Hotel Ozkaymak Konya

Address: Nakaci Caddesi No 92 , Konya, Konya, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Nakaci Caddesi No 92 , Konya.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ozkaymak Konya

        Reviewed by willing3

        Big Room

        Reviewed Jul 20, 2015
        by (33 reviews) Albion Park and Kiama , Australia Flag of Australia

        Room 115 - big room with two singles beds put together as I king and a double sofa bed.
        Well here we go...
        The air conditioner doesn't work properly, we have it on cold 5 deg and it is hot...
        Hair dryer blew up after 2 minutes, literally 2 minutes...
        Our room has a keyed safe... NO key!!!
        Carpet ripped up.
        Bathroom however is pretty good, not modern by any means but better than the last two days.
        Dinner was a buffet with plenty of variety and very nice. The wait staff in lobby bar and lounge were very nice and happy to help us.
        One of our fellow travellers a, Charles, had to strip his bed as it was musty, as in his words "smelt of underarm odour".

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ozkaymak Konya

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