Earlier this month I visited Istanbul, especially to visit the historical places, and I lived for three days in this hotel. I confess that at first I was a little scared of the location and exterior appearance of the building, but ultimately, I wanted to be in contact with the atmosphere of the old Byzantine capital, and I could not have conditions like in a hotel in Belek. My initial impression was quickly changed by the fact that I met people smiling and very nice inside, clean and warm room and a healthy and substantial breakfast. Throughout my stay at Gedik Pasha Konagi Hotel, staff was very attentive and willing to give me any information about the activities that were going to undertake. So if you want to go visit the historical center of Istanbul and not have special demands for luxury, my advice is to choose unreservedly Konagi Gedik Pasa Hotel.
Florin T - Bucharest
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This hotel is located in Istanbul’s old town and features elegant guest units with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Each is decorated with details from the Ottoman culture.The historical architecture of Gedik Pasa Konagi’s chic restaurant is combined with modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs. Guests can enjoy rich, Turkish cuisine under the high, arched ceiling.Wooden floors, white linens and ornate furnishings are standard in all rooms at Gedik Pasa Konagi. Each is air-conditioned and has a private bathroom. ... more less
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