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This hotel is very old and dirty. There were dead flies in places. We have told the authorities to make the necessary corrections, but they have never been deal with us.
It was a complete misfortune to stay here with our friends when there were...More
nothing...when i arrived to the hotel they tell me that they repair the hotel and maybe there is noisy so he sent me to another hotel that call ART CITY "that was far from the MATARACI and far away from my family", (the manager was...More
I went to this hotel with my family and stayed for a week and we had a terrible experience. The rooms are small and have squeaky floorboards. The rooms have no soundproofing so you can hear everything from the outside and it was very noisy...More
I was disappointed with the stay at mataraci konak overall. I would definitely not recommend it for a family. I stayed here with my husband and 3 children aged between 6 and 11. We found it to be pretty basic. On arrival our shower was...More
1 Thank Sumaiya G
Response from İbrahim S, Sahibi at Mataraci KonakResponded 17 August 2017
1 - very friendly manager and staff.
2 - 5 minute to tramway
3 - good access to historical places
4 - good access to markets and groceries and restaurants
5 - clean rooms
1 - I expected better breakfast
1 Thank Behzad B
Response from İbrahim S, Sahibi at Mataraci KonakResponded 27 April 2017
Thank you for your good comment. We would like to see you again with our new team
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