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Me and my family booked to stay at this hotel when we went to Istanbul. We booked it as the hotel looks like a decent four star hotel online . Only to turn up on the day after travelling many hours to find out the...More
This hotel was appalling, I can't even begin to explain what a disaster and disappointment this place was including staff hygiene and building I wouldn't even give it 1*, I booked this hotel just to turn up on the night with 2 kids and my...More
This place is not even a hotel.
disgusting, no staff on reception, they take your luggage off you without even asking for your permission.
It is NOT a 4* property it is barely even a 1* they have no proper staff and it is not...More
Very dirty,they dont clean the rooms,dont change towels,for everything u must asking,no hiting very cold in rooms,noisy a lot,beds are very god but another everything is horor,building is old,need restauration.DONT GO PEOPLE PLS because that hotel will make ur holiday bad.i have pic for everything
Villa Pasha was a great hotel to be in, the atmosphere was calm and peaceful away from the city centre and it had good local shops nearby, I strongly recommend people to go to this hotel. The staff were nice and pleasant too. They gave...More
$25 - $60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#457 Luxury Hotel in Istanbul
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