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When we booked this hotel for a stay in August 2014, our expectations were high because it had a 5-start rating and a 98% rating on TripAdvisor. When we arrived, we were definitely disappointed.
Here's my list of the negatives and positives of this hotel:...More
We loved our stay here - we can endorse all the previous positive comments and loved that Ahmed and Ilharmi looked after us so beautifully. The roof terrace has fantastic views and is a fantastic spot to admire them with a glass of wine (or...More
When we booked the hotel through Booking.com, Dilhayat Kalfa sent an email asking if we required airport-hotel transfer. We declined thinking that it would be easy getting a cab. Big mistake! First, plane arrival was late and by the time we came out of airport...More
This boutique hotel is the place to stay when visiting Istanbul for any reason. The decor has a real ottoman feel throughout. The staff are warm and very professional.The hotel manager Ilhami is extremely helpful has vast knowledge of the city and his recommendations are...More
I stayed in the largest suite (room #18) which occupied nearly the entire top floor! The suite is very large and the bed and furnishings were extremely comfortable. It had a spacious bathroom and the hotel is located in a quite area. The rate included...More
$42 - $105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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