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Hotel Dersaadet vs Hotel Seven Hills

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Hotel Dersaadet vs Hotel Seven Hills

Thanks for the helpful responses about staying in Istanbul vs. traveling to other sites.

My husband's sister stayed in Seven Hills and loved it. I only know Dersaadet based on reviews on trip advisor and other info gleaned from the internet. I don't know whether to stick with the reservation at Dersaadet or switch to Seven Hills. If my family doesn't enjoy Dersaadet it will be my fault for ignoring my sister in law's advice. In a way, Seven Hills offers less risk, but, for some reason, I lean towards Dersaadet. Can anyone help me compare the two?

A million thanks.

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1. Re: Hotel Dersaadet vs Hotel Seven Hills

Dear Papel,This is Gokay ALTUNBAS from Istanbul Sultanahmet. I m old Manager Dersaadet hotel istanbul. I was work right now Erguvan Hotel Istanbul. If you want to know my thought.You realy enjoy to Dersaadet hotel. Better then Seven hills.the hotel ottman desing and good owner for help your traveling. I m very sure you enjoy this hotel Erguvan. I m not work anymore Dersaadet.Normally I must reccomend our hotel Erguvan But I can to advice Dersaadet. Have nice trip to istanbul. ��f you wanna know somethnig else please contac to me for get more informations.

2. Re: Hotel Dersaadet vs Hotel Seven Hills

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