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We couldn't stay that night at hotel because there is no room available . We went hotel at about 21:00 , there was an alteration in it and it smells dye everywhere . A guy showed us room and there wasn't any space to walk...More
Noble House Galata is really a nice place,cozy,quiet,my room was clean and well decorated,thank you Sabri for your warm welcoming,i got a free Airport shuffle as I stayed more than 3 days,everything was perfect,I highly recommend this place and I would like to be there...More
We checked in and have Been asked to pay the two booked nights immédiately and in cash because the crédit card machine was broken.
We noticed that there was no Water in the Room and went to See the Guy at the reception . We...More
Unfortunately our initial impression of Noble House was terrible. We did arrive there quite late in the evening, but not that late that no-one should be there to greet us. But basically this is what happened. There was nobody there. Doors were locked, nobody answering...More
Agree with all the previous comments about location, which is fantastic and easy to get to by metro. Rooms are also nicely decorated and bed is comfortable.
Cons are the room doesn't offer much space. Also the shower cubicle is essentially in the room and...More
USD 38 - USD 46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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