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i was been in this hotel 2 times for business trip.
places is nice, you can go walk where you want!
rooms so so, breakfast not recommend, staff so so..
just i can says you can stay for business a night..
Just returned from Istanbul, where we spent four nights at Mim hotel. Everything bad I had read in Tripadvisor critics was unfortunately true! ( The choice of the hotel was done by the travel agent). The breakfast was probably the worst I (and the rest...More
I went in this hotel as a conference was organised and accomodation was included in the package. This hotel is not bad at all: service is friendly, check-in and -out without any difficulty, very quick, efficient and cheap laundry service. My room was spacious, confortable...More
Thank Didier D
Response from MimHotel, Satış Müdürü at Mim Hotel IstanbulResponded 14 October 2015
First; thank you so much for visiting our hotel and for your kind and sincerely informations.
We are so sad to hear that you had a bad experience with wi-fi, an area problem has accured during your stay and we worked so hard...More
Good place for valuable money. I had leisure trip, couple, standard double room, stayed 2 nights. Reception is polite and helpful. Location is near to other sightseeings. Very near there are other hotels also.
Good hotel but not in the center. We went on a packaged tour but if you want to go somewhere on your own you have to take a taxi. No metro or bus stop near by. Really hard to go on foot also because it...More
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
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