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Absolutely to avoid this hotel! Dirty: In October 2013 I had my first experience, they give me a room dirty with excrement in the toilet. The breakfast is in the attic and in that period it rained, the water filtered from the roof into the...More
so many people told us to be cautious about commuting around hotel, i guess the environment is not safe.
The breakfast was terrible. when we entered our room at first night we found a manly underwear at bathroom which shows they have not cleaned the...More
I went to Istanbul for a business weekend and needed to stay near the exhibition halls so Al Sinno's location was perfect. My colleague and I quite liked the homey feel of it; staff were helpful tho had marginal English-language skills, and our rooms were...More
I would never recommend this hotel to anyone.
I am totally agreed with the three previous reviews about the hotel location and breakfast (there weren’t even butter for the breakfast), room is very dark, bed linen is dirty (and it was not changed even once...More
It is worth to share with experience I gained during my staying at the Al Sino Hotel. I went through the same problems as described above from other guests:
1. Dark room with the dirty bedlinen, it is difficult to state that room...More
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For much of Istanbul’s history, Sisli and the area just north of Taksim Square were open countryside used mostly as hunting grounds. These days, Sisli and its chic streets are considered the very heart of contemporary Istanbuli life, where an epicenter of fashion and a thriving business district meet to create an expressly “downtown” feel. Though largely a residential neighborhood, luxury hotels, fine dining
restaurants, and upscale shops abound with many of them situated inside or nearby Cevahir Istanbul, the biggest shopping mall in Europe and second biggest urban shopping mall in the world. Shopaholics and fashionistas travel from near and far to browse the area's mix of major global brand items and creations by popular Turkish designers.