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I came to Istanbul for 3 nights and im already in my sixth.... I have been taken care of so good that don't want to leave. This is a cozy, chic, fun hotel that is located in the best part of the city (Tourist wise)...More
I stayed for 10 days at the cordial house and i had the best service and time there!! The staff were very helpfull and hospitable. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. At the service you could get any information you needed for Istanbul. Also...More
I woke up at 4AM being BITTEN BY FLEAS. When I went downstairs to complain the front desk person yelled at me to leave the area because they were not "open" (though their website states they are 24h).
Later I came downstairs when the desk...More
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Response from TugrulGokce, Manager at Cordial House HotelResponded 27 September 2011
The person who posted this review on this forum DID NOT write the truth but wrote a review with full of lies to detract Cordial House.
It is our responsibilty to show this review was written by some one who just wanted to get satisfied...More
USD 19 - USD 21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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