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|Distance to city centre||1.5 km|
|Nearest Airport||Istanbul Ataturk & other airports|
|Distance to airport||34.0 km|
|"And good value for money."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Staff is friendly and ready to help."||(in 14 reviews)|
|"The good price and location"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Poor choice for breakfast."||(in 3 reviews)|
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|bit disappointed||in 3 reviews|
|breakfast was delicious||in 29 reviews|
|clean room||in 3 reviews|
|cleaning everyday||in 2 reviews|
|close to public transport||in 9 reviews|
|good location||in 26 reviews|
|hotel was very clean||in 30 reviews|
|located close||in 4 reviews|
|metro station||in 9 reviews|
|nice staff||in 5 reviews|
|sardar||in 2 reviews|
|staff are friendly||in 31 reviews|
|value for money||in 10 reviews|
|variety of choices||in 3 reviews|
|walking distance||in 5 reviews|
|wors||in 1 review|
Location- 5 minutes away from the bus stop and the Halic metro. The room was generally quite clean when we arrived but in the 9 days we stayed at the hotel, the room was never cleaned.
The breakfast provided was poor in terms of the variety and quality of food served. The menu simply consisted of a selection of jams, olives, stale biscuits, dry bread, watermelon, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, boiled eggs and boiled potatoes. As you can understand, the majority of these foods were not sufficient to fulfill our hunger. The only hot food provided was eggs and potatoes. The menu was always the same with a complete disregard to the needs of customers coming from different countries and cultures. We had an absolutely horrific experience with the chefs and receptionist. They were always moody and never greeted us with a warm welcome. On one occasion, we arrived for breakfast at 9:30 (30 minutes before breakfast closing time) and many of the foods including the hot food had finished. The chefs refused to give us refills as they claimed that we were "late" and "it was our fault". After much persuasion, the receptionist finally told the chefs to make us an omelette. Following this, the chef very rudely cooked us an omelette whilst banging cutlery and muttering under her breath in another language. After all this, the omelette she served was completely raw. I would like to clarify that this is in no way an exaggeration! In addition to this, there was a misunderstanding with regards to the room we booked. We had booked a large suite which according to the website consisted of one bathroom and one private toilet. However, this was not the case as there was only one bathroom. This was very frustrating as we had booked a large suite (which was more expensive than a standard room) bearing in mind this facility. It caused us much inconvenience as we arrived quite late at night and ended up having to stay in the wrong room. I have travelled to many countries and stayed at many hotels but never have I have experienced such poor customer service and rudeness from staff. Personally, I would not recommend this hotel to anyone especially families.
The staff were accommodating at check in and helped to carry the available up to the room. But when we had to check out, they wouldn't help. Breakfast is ok but almost same breakfast everyday and therefore it was a bit boring. There is also no milk or yogurt for breakfast. The hotel does not change bed covers and towels everyday. But in return the hotel personal Ahmed was helpful person when we were going to have information about the city and city sites.
Just it's not the same breakfast all the time and milk and yogurt for kids. It should be changed bed covers and towels everyday.
It was not healthy fully of smoking and the location not good for family only for male
very helpful and welcoming staff, knew english very good, told us info about attractions and places around the hotel. They had the cutest kitties ever <3 The location of the hotel is perfect if you want to have fast access to the old town (sultanahmet) and the newer areas (european and asian sides). In just 5-10 minutes of walking you can find the Eminonu area where the Spice Bazaar and the adiacent bazaar lies. Here you can find lots of food, coffee, deserts and anything you could want. Near the hotel you can find a small market A101 that accepts card payments and several other local shops and "restaurants" that offer nice food for a lower price (don't be blocked by the fact that they look unkept or very old).
If you want to have access to places where you can drink beer or any alcoholic beverages at a restaurant then you should consider getting accommodation on the european or the asian sides of Istambul. The Fatih area and Sultanahmet are considered to be more conservative, so you won't really find bars around (and if you do, the alcohol will be expensive).
The friendly staff.
The location..so hard to find.
A stay at Reydel Hotel places you in the heart of Istanbul, within a 15-minute walk of Suleymaniye Mosque and Spice Bazaar. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
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|Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen||32 km|
|Istanbul Ataturk & other airports||34 km|