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Reviewed November 6, 2012

At first when i arrived to the hotel i was worried about how the street looked like, it looked a bit out of busy area, its a very local looking, residential street. I thought it was far from Taksim Square, but its only 5 mins walk there so that was no problem.
I was greeted at the door by a young man who i've only seen this one time. My husband and i booked 2 nights at this hotel and i requested an early check in (at 7 am) which they gladly provided for me so i was very grateful as i wanted to sleep so badly.
The young man showed us to the room, it was room number 202 and was located in the basement floor. i didn't like the idea of basement but i was just way too tired to complain and just needed a clean bed to sleep on for the moment.

the room was nice and clean, not at all sound proof like they state in their description, i could clearly hear everyone at the reception and the narrowness of the hall/ stairway made the whole building echo, so can clearly hear anyone at any floor moving in and out of the room and calling for one another and such.
the street where the hotel is located is quiet so didn't hear much noise from outside, however my room had a very bad view and was very close to the building next door so i could sometimes hear the ppl next door watching tv and such. I could say the room was not at all soundproof. not sure about the other rooms.

also the view was so bad, but my husband and i didn't care much as we only needed a place to sleep and didn't care much for a view. but from what i can tell is that the whole street is not a nice view at all and all the buildings close by the hotel are run down and the hotel is 4 or 5 floors, with only 10 rooms. so i cannot imagine what kind of view the rooms with the terrace could possibly have.

The breakfast was simple and good enough for a start, they don't serve you fresh coffee or tea, they just give u packs of tea or nescafe and u can make it yourself. they bring you the breakfast plates to your room as the hotel is too small and does not have a dinning area.

The kitchen in the room was not at all useable, there was no cutlery and no pots or pans or cooking utensils at all. they just provided us with 2 of the following (plate, spoon, tea cup, knife, fork) there is a kettle, one champagne glass and no drinking cups, and nothing else really.

the bathroom has liquid soap bottle by the sink, the soap smelled like rust so that was no good, the shower area had a liquid soap dispenser which had what i think was shampoo that had no smell at all.

The tv had all Turkish channels.

right next to the hotel was a small grocery shop that had fresh fruit and it closes at 8. or maybe they close at different times on regular days, we went there during a public holiday so cant tell if that's their set time.

all in all it was not a bad location and the room was fine for the price we got it for. I wouldn't really go back there as i might wanna try a different hotel next time.

Room Tip: Bring your own toiletries as they don't have any good soap/ shampoo. also kitchen not well equipped so you wont be able to cook there.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 13, 2012

Hotel is very nice and very close to Taksim square. Very clean and comfortable rooms. There's kitchen in the room, its excellent! Staff is very friendly, they make reservation for us in good restaurants with nice view. We had our breakfasts in the room without paying extra! At first appearance we didn't like the street but then we like it, it looks very turkish, traditional and there's a 24/7 supermarket beside the hotel.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 4, 2015
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  • Stayed: May 2015, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 15, 2015 via mobile
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Stayed: May 2015, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 9, 2015 via mobile
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Stayed: September 2014, traveled with friends
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