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We booked a room with a king size bed but received a standard room with two single beds(one smaller than the other). The room was so small that the two single beds took up the entire space. As we entered the room a bad smell...More
This review ought to give the Tunel Residence four out of five stars. It's well located, the apartments are fine and there's a nice restaurant attached.
So why the low score? As always, it's a case not so much of the problem encountered, but the...More
The hotel is in a very convenient location, close to Galata. Apartments are very nice, exactly what you can expect from the web. We enjoyed very much the spa.
The main drawback was that the sofá-bed was very uncomfortable. Also, service could be more polite.
OK I apologise for the very bad pun but it does sum up what's on offer here; some very good, fully equipped suites. Bedroom with desk & TV, plenty of storage space, a kitchen with washing machine, dryer & dishwasher, a dining area, a lounge...More
I, thoroughly, enjoyed my stay at the Tunel Residence! I stumbled across the hotel via a web search, and I chose to stay there because of its location and cost. Upon arriving and checking in, the hotel receptionist offered to upgrade my room choice from...More
USD 47 - USD 135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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