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I reserved for 1 night on this hotel through booking.com and after one week dicede to change my hotel and requested for free cancalation and bookin.com accepeted it by sent me email that showed it was cancled free of charge but Ortakoy Princess Hotel have...More
Terrifying staff. Not smiling and always looking as if you are a potential crook. Very old decoration. Rooms are terrible. Room service dont know what they are doing. One day they leave water the next nothing. One day you have water glasses the other day...More
This was my 4th trip to istanbul and I'd start off by saying after reading mixed reviews of the hotel I was a little hesitant about staying here as I had 10 days to spend in istanbul. I made the booking through the hotel directly...More
Very bad service, WiFi not working, staff very rude, no control over cooling/heating system,noisy location .
Staff not friendly & unhelpful.
Asked to order taxi and the receptionist with a very rude way told me to go out of the hotel and Call one.
Where do I start?
Staff are extremly rude and unfriendly.
Rooms are dirty, walls havent been painted for decades, refriegerators are disgusting, LCD TV are from the 2000s.
The only reason this hotel is functioning is because of its location. Walking distance from Ortakoy area.
In Besiktas, skyscrapers compete with palaces for space in an upscale vista replete with hilly green parkland filling in the margins. Step into this rather wealthy neighbourhood and discover a rich mix of opportunities to shop, dine, and be entertained. For folks in search of urban buzz, not to mention a constant reminder of just how important Istanbul’s waterways are to its rich history, there's the
frenetic Besiktas ferry terminal or the city’s most vibrant fish market to explore. For a timeout of metropolitan proportions, head to the bucolic Yildiz Park or the chic Bosphorus-side fishing village of Ortakoy. Attractions such as the grandiose Dolmabahce Palace and a bevy of other stately residences await admiration. To be sure, this large and not overly touristy swath of Istanbul yields plenty of pleasure for all.