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After many months of searching for a suitable accommodation for our British students and European groups in Istanbul, we were delighted when we came across Republika. As frequent travellers to Istanbul we were struggling to find suitable accommodation for our UK groups, that offered a...More
- Friendly staff
- Fairly nice swimming pool
- Quite part of town
- Taxis cant find it / dont know where it is which is a hassel as taxi drivers in Istanbul dont speak English
- Hotel has a strong prison feeling...More
Both my parents-in-law and my friends stayed at this place for a week where we joined them for one night. In summary it wasn't a pleasant experience. We defined the concept of the hotel as a prison, with a white/lime colour twist. Both parties had...More
Very clean room, new hotel, perfect service, best personal ever seen in Turkey hotels (they were also speak spanish). I was not sure to stay away from taksim zone but when I saw the hotel and after the quality of the service that they gave...More
Had a great vacation here, 1 night but i really liked it. Everything was great and the rooms are really nice and comfortable. Food was good too. It has its own gym. Thats one more important thing for me and it would be important for...More
US$ 46 - US$ 336 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Man, I don't know who told you there is a river? I've been in a ground floor inside room and it was very quiet. This is not such a busy area like Beyoglu, Eminonu or many others but very nice and well connected. I would... More
Man, I don't know who told you there is a river? I've been in a ground floor inside room and it was very quiet. This is not such a busy area like Beyoglu, Eminonu or many others but very nice and well connected. I would suggest it definitelly. The rooms are neat and very quiet and clean.
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"My room was on the entry level--set up as a small apartment (but without cooking facilities). Very compact..."