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We, as a group used this hotel conference room for 3 days, and then, me and my family extended our trip for two more nights.
Breakfast was good. Location is perfect, very close to Taksim square and public transportation. Services were not perfect, for example...More
Had to change rooms on arrival as it was stinking.The reception staff were playing i dont understand english game.The hotel and facillities are not too bad and the entertainment team make a good fist of it.The food is awful and the bar staff are ignorant...More
Staying @ this hotel ruined my holiday.staff (inc managers)very rude unless you speak Turkish they ignore u & laugh at u. If ur a Turkish guest r will treated like a god, but if ur another nationality then ur a 2nd class citizen. The bar...More
My family and I just visited and got back yesterday, the hotel was lovely and the grounds were big. However, if you're British and wanting to book; be aware that there are hardly any British people there, only a couple of the reps spoke English,...More
We are a family of 4, with children aged 11 and 9 and I cannot fault this hotel. We stayed in the main building and our room was basic but clean, it had a working fridge and TV (not that we used the TV!) and...More
Response from MisterEtraveller | Reviewed this property |
My response is for the Golden Age Houses - which is not the same as the Golden Age Hotel. At the the Golden Age Houses there is a separate living room and bedroom. In the living room there can be a folding bed and/or a... More
My response is for the Golden Age Houses - which is not the same as the Golden Age Hotel. At the the Golden Age Houses there is a separate living room and bedroom. In the living room there can be a folding bed and/or a foldout sofabed.