I stayed in The House Hotel, Nisantasi for 3 days.The hotel is located in a very upscale area full of international brands luxury boutiques, trendy fully booked restaurants, hip cafe-bars, many pedestrian-only streets and a big shopping mall named "city's". Stylish men and women of all ages, "in vogue" dressed come and go all the time in Nisantasi. The hotel itself is a modern property, with a remarkable minimal design and spacious rooms. I found it overpriced as I was paying more than 200 euro per night but this may be somewhat justified by the huge medical convention that was taking place in the city. All Istanbul hotels were expensive that week. In a normal period rate should not exceed 130-140 euro for a classic room. Staff is very helpful, smily and always with an "at your disposal" attitude. The Hotel Manager is everywhere, from the reception desk to the front door and from there to the lobby giving directions to a couple over an open map. He should be teaching Hotel Managers how to "manage by walking around" and not manage only by seating in an office looking at numbers and figures. There is a construction site exactly opposite to the hotel. Works take place all day and almost all night. I asked to be transfered in a back view room as it was impossible to sleep. The night receptionist took action immediately and was very helpful. The lobby area is also used as breakfast room. It's a bit strange to have your breakfast and at the same time to see people with their luggages passing through the tables in order to check out/in at the reception desk. The second morning there was no available table in the breakfast area and the staff politely took me to the meeting room where 3 people were also having their breakfast! It was fun but not every guest would have the same opinion. There is a free wi-fi all over the place which is a "must" for every hotel nowadays although some international branded hotels unreasonably insist in internet charges. Rooms are very bright, they provide a comfortable stay with quality matresses and bathrooms are spacious with expensive toiletries and rain showers. I would definitely become a "repeater".
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Design boutique hotel located in the city's most fashionable district, Nisantasi, home of the most famous internationally recognized couture brands and the preferred place for shopping, dining and clubbing. Also within walking distance to the Bosphorus and the Dolmabahce Palace and close to transportation to all famous landmarks like Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar. The Hotel features 44 rooms in 5 floors designed by Turkish designer Autoban, famous for using natural forms and creating modern classics. Distinguished by fabulous decor, excellent location and impeccable service The House Hotel Nisantasi is the ideal place for both business trips and holidays as it is exclusive and outgoing at the same time. ... more less
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