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It is one of my best trips to istanbul.all thing in surmeli hotel are excellent.breakfast,,,,,,
Staffs is good have a acceptabel hospitality,rooms are clean,, neareast to big malls same as akmarkez, javahir, taksim sqr, accsess to metro stations is speacially easy,
No body come for us for welcome, breakfast is normal and have just simple things,
Rooms are normal and toilets smells bad, service and housekeeping in not good, reception is impolite and also a tall man in breakfast servicing is also so impolite but you...More
Very old very old
It’s not 5* hotel it’s like bad HOSTEL
the man was reception very bad behavior with guests
Beds were dirty you can see yellow smear on bedsheets
Toilets also very bad and toooooo old
Switches and sockets was tooo old also...More
This hotel should have maximum 2 stars
The rooms are extremely old and nasty
You can hear the street noise so loud and clear
The bath is surprisingly old
The curtains and the carpets are nasty
Wi-Fi is terrible too
See the pictures
We stayedfor5 night at surmeli we crecieved in hotel at 9 receptiontold us wait til 2 but at 2 they told us your reservation has problem after one hour finally we went to room building of hotel is old wi fi isn t work well...More
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Response from bijanmarefat | Reviewed this property |
Hi dear Arezoo,
The hotel itself does not have any shuttle. The agents supply shuttles to transfer you to diff places. But for your information it takes about 20 min on foot from the hotel to get to Taksim Sq.