How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hurriyet Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... bridges and mosques, while indulging in a nice lamb, chicken, beef mixed skewers, with lamb shanks and a eggplant purée with lamb throughout. Probably my favourite dinner so far of this trip. This was pretty darn good. A Few of the local beers and margaritas to smash down with the food and we were all set. Complimentary Turkish delight goes good too. :D
... with dents and scrapes - how is a mystery. The Dogs & Cats There seems to be a large number of large dogs roaming unowned around the city. Apparently they are looked after by vets on behalf of the council - hence they are desexed, wormed and generally kept healthy. Amazingly they seem to survive the traffic. In some areas cats rule, these also seem to be generally healthy and people put food out for them. OH&S & road safety These seem ...
... I picked up on time, but the tour guide personally walked me to the bus when it was unable to come down the narrow street I'm staying on. That, people, is service. There were only seven on the bus ride down, and only four of us went to Gallipoli. At the site the tour guide gave us a brief explanation before letting us wander and reflect on our own, which I have to give him credit for. Nothing is worse than an overbearing tour guide who tries to give ...
... high school friend, Germany travel companion, and best man from our wedding Mike just hours after we arrived in Berlin. Beer and conversation flowed and at about 4am, we finally left the tiny park that had been our base of operations and wandered home through a darkened city. That makes this the fourth time Mike and I have been in Germany together, including 24 hours in 2006 that included a Mexican soccer rally complete with someone's homemade Tequila. It's never ...
... thanks to Vicky. We had kebops (or the Eastern European version of Kebobs) for lunch along with some Starbucks. (Both were delicious :) ) Lastly, we made it to our third continent in the last week: Asia. That's right, we crossed the Bosphorus Strait in an underground train to get lost for several hours in Asia. We had to get a cab because we were so far away from tourist attraction that no one spoke English, and our maps were out of range. (Thanks nick.) ...