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The room is quite dirty and the air conditioner runs very loud. Hotel location is next to train station and next to a lot of street food, and it takes 20' walking from the hotel to some tourists spots of istanbul.
It was very nice place which situated near the famous historical places. Very friendly staff, very helpful. Mr. Merwan is very polite, kind and professional person. Wanna back in next time! Thx a lot for this great turkish moments!
Pro: breathtaking view of bosphorus strait and brigde, eminonu pier, roof of sirkeci train station, galata bridge and tower. close to sirkeci tram stop, eminonu pier and marmaray sirkeci metro stop. lot of restaurants serve mainly turkish cuisine and fast food. I love the location...More
The hotel is quite small and on a quiet corner. However there are street food everywhere around and a train station nearby. You can go to all required places by a 5-10 mins walk - even the grand bazaar. I stayed in this hotel twice....More
Amazingly close to everywhere, the Bazaars, two Mosques, we took from the Airport the train that leaves us in Sirkeci, a station in front of the hotel, shopping places everywhere, Restaurants, the services of the hotel are A plus the breakfast buffet delicious, booking a...More
US$25 - US$268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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