The place is functional and the rooms are clean and its central if your area of work is Sisli in Istanbul. Do not expect fancy luxury and most rooms face neighborhoods and not the main road. There is only one restaurant and the food is just above average. The one bad thing about the place is they charge everything in Euros - so a measly 1/3ltr bottle of water costs 3 Euros! A regular choc which costs 0.8 TLR on the street across costs Euro 5! That's a big turn off. The gym and spa is nice with specialists and professionals managing the place. Lastly, the breakfast does not change!! It will be same through the week - you ask for an omelette - that's on extra charge (though they have cooked eggs - scramble and boiled as part of the buffet). Not particularly the place I would like to stay next time in Istanbul
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Holiday Inn Sisli has a hammam and a spa which offers organic treatment, just a 5 minute walk from Osmanbey Metro Station. The hotel offers air conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.All rooms have an elegant décor which include furniture with dark finishes and hardwood floors. Each one has a plush armchair, flat-screen satellite TV and a well-stocked minibar in the sitting area.Deco Restaurant serves local and international delicacies in a chic atmosphere. Local spirits, wines and beers are available at the rooftop bar which boasts panoramic city views.Holiday Inn Sisli is one mile from Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Center. Mecidiyekoy Metrobus Station is less than half a mile away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Istanbul-Sisli Hotel Istanbul