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We've been there for 4 nights , we enjoyed. Friendly staff, very well situated at centre of Ankara, and very good breakfast, and clean room.Will be back there. The only matter is,, you have to try to speak Turkish because not many people can
Hotel is at least 10 years old and was heavily used.
Room was small, minibar empty, side bed lamps were missing.
Bathroom was in a disastrous state, almost a public bathroom state.
Restaurant area has no windows which, along with an average breakfast, doesn't really...More
Just pick up your camera then start shoot everything that you see.Breakfast is just fine.Very close to the subway station.Ask the front office employee to see the all empty rooms' wall be sure you'll find the legendary movie stars' pictures.Good fir staying very well designed...More
The hotel is located near a metro station and that is good. However, there are a number of clubs around and there is a lot of unwanted activity around the hotel particularly on Saturday. We liked the smiles at the reception and the fact that...More
The rooms and beds are comfortable, and the hotel is located next to a tube station. It is also a walkable distance away from the main railway station and the Ataturk Memorial. The staff are helpful and friendly, and I found the place to be...More
$38 - $63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 Best Value Hotel in Ankara
#17 Business Hotel in Ankara
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There is a pedestrian tunnel that leads from the station to the main road beside the hotel. You then cross the road, go to the left and the hotel is opposite a square up a side street on the right (quite easy to spot). It is... More
There is a pedestrian tunnel that leads from the station to the main road beside the hotel. You then cross the road, go to the left and the hotel is opposite a square up a side street on the right (quite easy to spot). It is about a ten minute walk from the station. The only thing I can't remember is how you identify the pedestrian tunnel at the station - I believe it might be signposted for the Metro.
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