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The rooms are clean and comfortable, but overlook either a congested street or a railway. The decor is tired and the management somewhat lethargic. The customary good Turkish breakfast is included, but they charge extra for coffee. The more expensive Otel Uluhan, 200m north, is...More
My friend and I shared a room at the back so were spared the loud music. However we experienced a more disturbing noise. The trains from Samsun hurtled out of a tunnel and round a bend along a track five metres from our window. The...More
Stayed June 2012 in old section of hotel. Room 202 has lovely view and balcony over river.
New part hotel over road has no lift and lots stairs.
Friendly staff / good food and breakfast ( in new building).
Dislike : room above main entertainment...More
We found this hotel in our guide book.
The first impressions were very good. The receptionist was very kind, spoke good English. The location seemed good. The view from our room was great, as we could see the rock with the famous Amasya tombs. The...More
USD 39 - USD 63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Choose between loud music at the front, or, if you are a railway enthusiast and remember the sixties song The..."