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TravelPod Member ReviewsOran Hotel Istanbul
We stayed in a small, windowless room near the stairway. It was a bit noisy and cramped. The rooms were clean and the breakfast area was pleasant with good food. On the plus side, the hotel was in an area close to the bazaars, St. Sophia, and the Blue Mosque. We always consider location more important.
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