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We were a family of 4 who stayed for one night. The hotel is very centrally located and very close to the key sights in Sanliurfa. The decor and interiors appear to be themed as a cross between 1001 nights and old Ottoman style with...More
Perfect location in the city center, close to many sites to visit, very nice rooms, and above all, very friendly personel willing to help you with whatever: finding a transport to Göbeklitepe, to the airport, a nice restaurant with live music,... and this for a...More
Both myself & my husband stayed here for one night back in June 2014, whilst taking a 12 hour bus trip from Nevsehir to Sanliurfa to visit the Gobekli Tepe site.
We found the hotel staff to be accommodating although we were the only western...More
There was no tea/coffee making facilities in our room. It was quite dark and dated. The lighting was also insufficient. We had four beds in our room! However, the staff were very polite, the location was wonderful, and the little patio were we had breakfast...More
Just like Urfa, the Hotel is also very lovely. It is located so close by the pool of abraham! Thanks to hotel location of the hotel we could explore the city by walk. Not only the hotel staff but the people in the street and...More
Unfortunately we did not have dinner at Manici hotel, the breakfast is excellent. When we travel in Turkey, we always go to simple local cafe, outside of the hotel, inexpensive, not much difference as similar traditional... More
Unfortunately we did not have dinner at Manici hotel, the breakfast is excellent. When we travel in Turkey, we always go to simple local cafe, outside of the hotel, inexpensive, not much difference as similar traditional Turkish food serve in the hotel, just no fancy furnishing!!!
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"Ask for a room with a view of the castle and Balıklıgöl, wonderful"