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out of 3 reviews
“Short Stay at Midi”
Based on the information available on the website, it was rated as 5 star hotel. However, it did not see the hotel at that level. It is around 4 star. But aftter all it was a pleasant stay.
“Comfortable and clean”
I have stayed at many of the higher rated hotels in Ankara, but this wasn't a favorite of mine. The pros: It's convenient, comfortable and fairly clean. The hotel staff is nice enough and room service was prompt. Food was ok too. Free wireless internet (but poor signal). The cons: The rooms could use a little work. My "double" room for my fiance and I consisted of 2 super twin beds pushed together to create MAYBE a queen. On the bed was just a fitted sheet and a down comforter in an open duvet cover that was way too small for the bed. So it didn't cover my fiance and I and there was no sheet. The room didn't have a coffee pot. I had to pay 10 lira every day to get coffee or tea at the hotel. The description also states there are balconies. This is true, but only on the inside. There are no balconies for any of the rooms with access to the outside. Then the surprise at checkout that I needed to pay for an "extra" person in my room at the tune of 90 eruos. Also, it's quite noisy at the hotel. Trash trucks outside picking up trash late nights, 1-2 tour buses coming and going early, and cars honking their horns non stop (I guess this a common thing for Turkey). But the hotel walls don't do much to keep the noise out, even with the windows closed. Overall the Hotel Midi is a decent place to stay, but there are other large chain hotels that offer a lot more and don't charge for an extra person. I can't say no one should stay here, but I myself wouldn't go back.
“Low level very expensive hotel”
This hotel was presented to me as a 4.5 Star hotel. It can be rated between 2 and 2.5. This hotel does NOT even have a proper curtain to blind the strong sunrise in the morning. You SIMPLY CAN NOT sleep after 5am. Bathroom is very small. The furniture is very cheap. Breakfast is very very expensive. What you get / What you get = very very very little.