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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsur Hotel Istanbul
I was pleasantly surprised upon arrival at Asur Hotel. The hotel is perfectly located just a 3 minute walk from the Gulhane tram stop and the underground metro. The Sultanahmet district is a 10 minute walk away. This is the historic center where you will find monuments and sites such as the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and the Basilica Cistern.
The reception staff were always on hand to help me out at any time of the day or night. The room I stayed in was clean and beautifully decorated. The bathroom was small, but manageable. The housekeeping staff cleaned the room well every day. The WiFi was superb.
Breakfast was a large spread and typically Turkish with bread, cheeses, some cold meats and Turkish pastries.
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