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Very bad service, WiFi not working, staff very rude, no control over cooling/heating system,noisy location .
Staff not friendly & unhelpful.
Asked to order taxi and the receptionist with a very rude way told me to go out of the hotel and Call one.
Where do I start?
Staff are extremly rude and unfriendly.
Rooms are dirty, walls havent been painted for decades, refriegerators are disgusting, LCD TV are from the 2000s.
The only reason this hotel is functioning is because of its location. Walking distance from Ortakoy area.
we spent here one night. 9 years ago were rooms in much better shape or hotel offers different standards of rooms. Anyway - we were satisfied - rooms and bathrooms were cleaned. It took quite long time on reception. Parking is in the area next....More
Priceline sold this property as a 5 star hotel. I think is not even 1 star. The place is dirt, only one elevator worked. The rooms a disaster, bathroom dirt no closet. Area not that noce. People unfriendly. No restaurants.
How this can be a...More
$56 - $96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#516 Luxury Hotel in Istanbul
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