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Bad, bad, bad...
We came to Istanbul with an agency and had no option to replace the hotel, unfortunately. The rooms are too small. The double bed, which is very small, closet and our two suitcases fit it into the room. The bathroom has neither a bathtub nor a shower. The entire bathroom is wetted during the shower. The cleanliness is really bad but we expected it, all the hotels of this rank in Turkey are more dirty than clean. the only good thing is the location. Very close to all forms of public transportation, so it is quick to get to any part of the city.
Great location plus....
This hotel is in an excellent location as it’s central to most major touristic sights. I’ll try and be as honest as I can. As we arrived at Sabiha Airport it seemed a far away distance if you hadn’t visited Istanbul before. From the Sabiha airport you would need to catch the Havabus which is outside the main exit doors and costs 15 lira per person and takes you to Taksim and outside Point Hotel which is where Havabus terminal for Taksim and beyond or back to Airports is. From there you would walk 5minutes max to Taksim Underground 🚇 where you’ll need to get on the green Metro for Yenikapi station (this is the last station on the green line) but you’ll need to buy an Istanbul kart (can’t remember how much it cost) and top it up and it will charge you 2.95 Lira max for each usage regardless how far you go. Once there all you need to do is exit the station and stay on the left side of it where the car park is and walk up the street to the hotel which is only about 1-3 minutes walk from the station and if lost all you have to do is ask for directions or use google maps to locate it. Check in will not be ANYTIME BEFORE 12 mid day and you will be made to wait so if you have an early flight don’t rush to get to the hotel. The hotel itself isn’t the best in terms of size or the breakfast buffet so if you’re a fussy eater the menu might disappoint you as they only have basic things as you can see in the photos as well as Turkish tea and coffee. The rooms weren’t the biggest and were designed for sleeping only and were difficult to get around and the toilet included the shower too so you would get water all over if you’re not careful. There is a small fridge and a cupboard with extra pillows and blankets if needed. Reception staff are friendly and helpful and as long as you’re nice and polite people will be the same back. There is also a weighing machine for luggage in case you need to make sure you don’t exceed the luggage allowance. There’s also a mini market outside the hotel on the left which was cheaply priced compared to other stalls and shops. Also a few sweet shops and restaurants as well as a few phone shops that sell mobile SIM cards with internet are scattered around the hotel. Heading left outside the hotel and straight to the end of the road then left takes you to Yusuf Paşa and Aksaray which have lots of shops, restaurants as well as a few bazaars. It’s also the blue tram line which takes you to the most tourist places such as blue mosque and Ayasofya. Heading right takes you back to the green underground metro which takes you to the famous Taksim square with fancy restaurants and outlets as well as the famous long istiklal street. Overall I would visit again and recommend just for the perfect location and safety too. Keep it simple and go for only room if you can or bed and breakfast there and go out and explore and make sure you keep a map with you all the time or download one from the net as it will be handy when needed.
Sad and dark place
Visit this hotel in april 2014 for 3 days. Very small rooms, breakfast is standart for Turkey hotels 1-3* and not so good. We booked double room in January, but receive Triple! room. We must wait 8 hours to get double room. There was fungus in the shower and toilet seat was broken. Staff member who we call for fixing it didn`t speak english and when we came to our room for sleep, he take off the seat at all!My girlfriend and i was shoked. An almoust all Laleli district is very dirt and dangerous place. Dont take this hotel!
It was one of the worst experiences I had traveling abroad. I felt very lucky that I had to stay only for one night in this hotel. The word "dirty", is not enough to describe the condition of the room I stayed. Even the price is very cheap, don't make any mistake to take seriously the comments you can read here. Believe me, I hate writing bad comments but ....
Terrible service and shady characters at this hotel!!!
My friend and I stayed at this hotel 11 days ago. We were meant to stay here for 10 days but cut our stay short (to 3 days only) because the staff was terrible to us. We had called the receptionist, Fatih, before arriving in Istanbul to ask about their shuttle service from the airport. Fatih made it sound like the shuttle service was free, but once we arrived at the hotel, he charged us 140 TL. This same service is either free in the neighbouring hotels or the charge is only 25 TL. When we insisted on speaking to the manager, we were told the manager has nothing to do with it. We asked another receptionist for the manager's number and were told that he is available only at noon at the phone number provided. The normal procedure at a hotel is to make photocopy of the passport of the guest then give the passport back. Fatih tried to make many excuses in order to keep our passport to himself. We waited an hour for him to finally give our passports back to us. The double room was nice and clean. Beware that the hotel is actually 30 minutes walk from the Sultanahmet hotel. We would never recommend anyone to stay at this hotel.