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Stayed here on a brief layover in Istanbul. Take the train in from the airport, easy walk to the hotel. Perfect location for walking around the Golden Horn, with plenty of restaurant/eatery options for meals at any time of day or night. Get woken up...More
Stayed for 3 nights. The hotel has a very good location, with a tram station right outside, and street food eateries all around the building.
The rooms and beds are clean.
WiFi is available only in the common areas though...and the breakfast isn't that great....More
unlike other hostels in old part of Istanbul this hostel is really clean and quite. I stayed there twice and both stay was smooth. Breakfast place in basement but decorated as modern style and very close to the historical monuments and it is worth to...More
Have been there several times and honestly it was the best place for me , price is good but wifi doesn't connect except at the lobby , nice breakfast choices with good price , shower is clean and reception staff are so friendly , would...More
Location is good.nearest station is cemberlitas,streetroad peykane,you will spot this signboard.go down the road,it's at your left. I booked 1 double bed room,however it was not reserved actually. They replace with a one 3 single beds room,all for me,fair enough. Bfast not free,around 4 euro....More
US$19 - US$21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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