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The hotel's only pro is that it is very close to Istiklal Street as its located on a side street from Istiklal St.., just 3 min walking. Rooms are very small and not cleaned well. Hotel staff are so unfriendly and not helpful at all.
we were there for 4 night. The location is good, close to sisli metro and tunnel station, and a minute walk to isteklal street. The room was small (Except x01). there is one queen and one single bed in rooms. clean and old furnished rooms...More
One of the worst hotels I have stayed at - smokey, horrible rooms; not helpful staff; other hotels guests who don't seem to have ever stayed in a hotel before and shout from room to room to get each others attention; noisy. The only thing...More
I was at a conference/holiday in Istanbul and shared a triple room with 2 friends. The room was very spacious and had a double bed and a single bed, so two of us had to share a bed (no option of 3 single beds). The...More
I've been there with my family for a tourism trip, hotel location is very good as it is very near to bus and metro stations, just few minutes away. Also it is very neer to Istiklal street which contains any thing that you might need...More
US$39 - US$582 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights, shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
nightlife in close proximity. In striking contrast, Beyoglu’s less trafficked areas – such as the affluent Cihangir and the antiques district of Cukurcuma – exude Old World charm and provide contemplative calm and splendid diversion via an assortment of cozy cafes, attractive boutiques, and quiet lanes.