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The rooms are tiny but comfortable and beautiful. They have an adequate buffet breakfast. The hotel was comfortable but didn't make any impression on me in terms of service (efficient, adequate but all business. The warmth and friendly welcome that we experienced in other hotels...More
Hotel room given to me was small. Enough for me but small. I had a small window too. It was well-lit. Internet was sometime intemittent. I experienced one cut off of electricity. Good thing I had my torch light (always bring one). Breakfast was basic...More
I have been there on May for almost a week with my friend. It's a small hotel, quiet, very clean, with a simple but good breakfast, great location (next to the train station, and very closed to Agia Sofia and Blue Mosque), helpful staff but...More
Been there during hot days of last year's summer
Rooms are small, not equipped with AC units and look clean...ish
Breakfast was good, the turkish tea served with different sortiments of sweets had me enjoying it.
A short stay here is acceptable
Small hotel located on a quiet street, less than a 10 mns' walk from Hagia Sofia. Incredibly reasonable prices. Small room, but very clean. Good breakfast and helpful staff who speaks English and German.
$20 - $46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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