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This hotel was an absolute nightmare. The worst hotel I have ever been to. I would give them zero stars. The most shambolic customer service. Disrespectful staff. Dirty rooms. Terrible smells. nasty food.
Apart from the excellent location this was a terrible hotel.
The rooms are way smaller than you would expect, the water was freezing cold, the wifi worked only in the lobby, the rooms were not clean at all.
We were so excited initially thinking that...More
Booked this hotel through booking.com but was a total different story when we arrived.
On arrival we were shocked at the dated and low standard of the hotel compared to the amazing, outstanding pictures on booking.com.
The owner was very unpleasant and not concerned that...More
So beautiful hotel !!! Situated in a really centre of great historical place. It takes two minutes to the Blue Mosque from the hotel. Rooms are clean. Persons are responsible. I suggest you to go there !!!
This hotel is easy accessible as it lies right in the centre of Istanbul! We hired a twin room – I was there with my friend for shopping.Most of all by selection of hotel we were interested in a comfortable location for leisure after lasting...More
US$28 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#267 Spa Hotel in Istanbul
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