Titanic City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTitanic City Hotel Istanbul
I love the hotel, although room was a bit small, but im not complaining :) Loved the location! It was just a walk away to everything, i wish i stayed there more than 1 night.
The front office was helpful enough when she said that 'it is not safe at this hour to walk' when i was trying to go out.
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