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The hotel isn't perfect, but you get at least 100% of what you could expect for the price you pay.
Location: Excellent. Close to the tramway, railway station, ferries and boats. Walking distance or short tramway trip to all the main attractions.
Room: Small. Working...More
We booked via booking.com looking at the pictures which were good. When we got there we were given something very different.
The room was on the 4th floor with no lift. Walking up and down with luggage is no joke.
The room looked very old...More
Before i arrived to the hotel eith my family,we were thinking to change it,but we were lucky that we didnt find another one,because after our residence in hurriyet hotel,we could see how the location of it was excellent and the staff are very helpful and...More
really ok hotel, next to the ferry station and train station. the room was very clean and the staff was realy nice and helpfull
the only minus for those who have problems sleeping - noisy in the morning because of the train station
Hurriyet hotel is very close to all tourists attractions,close to sirkeci tram station....The staff was very friendly and the rooms very clean...the only disadvantage is that they dont have mini fridge to put something.for its price i think is the best choice...
US$25 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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