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Chaya was located in Valikonagi; one of the trendiest street in Istanbul. This was an aparthotel type accomodation with a simple reception. My room looking to the street was nicely designed including an ensuite kitchen. The room was big, clean and comfortable. Free wireless connection...More
I have nothing but superlatives for the Cheya Deluxe Residence and Hotel. My friend and I rented a two bedroom apartment for five days. The apartment was super clean and well stocked with everything that we needed. It was just like being "home." The hotel...More
A very good alternative specially for longer stays. Very good appart hotel with large, bright, comfortable rooms, spacious bathrooms, great well equiped kitchen. The reception is very small but you do not really need it. The breakfast room also very small but, nicely decorated and...More
I can give you advise, you can stay here so like your home. Everything its ok helpfull and friendly staff location is good room is so big and comfortable. Also you can go easy from here to touristic attraction are for example hagiha sophia blue...More
Stayed at Cheya for 6 days. The hotel is in an excellent location. Staff are really friendly starting from Mert, the front desk supervisor and his female colleague (sorry for forgetting your name, but thank you so much for your help) to Nilofer, the F&B...More
US$97 - US$284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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