TravelPod Member ReviewsBolat Hotel Isparta
The Room was clean, the breakfast really good and generally it was ok! The main problem is that nobody from the hotel staff speaks any language except Turkish. This can be quite a problem. In the booking site, it said it offered parking. This is not true, there is a private parking close to the hotel, which you have to pay by the hour.
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