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I had great stay for one night at kolin hotel.
The design of this hotel was elegant.
Because of winter the sun was goes down early,I have little time to see a beautiful sunset.Also the weather was so wind and cold,you can't swim at the...More
We stayed at this hotel for 1 night Whilst traveling from Uk by car to our new home in Turkey.
We were very impressed with the hotel overall. It has a great bar/restaurant. It also has an awesome Turkish bath.
Modern rooms make it a...More
You can guess from topic the number one problem we had . The dining experience here is painful. To sag the least their buffet is overwhelmed with bus loads of people shoving their way through and overloaded facility.
There really should be something they could...More
Average hotel that is starting to show its age, wallpaper in room under window starting to peel, shower floor flexing when walking on it, couldn't work out bed reading lights, tried all combinations of switches, nothing worked to get them on.
Staff in restaurant looked...More
US$78 - US$107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#1 Luxury Hotel in Canakkale
#5 Business Hotel in Canakkale
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Response from RodBiasca | Reviewed this property |
The best thing you can do when you go to Turkey and European countries is to carry a power socket (to covert the flat legs used in 110 v countries to round legs needed in 220 v countries). They cost less than $10 in the US... More
The best thing you can do when you go to Turkey and European countries is to carry a power socket (to covert the flat legs used in 110 v countries to round legs needed in 220 v countries). They cost less than $10 in the US and more at the airports.
Please, check if your laptop, razor or other appliances tolerate 220 volts.
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"7th floor has lovely rooms - I was in 1709 and it had great views as it is a corner suite."