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This review is different in that we haven't been guests of this hotel. However, we stopped in to ask directions for the hostel we were staying at. The gentleman at the front desk walked us outside and around the corner to our hostel. The door...More
I was here 2013 summer they stole my jacket from my room wich i bought from shop and when i found out it was just before i left the hotel i let manager know but they didnt help me, go anywhere alse thn this untrustable...More
The hotel is old, elevator has some issues with the light which goes down and it's also creepy. The rooms are very dirty, dust everywhere and hair on the bathroom floor, also dirty sheet with snot on them. Clogging shower and all the water drains...More
Had to make to 2 booking in a different date for my friends for one week!
The hotel is dirty, some staff are unhappy. people smoking at the front door.
the elevator was sucks, you don't know how it works, but it works after pushing...More
Run down, noisy and hot water issues.
We stayed at this hotel as part of Samyeli's ANZAC tour of Gallipoli (for the record tour wasn't very good either) in April 2011. We stayed for two nights in total (at the start and then end of...More
$46 - $66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Smoking rooms available
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Fener & Balat
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Fener & Balat
This sleepy and rather socially conservative area of Istanbul hosts a small but thriving Jewish community, the patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and some of the most beautiful churches and Christian art in the world. Much of what’s most interesting to witness in Fener and Balat sits between the surviving ancient city walls of Constantinople and the serene shores of the Golden Horn. Despite the many splendid
sights, historic attractions, stunning vistas, and warm Turkish welcome, the area remains largely unperturbed by the tourist trade that characterizes the atmosphere in nearby Sultanahmet and around the Grand Bazaar. Travelers that like to explore off the beaten track will reap big rewards for making the effort to visit this low-key part of town.