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Alcohol is not available.
The room air-conditioning is fickle.
The rooms are small and you can't properly use the desks in them.
The staff are indifferent, and some seem to be annoyed by guests being there.
The bathroom doesn't have enough room (but it does...More
We have stayed 2 different times like overnighting, its very special for us; because during the stay you can see many volleyball players, trainers, clup responsibles etc. you can watch them eating beside your table. It has differences than any normal hotel. ıts also very...More
A very clean and well presented hotel. The staff are very helpful and spoke good English. The breakfast was typically Turkish in style and was very enjoyable.. The gym was well kitted out and not very busy.
It is not big hotel but very friendly service by Hotel Manager.
It is very quiet location but not so popular which is good for business and budget trips. Service was very friendly and Hotel Manager took care of our group, and he was very...More
I stayed at "Volley Hotel" for two nights. Rooms are big. clean and well-equipped (flat tv, refridgerator). Staff is very friendly and all people are alwayw keen to help you. Breakfast is quite good and clients have the possibility to taste good quality food at...More
Home to more than half a million residents, Uskudar on the Asian side of the Bosphorus is one of Istanbul’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. Once a Greek colony, later a haven for people from across the Mediterranean and the Middle East, this gateway to Asia has been an active and diverse hub for eons. Still, visitors to Uskudar are often more overcome by its myriad treasures than by its many thousand
residents. And with fairytale settings such as the “Maiden’s Tower” as well as grand examples of Ottoman Era architecture, plenty of parks, a gorgeous and lengthy coastline, and some of Turkey’s holiest sites, there’s no end to the sightseeing possibilities. Easily reached from the city’s European shores via a steady network of ferries, time spent in Uskudar reveals a “real life” Istanbul that many who experience find extremely fascinating.