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Hi everybody ** It's me again **The Ipek Palas Hotel is located in Istanbul (sirkeci) nice with nice hall, I had a room on the Fifth floor No:508 for a night from 01 to 02-11-2017 , the room were nice & clean, The bathroom was...More
I stayed here for the third time recently, the last time being 7 years ago. We arrived at dawn in Istanbul and used the Hotel arranged taxi to get into the City. On arrival we were clearly too early for our room reservation (1400) but...More
We arrived in Istanbul (family of 5) early morning. Pre booked Transport was waiting for us. It took 1hr from Sabiha Gokcen airport to arrive at the hotel in Sirkeci.
Nice facade of the hotel. Very narrow streets all around with plenty of restaurants.
1- staff behavior was BAD.
2- room lighting was very dark.
3- breakfast was cheap and tableware was very dirty.
4- internet was very low speed.
5- room wasn't sound proof.
6- restauran for breakfast wasn't in top floor.
*I cant sleep one night and...More
hotel is falsely advertised, nothing they advertised was there no terrace restaurant rooms are tiny no water dusty and broken beds and furniture the mini fridge was empty and broken and the showers have no curtain or door so water spills everwhere and then they...More
US$29 - US$75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#210 Family Hotel in Istanbul
#366 Luxury Hotel in Istanbul
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