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I've just come back from Istanbul. Stayed with my boyfriend for a few nights and the hotel room we were in was gorgeous. The décor was beautiful and the bed was so comfy!
Our room featured a lovely small bathroom which consisted of a toilet,...More
Spent 2 nights in the hotel which is very near to the main sights even on foot. Rooms are small but tidy, walls are thready. The view from the breakfast place on the top is amazing, worth the whole stay!
Very well located hotel. Walking distance to many places, including the small bazar, a mosque. The underground and the tram are just outside the hotel. It is quiet.
People extremely helpful and kind.
The breakfast is delicious, the rooms are not very big but good...More
Location is good, it is in the hart of Istanbul. Public transport (underground and tramvay) is in the front of the hotel. The view from the terrace is beautiful. The breakfast is also good. The crew was very friendly.
am very happy for booking in this hotel ,, is very good at everything such as (breakfast ,, service ,, location ,, staff ,, wi fi ) anytime if i decide to travel Istanbul i will book in this hotel is very very good at...More
US$32 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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