Price and convenience are the two main reasons to pick this hotel. We arrived late in Istanbul with an early morning flight to Kayseri the next morning, so we spent one night here. It's not the closest hotel to the airport, but it's in an interesting little neighborhood with some interesting restaurants around.
The room we stayed in was pretty basic. The bed (two doubles pushed together) were squeaky and uncomfortable. The bathroom was small and utilitarian. The biggest problem was the lack of any noise insulation. We were there about three days into the Taksim/Gezi protests, and were kept up all night by the honking and hollering of activists who were driving around the Yesilkoy neighborhood. We could also easily hear the snoring of someone next door, and every time a door opened or closed in the hallway it was pretty loud.
Be aware that the man at the front desk doesn't speak much English; we were lucky to have a frequent guest give us thoughts on where to eat dinner. Getting a taxi to the airport was no problem the next day. Make sure your driver runs his meter on the appropriate tariff, and pay the meter!
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