Best Western PREMIER Acropol Suites & Spa
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Today I came to Turkey from Doha. I went for a long walk and saw lots of people walking. I saw lots of cats and kitties -they were very cute, but they were not wild as they got fed at least. And on the way back I saw a guy being bullied as he did not give enough money to the guy who was giving him something. My hotel room is quite small cause of …
... it was different but I got use to it and it is fulling. It kept me fill until after 12 pm, and we did a lot of walking. Think that's all for now, hopefully to bed early as I need to be up at 2 am to make it to the airport by 4 am. Update, went for supper with Noellen and Peter, who where on the G Adventure tour with me, so did not get to bed that early, around 9:30 and then could not get to sleep. Hopefully I will be able to sleep in the ...
... protesting about the proposed abolishment of the pensioners union. We could not believe what we were seeing. Of course Gary had to get involved and support their cause until the media arrived with their cameras. I said "get away, if they get you on camera we may never get out of Turkey" The pensioners loved him, he was like a celebrity. They were having their photos taken with him. You will see by my photos that I am not exaggerating.
... days I rode the hills under the blazon red autumn leaves, stopping only at lunch. I was eager to get to Istanbul, not only for the personal milestone, but to meet my long suffering girlfriend, Gayle. After a steep three hour climb I rounded the final hairpin bend to see the border post. The road swept steeply down before me into Turkey, running in twists and turns eventually pulling straight toward a sizzling orange sunset. For twenty minutes ...
... We washed our selves down now feeling relaxed and smooth, we sat enjoying our new soft skin thinking that we would soon be directed back to the cubical room. There was still more to go, our lady, not rather wet and a bit soapy her self came back with shampoo and gave us each a wonderful head massage using copious amounts of shampoo. Then we were ushered into the sauna where we held out as long as we could in the heat before we retreated back to the steaming wash room for ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Best Western PREMIER Acropol Suites & Spa Istanbul
The Acropol Hotel is lovely and comfortable.
The Acropol Hotel is lovely and comfortable.
We have stayed at the Acropol Hotel for over 5 times and there is no reason for us to stay anywhere else in Istanbul because Acropol Hotel is Our Home in Istanbul ! The staff were very helpful and attentive.
The roof restaurant is romantic! You can see blue mosque, St.Sophia and the other side is grate view of marmara sea.
We eat dinner there while we stay in this hotel.
The Location is in the heart of the old city, within walking distance blue mosque, St.Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Archeological Museum, Underground Cistern and Grand Bazaar.
Some of the other reviews almost make me wonder if we are talking about the same hotel...! Our room was very small, it needed renovation and it wasn't clean. It did not have a balcony (most rooms don't!), even though they promised us a balcony and a nice view. Our room was very noisy, and we could hear people talking in the room next door. The breakfast was average.
Buena realción calidad-precio. Situación excelente
Hotel de estilo otomano totalmente reformado. Las habitaciones pequeñitas peró muy límpias. Las vistas desde la terraza al mar por la mañana merecen la pena. Muy bien situado a un paso de la Mezquita Azul y de Santa Sofia. La calle es peatonal, muy tranquila. El trato con los empleados del hotel muy cordial y agradable.
Si vuelvo a Estambul, repetiré.
I took a small group to visit Istanbul and chose Acropol for its wonderful location, just a few steps from the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. It is located on a lively street with many restaurants and shops of various types. Just on the other side of the mosques is the ultramodern street tram, which makes all parts of Istanbul accessible easily and cheaply. We could not have been happier. The rooms are clean and comfortable with all the usual amenities. Both the sidewalk cafe and the rooftop restaurant (with wonderful views of the tops of the Mosques and also out over the Marmara) had excellent and reasonably priced foods including turkish specialities and international dishes more suited to the timid palate - the buffet breakfast was plentiful with fresh fruits cereals, breads, juices, excellent coffee and more. Free internet access in the basement was a real plus. Despite the liveliness of the street, our rooms remained quiet, even though we were visiting at the time of the World Cup finals which were broadcast at several of the local street cafes.
Thank you very much to all of the Acropol Hotel staff. We will come again. I hope soon.
We booked three nights at hotel Acropol through bookings.org - and when we arrived at the hotel, they told us they had overbooked but that they'd "find us another hotel - we'd pay the Acropol rate (105 euro) and they'd arrange for the payment to the other hotel". We told them that we needed WiFi in the room - which we "of course" would get.