We really enjoyed our 2 nights here. The rooms are well-appointed, if basic, and most of the service is quite good.
The restaurant, while maybe a little expensive, offers an extensive menu of good food. We had both lamb skewers and sea bass, and they were nicely done.
Some staff members speak English, particularly some in the reception area. We relied on a particularly helpful bellboy who had spent time in the U.S.
It was really nice to have breakfast sitting outside in the garden. The Turkish buffet offered one of the better selections I've seen here. One problem, though, is that several of the waiters seem to "forget" to bring coffee, even after they're asked a couple of times.
Another problem was a door to our room that wouldn't shut unless you inserted the key -- not a big deal, but potentially inconvenient. And there was one occasion when someone rang our bell and then immediately started to enter the room to bring tea. It's a really good idea to ring and wait for a response.
But overall, the hotel is great. It's near shopping and museums, and not far from the railway station, although as another reviewer here suggests, you'll probably want to get a taxi, because it's too far to walk if you have much luggage.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking