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No matter how easygoing you are, this hotel and staff absolutely make you angry. Breakfast is terrible. Towels has been used since world war2 I guess. Experiancing in this hotel once for ever....
Reception was not much helpful for addresses....
I gave it "1" just because we dont have any"0"there. This hotel is so hateful. The staff are so awkward. One of the dirtiest hotels that I have ever been. The breakfast isn't good, is not forks and spoons there mostly often.we read that the...More
Hotel is very poor and rooms are also.Bad is uncofortable with old sheets and blankets and tolilet is bad,dirty broken.The only thing is good location close to Istiklal street.Hotel needs renovation.Stayed June 2010
I spent in this hotel with my friends when we came to watch football at Galatasaray stadium, average hotel but cleaned rooms, big lobby, need improvement in their English language to train their staff more.
It's location is very good near taksim area and all...More
I was here for a week with friends and we enjoyed our stay. The hotel is in a great location. The rooms and bathrooms are dated, but the staff is friendly and everything was in order. Breakfast offers the basics – cereal, bread, cheese, some sliced...More
$27 - $41 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights, shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
nightlife in close proximity. In striking contrast, Beyoglu’s less trafficked areas – such as the affluent Cihangir and the antiques district of Cukurcuma – exude Old World charm and provide contemplative calm and splendid diversion via an assortment of cozy cafes, attractive boutiques, and quiet lanes.