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my sister and I stayed 3 night(20th July to 23th July) in this hotel.staff are not bad,location not bad .rooms are very small and decorations are old and boring. furniture are very old and need changing.
breakfast was good.check in was very long and slowly...More
Staffs are rude, unfriendly and unhelpful. Very small rooms, was too warm and The air-condition was very week. Totally it shouldn't be a 4 star hotel, I would say three star is more than enough for this Hotel.
We stayed in this hotel on 13th to 16th July 2014. we were given a tiny dark smelly room. Staff are bordering on rude, unprofessional. The list price at reception was 200 Euro for a double - which no one would ever pay!!. If this...More
Response from Eguluk, Manager at Grand Hotel HalicResponded 24 July 2014
First of all thanks for taking your time and leaving review on Tripadvisor.
We are deeply sorry that hotel did not meet your expectations.
As a Grand Hotel Halic we are working with many agencies worldwide and also we take many individuals booking from online...More
Clean and quite small (which is actually tipical for Istanbul hotels) standard rooms with needful toiletry. No view from the most windows (usually to the dark backyard or dark corners). Good turkish breakfast in the hotel restaurant (at least, olives, tomatos, different sorts of cheese,...More
We stayed here as part of a Fez Tour. We were given twin beds, when asked for a double - we were shown to a tiny dark smelly room so opted for the twin room. Staff are bordering on rude.
The list price at reception...More
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Response from Ezgi R, Halkla İlişkiler Müdürü at Grand Hotel HalicResponded 10 July 2014
Dear Valued Guest,
Thank you for taking the time to review your recent stay at our hotel. We are really sorry to hear that you did not have a pleasant stay. Your comments have been noted. We use guest feedback, like yours, to ensure we...More
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