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The location is brilliant––Blue Mosque, Ayasofya, Topkapi Palace, Chemberlitas, Grand Bazar, Sultanahmet tram station are walking distance. Receptionists are helpful. The breakfast spread is good. Rooms and bathroom are very small. The mattress was uncomfortable. At night the street outside was very noisy until 1-2am. No lifts to the floors. Avoid the taxi ride they offer for the Ataturk Airport. It's a complete rip off for 25 Euros. I found airport shuttles for 15 Turkish Lira (about 8 USD).
The bilingual staff was nice and very helpful. The hotel is located just 5 minutes walk from the Blue Mosque, the Aya Sophia and the Azara Bazar, and only 7-10 minutes walk from the nearest tramway station. There are also a bunch of restaurants and stores on the way to the Blue Mosque from the Hotel. The breakfast buffet was huge and it is included in the price of the room. The views from the terrace on the Blue Mosque and the Bosphorus are quite amazing. Very clean, A.C. in the rooms .
The location is good, right near the old and most touristy part of Istanbul, and is really only a couple of minutes walk to Hagia Sophia. The breakfast is generous, with good variety. The staff are mostly good, though we did have a staff member try and push tours onto us, even though we told him politely and firmly we weren't interested. Otherwise good, and I'd stay again.
The hotel is located in the old town just 5 - 10 min by foot to the Blue Mosque etc, which was good. The hotel staff served us excellent and were very welcoming and polite. The breakfast area had a nice balcony with a fantastic view towards the sea. A must see. However, next time we will stay in the new part of town as the old town is quite touristy. The new part has more urban restaurants, bars, shops etc. The rooms were quite small but cosy. The mattresses a bit too hard in our view.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
A cute place, but the economy room is tiny and isn't worth the money. Food is good and fresh, staff is helpful. But again: it isn't worth the money!
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
Good location, lots of restaurants, shops and cafés nearby and less than 5 minutes walk from the blue mosque. Having a buffet breakfast every morning on the balcony overlooking the Bosphorus was definitely the highlight of our stay. We stayed in the economy room which turned out to be very small. Overall a nice quiet hotel with friendly staff and a beautiful sea view.