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It is a terrible hotel, there are no services, breakfast is very small, the room is very small, not clean, and the bathroom has only one door. It is good but not habitable and I would never recommend it
seriously it's too bad hotel,small,old ,no services and poor breakfast,the price is good and the location to,but it's not suitable for human,the bathroom has no doors!!! only a glass door without a lock or anything,no one can enter it,the room is too small and too...More
Good location in the middle of old town is the best thing about this hotel. Hotel isn't new. Room and bathroom is separated with poor glass so-called door. Sheets and towels was not changed for 4 days. In general they have problem with cleaning -...More
Good location. The hotel is a 5-minute walk to the tram station. It is also near the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. They serve free breakfast. Local shops and restaurants are on the same street as well. The staff were helpful and friendly.
I've stayed at this hotel with my friends. We were there in the middle of March. We booked three triple rooms. Two of them were small but the beds were comfortable and the blanks were clean, which is very important after exploring the city all...More
$27 - $50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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