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We had a lovely stay, staff was very polite and helpfull .
The location of the hotel is excelent in the center of the historical part of Istambul.
We recoment it for people who would like to explore the town and spend a lot of...More
We booked this hotel for 2 nights. Rooms are almost tiny - but very cosy and clean. Breakfast in neighbor hotel was included. Enjoyed everything. It was great experience) Would recommend. Btw - very nice stuff as well: friendly and helpful
We stayed at the Hotel Meria while we were in town visiting colleges. From the time we pulled up to the hotel, to the moment we checked out, everything was flawless. At the front desk, Kiraz took great care and a lot of time in...More
Good hotel with comparaison to its location " perfect" all araction with walk distance but its tidy for couple with children .
Wonderfull view from terrace when taking breakfast from sister hotel Adamar facing Merial included into the reservation fees.
i very recommand it to...More
I found this little hotel to be centrally located and within walking distance from ALL tourist attractions. The rooms are clean and fully air-conditioned. The staff in the hotel are always available to assist with queries and have a cheerful attitude.
US$30 - US$1,209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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