Ratings based on 33 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby nick
Posted Aug 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Alexandria from London
Wonderful hotelPosted Jul 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
The staff were the more polite and helpful that I've come across in a long time, hotel room was above and beyond my expectations because of the low rates. Beautiful n modern decor. Massive room also. The roof top pool is fabulous and amazingly beautiful view! Restaurant was lovely quick and food was tasty! Especially the spinach ravioli I had twice in one day! Look forward to my next stay there soon, will not be needing to look for another hotel in Istanbul again.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
good hotelPosted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
good hotel but far from main attractions
for Business Travelersby Henrique from USA
OK hotel with nice viewsPosted Jul 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Good hotel if you want to stay in the asian part of istanbul. Far from touristic attractions though
for Everyoneby Hatice from Vancouver, BC, Canada
Elite not so elitePosted Jul 10, 2013
Pros: Front desk personnel
Cons: Washroom, and overall the hotel just doesn't look like a 4.5* hotel.
Location: In a residential area, something I didn't expect.
Small washrooms, had a bit of a smell, with a tiny shower. The staff, including the manager were friendly and helpful.
for Everyoneby Andrew from Australia
a hotel looking over Prince's IslandsPosted Jul 3, 2013
Pros: it was quiet (apart from the squealing airconditioner) and close to our conference centre. The hotel provided fruit and daily bottled water.
Cons: Only things within my room - the pillows, mattress, the airconditioner, the toilet, the dust and grit build-up under the bed and sidetables.
Location: The hotel is close (1 km?) to the Bostanci ferry terminal, accessing the Prince's Islands among other places.
This is a well-appointed quiet hotel for people who want to spend some time in Istanbul near the sea but away from the touristic centre of Istanbul and 60 km by taxi from Attaturk International airport (but relatively close to the Sahiba domestic airport). Its rooms are a good size and it has a rooftop restaurant and swimming pool with views over the Sea of Marmara and Prince's islands, a lobby bar, and a spacious ground-floor breakfast room. It is one block back from the beachfront road and a bus stop for the 16D bus from the Kadikoy ferry terminal. It can also be reached with a short taxi ride from the Maltepe metro stop from Kadikoy. My room on the west side of the 5th floor had a noisy airconditioner, a pair of fat and lumpy pillows, an oversoft bed, and a toilet that did not flush properly. My colleague's room was on the other side and was cooler and not under the restaurant. The lightweight room safe in the cupboard in my room was not screwed down and when I asked about this I was told it was not necessary as the passageway surveillance cameras would record any removal of the safe and there were no criminals anyway (I did not use the safe). On my first night there was a very noisy wedding reception just above me in the rooftop restaurant (until 11.30!) so we ate at a good kebab restaurant in the suburban shopping precinct a few hundred metres uphill. We returned and ate there also the next two nights.
for Everyoneby Motiur from London, UK
Wonderful hotel for reasonable price!Posted Jun 16, 2013
Pros: Breakfast,swimming pool, food in the restaurant
Cons: Located far from Europe side of Istanbul
Location: It's in a quiet and far from European side of Istanbul, have to travel a lot to go to Istanbul attractions.
It's a wonderful, relaxed and quiet luxury hotel. It's meant to be a 4* but its only 3*!!! Overall it's great. If you are travelling the main part of Istanbul then you have to travel a lot, apart from that its all good.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London, UK
'Everybody deserves a good night's sleep'Posted Apr 14, 2013
Pros: Some of the staff were helpful and friendly
Cons: Continuous broken sleep, very small lift, hardly any English speaking staff
Location: Very handy for the local train station
Whilst this hotel in my opinion is only average, my biggest gripe was the noise disturbances nearly every night. My 'Standard' room was located on the 5th floor underneath the restaurant. Doors banging, loud talking, a couple having a row (all after midnight). The sound of tables & chairs being moved on an non carpeted floor (early hours of the morning). I even heard somebody next door snoring! In the early hours of Sunday 7th April, I was awoken by what sounded like a whirring pump with water gushing around; this noise was directly above my room. I didn't report this immediately because I thought it would disappear the next night but unfortunately, I was awoken again at 4.30am. I quickly dressed and reported the problem in person to the Receptionist who immediately ordered a Technician to investigate and after a short while the noise disappeared. The only other small problem was that the bar on the ground floor was hardly ever manned and when I requested a bottle of white wine, another member of staff had to be summoned to fetch it from elsewhere - waiting time was 20 minutes.
for Couplesby Saurabh
Posted Jan 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby EA from UK
Goos hotel for a familyPosted Oct 31, 2012
Pros: View from the top. You can see the see and part of the city
Cons: The air conditioning was very noisy. The non Turkish TV channels were noisy. You could hear people in other rooms taking shower.
Location: Very good but a bit far from the tourist area.
The hotel is very clean & staff are helpful. It's a bit far from the tourist area around 50 min by bus & boat. Has a lovely view from the top. The air conditioning & non Turkish TV channels are very noisy.