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This lookout tower was originally erected on the hill now known as cemberlitas (one of the seven Istanbul hill) in 330 AD in honor of Emperor Constantine I. The colum comprises of eight individual colums, each three meters in diameter and weighing three tons. When...More
I am sure there are better hotels in Istanbul but this hotel didn't have any nasty suprises for the one night I stayed there. Rooms are large and the view is great. It is a bit of a drive from anywhere. The staff were polite...More
Got this hotel for 10 quid more than the bog standard 2/3 star on on EasyJet.com. It was a nice hotel in a convenient location (not really a "four star" hotel as you would expect in western Europe, but still a nice hotel). The staff...More
Smelly room due to bad plumbing. Very noisy area and room. Not very clean. Bathtub was becoming full of water due to bad plumbing. Paid 50 euro extra because I invited a guest for two hours in my room in the afternoon. Location in close...More
US$76 - US$149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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