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location is fab, rooms are quite small and a little shabby but overall it was fine. the staff are fantastic, very friendly and professional. i would stay here again because of location, breakfast was fine too !
All round poor service. Rooms too small.. Location good. Reception staff not to be trusted. (JAN). Reception front desk staff member, tried to rip us off, by over charging at time of arrival me...Was rude & argumentative during our stay Not to be recommended
We visited in June 2016, for mine & my son's birthday. It was my second time in Istanbul. This hotel is situated next to the blue mosque so is ideal for sightseeing as most are on your doorstep, walking distance. Our airport transfers were booked...More
Very bad experience with staff and hotel condition, very dirty and filthy. please if you have children and looking for a good hotel stay away from this one they are very rude and not very help full at all. they made me and my family...More
Super friendly staff. Soo helping and polite. They suggested us different cheap places for shopping... different tour packages and yummmy yet reasonable resturants near sulamaniye mosque with beautiful terrace view.
Breakfast buffet was awesome. We had a great time here
US$14 - US$189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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