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The rooms are clean and the breakfast is ok but the staff are not friendly at all and are not flexible. But everywhere in Turkey the staff are rude and taxi drivers are thieves . So we didn't like the trip at all except Princess...More
The worst hotel I have ever been. Extraordinary small room, the bathroom was a disaster, the staff doesn't speak english and it is not friendly. We booked with breakfast included and did not eat a single day in the hotel, because was just some stuffy...More
The staff at the Paradise Hotel are really helpful and the location off Istiklal Street is great with plenty going on and easy access to the Metro. Straight forward accommodation and comfortable rooms. Everything works and is well maintained, which is not always the case...More
The worst restaurant my friends and I have ever experienced..rude staff, missed dishes, manager absent and then not interested, misleading place with massive over-charging. Nothing about this place is good. It's awful. You have been warned!!
This hotel is better to be avoided.
It was not very clean, and the sheets were also dirty. The breakfast (despite being limited to one plate per person prefilled with a couple of slices of cheese) smelled like it was left there for days. It...More
US$27 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights, shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
nightlife in close proximity. In striking contrast, Beyoglu’s less trafficked areas – such as the affluent Cihangir and the antiques district of Cukurcuma – exude Old World charm and provide contemplative calm and splendid diversion via an assortment of cozy cafes, attractive boutiques, and quiet lanes.