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Whether your visit involves a hectic business schedule or just a carefree holiday, Istanbul invite every traveller to this great hotel, the heart of the "Old City" from where the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires were ruled, it is located in the old citycenter, approximately 12 minutes of walk away from the Grand Bazaar, and 4 minutes of walk from the Blue Mosque, St Sophia,the Topkapi Palace City Port. The establishment is a new establishment but aims to offer the best hospitality and service. All guest room have the necessary amenities to make your stay a comfortable one and to give all visitors...More details
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Good price-quality ratio
Reviewed 20 january, 2020
Stayed for 3 nights in a twin room, 2nd floor. The staff is very polite and hardworking, you'll see them performing all sorts of task not only those specific to their department. The rooms and nice and very clean, normal sie for this category of hotel in Istanbul, complimentary water in the minibar. Good water pressure in the shower and no issues with hot water. Water in Istanbul can be a little harsh, so you might consider bringing a body lotion. Breakfast always fresh and quite varied for the price (cold meats and cheese, different egg dish daily, some fresh vegetables, some pastry, cereals, etc and of couse turkish tea, coffee and juice). All in all, a wide selection for the price. It`s a good place to stay if you want to visit the main attractions. You can get to the tourist area either on foot (15-30min walk) or by taking the tram (a little bit complicated but very efficient and quite affordable). Lack of restaurant for lunch/ dinner, but considering the large number of restaurants in the area, better to take advantage and explore a little. Avoid the restaurants on the main street, go to the side alleys where the locals go, it`s tastier and cheaper. Low WiFi signal in room (got better reception from hotel accross the street), but good in lobby. Would stay again.
A Good Base for Exploring Istanbul
Reviewed 21 september, 2019
I'm glad that I booked this hotel in Yenikapi rather than stay in the very busy Taksim or Sultanahmet. Yenikapi has a more authentic local feel to it and the shops aren't exorbitantly priced. City Port Hotel is a good base for exploring Istanbul. The Yenikapi Metro Station is close by and you can walk casually to Aksaray for the tram. The room may be small but it's clean and well- maintained. The breakfast buffet consists of typical Turkish fare-- fresh veggies, boiled eggs and cold cuts. The reception staff were all very polite and helpful. A few paces from the hotel are several restaurants, baklava shops, souvenir stalls and Turkcell shops. Will definitely consider if ever I return to Istanbul.
Location was the best point
Reviewed 19 june, 2019
We stay 5 nights in this hotel, the best point about the hotel was the location which is directly infront of a main metro station which u can access to every where in stanbul, room was clean but they didnot clean the room every day! The hotel was more like a 3 stat hotel as 4, the breakfast was not really good , and the staff of restaurant were not really friendly, but the reception and the owner who was an old man were really friendly ,
Never book this hotel. Overbooked
Reviewed 4 may, 2019
I booked this hotel 2 months before I go to Istanbul but when I arrived(in the evening) the reception man said it was full and told me and my friend to follow him to another hotel(not even look a hotel) which was in really bad condition. Small, old and damp and dark room. We told him to find us another hotel that similar to the picture on website so he got annoyed but finally took us to another hotel which was a little better.
"City Port Hotel" Disgrace... Overbooking..
Reviewed 8 april, 2019
This hotel sells your rezerved room to another people with higher rates, and direct you to another low level hotel which is disgusting in every detail. Don't fall for the pictures and the cheap price. Keep away from this hotel.. There were also lots of street walkers..