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Nidya Hotel Galataport

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#415 of 1,493 hotels in Istanbul
Nidya Hotel Galataport, is an excellently located 4 star Hotel in the golden horn part of Istanbul , with 120 rooms, suited for nearly all purposes. The hotel has a strong commitment to providing the best service possible, and ensuring the satisfaction of their guests.Whether you travel for business or leisure, Nidya Hotel Galataport offers a level of service and recognition that will help you make the most of every moment, ensuring a stay that is nothing short of unforgettable. After you immerse yourself in the Nidya Hotel Galataport experience once, you’ll never want to stay anywhere else.Nidya Hotel Galataport is as ideal for the leisure visitor seeking to enjoy the delights of Istanbul as it is for the business executive. Situated in the old city , this hotel offers guests very unique accommodation, the perfect balance between traditional comfort and the latest facilities.The management and staff of Nidya Hotel Galataport resolutely strive to make all guests feel at home. Upon entering this magnificent hotel, you will see that hospitality is top of the list, with true commitment to service being a priority.Nidya Hotel Galataport is a 120 rooms situated in the Tophane district, in the center of old Istanbul. The hotel is astonishing in its simple elegance, uncluttered, functional and comfortable spaces which are distributed over six floors.Various services are available to ease your stay in Istanbul, whether you travel alone or as a family, occasionally or regularly, for leisure or business purposes.But this service is not limited to hotel amenities alone.Our entire team is able to provide you with information about the museums and monuments in the vicinity of the hotel. We will also advise you on the best places to dine, go out or shop.Simply let the hotel staff know and they would be happy to arrange everything for you!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Free internet
Breakfast buffet
Meeting rooms
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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Full view
100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
128Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
27Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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.
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We enjoyed our stay at Nidya. The location is convenient (not far from Taksim, and next to transport), and has a great view from the terrace. Also, the spa is great (I really recommend a Bali massage). On the other side, our rooms were worn out (stained carpeting and furniture), there were no amenities in the bathroom (no shampoo or soap), and the breakfast was average. It was very affordable, it's a very good deal for the price.
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We had opted for the Turkish Airlines’ one-night free stay at Nidya. The location though central turned out to be far from ideal. There was construction going on across the road rendering the environment dusty. While Taksim square is about one km away, the access is far too steep for children and senior citizens. The only solace was that a couple of good coffee shops are quite nearby. In any case, being “free riders” we got a room, which though spacious, had a rear street view, if you like. The overall look of the hotel – restaurant, lobby, corridors – is rather shabby and claustrophobic. The staff at the front desk was of mixed nature – sometimes helpful. We slept well but the worst part of our stay was related to our Wi-Fi and electronic gadgets’ needs. I was regularly asked to go down to the reception to ascertain why my Wi-Fi was not working with a success ratio of 50%. Unbelievably, we were unable to charge our cellphones and notebooks when we learnt from the front desk (in quite economical English) that they had adapters but they did not work because the government had changed the switch systems… whatever that meant. We were happy to leave and spend the next two nights elsewhere.
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Staff are friendly and helpful to our needs specially to first time visitors of Turkey like us. The hotel is about 5 minutes to the commercial area by taxi. Transport from the hotel is accessible. The hotel is clean and our room was always kept complete with supplies.
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We stayed in this hotel from 22 to 25 March 2019 with members of the family. Booked two room for four persons. Airport pick-up was booked and provided us with a Mercedez Benz viano to the hotel. Arrived at the hotel at 9:00am but couldnt check-in to the rooms as the hotel is fully booked hence, the rooms were given only at 2pm. We were all tired as we had an overnight flight from Dubai and Manila. Rooms are clean, large enough but lacks bathroom amenities. Breakfast has very limited variety of food however, we are fascinated with the level of service we received from Hilal from the restaurant, Rahimi from the reception and chauffeur Ahmet.
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Having travelled many cities and coming from Pakistan where you get premier service at 4 star hotels like Pearl Continental etc., I was surprised at the quality of the hotel. The reception staff was somewhat helpful but they do have an issue with communication and with a 4 star you would expect them to know enough English atleast since not everyone visiting Turkey knows Turkish. We travelled with a baby as well as a senior citizen. The first stay for our night was complementary because of Turkish Airlines so we decided to book for the rest of the days too. However, upon arrival, although our complimentary stay was confirmed, the hotel made an issue out of the last name’s spelling being different from that on one of the passports and cancelled our booking. We then had to make a new one which caused a bit of inconvenience considering you are with an infant. The complimentary room had been designed to be complimentary, that’s as much as I can say about it. The hotel did give us a room with two beds (disabled room) which served the purpose but could have been averted had they had better checks at the time of taking the booking online that caused lack of room availability. I have stayed at the Opera Hotel in Beyoğlu on my previous trip to Istanbul and that was 4 star too. That was much better in terms of services and considering the location, the nearest station (tram) from this hotel is a 10 minute walk. They also do not have soap bars, shampoo bottles as other hotels do and let’s not forget that when we asked for soap, they gave it to us in a water bottle. That is by far the worst quality for a “4-Star” hotel I have experienced.
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