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A wonderful lady with so much charm class and knowledge. So much pleasure to buy from her. A real treat. A must when you are in Istanbul for best carpets and rugs in a beautiful house with tea and great hospitality. Thank you Engin
Our friend from Istanbul took us to Engin's shop because we wanted to but a kilim rug, and it was the perfect shopping experience. Engin is an amazing consultant and really took the time to understand what we wanted and our price range, and then...More
A nice rug buying experience for those who are not used to haggling. In my goal to buy a rug in Istanbul I wanted choice and to be able to choose calmly. Not interested so much in getting the greatest bargain in the Grand Bazaar,...More
The owner is so very helpful and genuinely wants you to be pleased with your purchase. She is honest and knows a lot about her business. Did not pressure us at all to buy, but we of course did because her collection is so beautiful!!...More
We live in Istanbul and we recently bought two beautiful Kilims at Hazal in Ortaköy. Prior to visiting Engin and Ahmet’s place we had seen a couple other carpet stores in Istanbul which turned out to be unpleasant haggling experiences.
Our time at Hazal was...More
My husband and I were in Istanbul for only a few short days and I could not be more grateful that we found this incredible spot. This beautiful shop is a far cry from the overwhelming rug shopping of the Grand Bazar. We were lucky...More
Vi fandt denne Kilim tæppeforhandler gennem Tripadvisor, og den lever i den grad op til sin vurdering. Når man kommer ind bliver man mødt af personale som ikke har den "aggressive" tilgang som man typisk møder i Istanbul.
Her får man en service som er...More
If you are looking for a kilim and an education in Anatolian kilims, look no further than Hazal Hali. Engin, one of the owners, is a delight to chat with and she is incredibly patient while pulling out kilim after kilim and explaining the intricate...More
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