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1 - this is awful hotel in istanbul
2 - the reseption is rude and around the hotel are many thieves
3 - internet conection ( WIFI ) is poor .
4 - in morning serve bad brekfast
5 - in my idia this hotel...More
The hotel is clean, the breakfast and service very poor.The staff is friendly but not professional special in the restaurant.The rooms are small.The beds are comfortable.The location is not the best one -around 30 minutes walk to grand bazaar.
The rooms were fairly good but quite a noisy neighbourhood
Staff were not very helpful
It was very hard to find and cab drivers often got lost
I think there are 2 hotels with the same name
This hotel is heavily used by tour groups
Room very smalt, dirt în room nothing you can eat for breakfast.No car parking, only nervous
persons selling lies. Don't go is not safe. The pictures are made in photoshop.when i arrived there i coudn't belive my Eyes.
Stayed there 24-26/Aug/2013, there are my reasons not to go there:
Staffs are not helpfull, especially the manager (Cocky and very arrogant!!).
Rooms are very tiny (Sardine boxes!!), what make it worse, they charged me 20 Euro per night for my 6-years old kid when...More
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This sleepy and rather socially conservative area of Istanbul hosts a small but thriving Jewish community, the patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and some of the most beautiful churches and Christian art in the world. Much of what’s most interesting to witness in Fener and Balat sits between the surviving ancient city walls of Constantinople and the serene shores of the Golden Horn. Despite the many splendid
sights, historic attractions, stunning vistas, and warm Turkish welcome, the area remains largely unperturbed by the tourist trade that characterizes the atmosphere in nearby Sultanahmet and around the Grand Bazaar. Travelers that like to explore off the beaten track will reap big rewards for making the effort to visit this low-key part of town.