Hotel Akcinar

Address: Nobethane Cad. Serdar Sok. No:18 Sirkeci, Fatih, Istanbul, 34420, Turkey | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Gulhane Park, Cagaloglu Hamami, Istanbul Daily City Tours, and Eminonu Pier.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Akcinar Istanbul

      Reviewed by andyball

      'No problem'

      Reviewed Apr 13, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

      It was my first visit to Turkey and these guys made the time there very easy and enjoyable. I used the hotel as the starting point of my travels, it's easily in reach of a lot of the main tourist sites and handy for the trams and trains.
      The staff organised a airport transfer for us which at 10pm on a Friday was just what weary travellers needed!
      The staff were excellent, very helpful and always on hand.
      Our room was a small double, not much room to walk around and a little cramped for two people with huge rucksacks but this was not a major issue. The cleanliness of the facilities was very good and the bed a very welcome rest for weary, airplane knotted muscles!
      The breakfast was good and plentiful.
      Wi-Fi service was slow to start with but later was excellent.
      All in all a very good establishment, I would stay again!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Akcinar Istanbul

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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