My wife and i stayed one night. It felt like a standard business style hotel, slightly boring with nothing to particularly dislike but nothing to rave over either. Room was a good size, about tthat of an American mid-range business hotel. Storage space was adequate with a usable work desk. A strong WiFi signal provided free (it appears to be the norm in Turkey to provide free broadband access). However, there was a total lack of accessible power outlets; why do hotels expect guests to crawl around under desks on their hands and knees for an outlet for one's laptop and mobile phone. The bathroom was on the small size but adequate; the area around the tub was showing distinct signs of wear. The breakfast buffet was relatively meager and uninteresting. The biggest disadvantage is its location, particularly for a tourist. Check out the cost through the hotel of an airport pickup, a taxi cost $65. It is in an area reputed to be interesting, it looks populated with hotels, apartments and restaurants although we didn't find a decent one the night we were there. The problem is that its quite far away from any of the locations a tourist is likely to visit (with the exception of the Kocatepe Mosque) and the Metro system. It is approximately a 40 minute walk to the Ataturk Mausoleum for example. The hotel does apparently have a Bistro and roof top bar but both were closed during our visit.
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