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It's hard to find at first time. Very close to Galata tower and bridge - plus. Silent at night, noise at early mornings. Staff hardly speaks English but very nice and friendly. good cost/quality ratio.
The staff were helpful and welcoming when we arrived but the room smelled damp and musty and was rather warm. There did not seem to be any climate adjustment and the only window opened onto an internal atrium which carried the noise up from the...More
Disaster hotel i have ever experienced. Reception and manager dont know english and any foreign languages. theres no management in hotel. its also like dormitory. Tasks are unknown. everybody try to complicated different type. for ex. receptionist try to wash dishes clean toilet. manager swear...More
We ware with a group of 32 persons and had the bad luck of having one of the smallest rooms (istanbul room on 4th floor). the curtains let the light throurgh, so you got awake very early morning, my hairdryer did not work and was...More
We didnt planned to stay in this hotel originally but we found it by chance while a walk and went inside to check if they have anything free. The staff was friendly, they showed us a free room, which was big, clean and comfortable so...More
Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..