Berr Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Istanbul, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a seating area, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Berr Hotel. In addition, Berr Hotel offers a fitness center and free breakfast, which will help make your Istanbul trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Galata Tower (1.6 mi) and Sultanahmet District (1.9 mi), guests of Berr Hotel can easily experience some of Istanbul's most well known attractions.
Istanbul has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Hafiz Mustafa 1864, Sirkeci, Sirvan Sofrasi, and Velvet Cafe, Galata, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, Suleymaniye Mosque (1.0 mi), Balat (0.9 mi), and Kariye Museum (The Chora Church) (1.0 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Berr Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Istanbul!
The staff here discriminates you if you are anything but Turkish. You’re treated with immense disrespectf and rudeness. The treatment was shameful to the point where my family and I felt unwelcome and decided to leave the hotel before we even got the settle in. Management needs to fix their policies through and through
Yesterday i faced discrimination from BeRR Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. While i was there to provide training for Syrian Journalists. The organisation that invited me شبكة الصحفيات السوريات Syrian Female Journalists Network booked my stay at this hotel. Because of some payment complications he started shouting at me asking me what was my gender!! He said; "are you a man or a woman?!!" I told him "its none of your business" and he took a ruler from his desk and left his reception desk to beat me up. I stood tall telling him if he touches me he will regret it. He asked for the fight to be taken to the streets. I refused to move. Then he kept yelling and swearing that i need to get the F***ck out of his hotel. I asked for his manager and he said he is the front desk and i need to get the hell out now. I took my luggage and while i was heading down, he held the ruler again wanting to beat me up. I walked outside the hotel and he chased me out to continue the fight but he was stopped by his colleague eventually.…
First night when me and my friend arrived with a booking for double bed, we weren't allowed to the room with the receptionist claiming it's a queen size bed for just one person, which is totally not true. We eventually entered the room after a terrible argument. Second day, I invited my friend to my room in the day time. A different receptionist wouldn't even allow my guest into my room. The attitude was even worse with him yelling "who do you think you are?" Very unacceptable!
We have visited sultan ahmet before and this was just a short visit in istanbul so was ideal. The local area had the feel we wanted - local people, local food/shopping and close to masjids we wanted to revisit. The breakfast was decent and rooms clean but old. One Bathroom had blocked tub. Lucky as we had a family room, we had access to another tub. For a short stop off , away from the Old City with local cheap eating places close by WITHOUT alcohol... that was a big plus.
The photos weren't true and reflecting how bad was this hotel. The hotel was very old and the lighting as well. But in the same time the room was clean!! The front-desk staff were only helpful and nice upon our checkout. The wifi coverage was awful and not accessible in all rooms. Breakfast was not good at all, a bit poor and not so delicious. And the coffee was so dark and bitter! The hotel has easy access to Fatih area, and surrounded by a mini market a pharmacy and several shops, but it's not that good if you want to take tours in the old city, as it is far from metro services. I've checked out and stayed in a better hotel with the same price.