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It's a small hotel and good for 1or 2days staying.
So close to nişantaşi district and about 1-2minutes to osmanbey metro station.
Breakfast is poor. But friendly stuff.
Merve is great girl in reception.
Very lovely and friendly.
I prefer to stay again in this...More
1- Super Friendly Staff, they treat you like a friend of them, and will try to help you in anything they can do.
2- Very good location, quite area, same time access to all important things, 2 Min walking from metro station, same thing...More
they have friendly behavior.their english talking is very bad but they try to help.rooms are clean.not any special breakfast but it's ok. restaurant does not have any special ambiance but it's clean. hotel area is quiet and suitable for sleeping
I booked 2 separate nights (Friday night & Sunday night) to stay in this hotel on my way to Cappadocia. I booked this hotel through booking.com, and have paid for both nights when I booked it.
When I checked in on Friday night, I arrived...More
We were there for a conference and stayed four nights. It was very close to our conference venue and walking distance from convenient public transport systems. The rooms were comfortable and cosy. No noise pollution. Rooms were clean and staff was prompt and helpful. They...More
US$33 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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