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We were there for 2 nights,as travelling for medical reasons.
First of all the room it wasn't clean properly ,dirty curtains was the toilet had black stains on the corner,the shower full of mould and the smell of cigarettes was awful.
I'm that kind of...More
For me the best advantage of this small neat hotel was being close to Osman bey , I do recommend this one for who on business trip is not with family
Close to metro station
Everything is available like restaurants , shops and cafe ....More
A little nice hotel . Clean . Nice staff willing to help . Close to everything . Rooms are small but for a few days it is fine . The street is a bit noisy though . The shops nearby open early . Oh !...More
This hotel is very close to the metro. It takes about 3 min. So close and easy to find in a main street. And located in quite safe area. There is a large supermarket nearby. Also shopping street is very good to walked to access....More
Nice hotel and very good located. Personnel is nice and willing to help. Don't hesitate to ask what you need, as they will not give you the best things upfront (room, towels, etc.). Breakfast is ok for this type of hotel. One warning not relevant...More
US$ 37 - US$ 86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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
restaurants, and upscale shops abound with many of them situated inside or nearby Cevahir Istanbul, the biggest shopping mall in Europe and second biggest urban shopping mall in the world. Shopaholics and fashionistas travel from near and far to browse the area's mix of major global brand items and creations by popular Turkish designers.