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We stayed at the Hotel Yunus Emre for three nights.
Positive...the staff is very friendly and helpful....the location is great as previously report...the breakfast was basic, but good and prepared by a nice lady...the small rooms were clean but tired...the bed was comfortable and had...More
Excellent hotel and great location.
Located right behind the Blue Mosque and views of the Marmara sea.
Bulent and Maria were very helpful and nice.
A very good stay for cheap price with a great breakfast.
Good value and great location near all the main...More
There was 4 of us caming from Zagreb-Croatia. Hotel is clean, nice breakfast, pleasent staf and location is perfect. Rooms are small, but all you need is clean bed and hot water.All of main historycal monuments are close to hotel. Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia, Roman...More
I found this hotel and they only had two days to offer us, but it was ok because we found the rest of the days in a nearby hotel. we were sorry because we felt really nice there and did not want to go, the...More
I've stayed here three times now in the last three years in both the hostel-style rooms and the hotel rooms. The hostel rooms are about what you'd expect: average, but they're also very cheap. They don't have AC, the bunk beds are short, and the...More
US$28 - US$43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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