Cihan Palas

Com ótima localização no coração de Ancara, Cihan Palas está a 5 minutos de caminhada de Suluhan e de Mesquita Aslanhane. Este hotel para famílias fica a 3,6 km de Anitkabir e a 5,1 km de Praça de Kizilay.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 61 quartos com geladeiras e TVs LCD. Os quartos possuem varan...

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Quarto casal ou duplo standard, para não fumantes, Vista para a cidade

1 cama de casal

Quarto à prova de som, com 20 metros quadrados, varanda e vista para a cidade

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Máx 2 adultos

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Quarto triplo standard, 3 camas de solteiro, para não fumantes, Vista para a cidade

3 camas de solteiro

Quarto à prova de som, com 32 metros quadrados, varanda e vista para a cidade

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Máx 2 crianças

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Quarto standard, 1 cama de solteiro, Vista para a cidade

1 cama de solteiro

Quarto à prova de som, com 20 metros quadrados, varanda e vista para a cidade

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Máx 1 adulto

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Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 12:00

Saída até: 12:00

Com ótima localização no coração de Ancara, Cihan Palas está a 5 minutos de caminhada de Suluhan e de Mesquita Aslanhane. Este hotel para famílias fica a 3,6 km de Anitkabir e a 5,1 km de Praça de Kizilay.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 61 quartos com geladeiras e TVs LCD. Os quartos possuem varandas particulares. O Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém você conectado e há programas via satélite para sua diversão. Banheiros apresentam chuveiros, produtos de toalete de cortesia e secadores de cabelo.Saboreie uma especialidade em um dos 2 restaurantes neste hotel ou hospede-se no local e aproveite o serviç...

Sanayi Cd. 5 B - Ankara, Ankara - Turquia - 06050

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 12:00

Saída até: 12:00

Avaliação dos hóspedes

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Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente

    4

  • Muito Bom

    5

  • Bom

    2

  • Razoável

    1

  • Ruim

    0

Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios

    4

  • Romântica

    1

  • Viagem a sós

    2

  • Família

    2

  • Viagem com amigos

    1

Resumo das pontuações
  • Atendimento

  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos

Dark, Old-Fashioned Hotel in a Good Location

Avaliou em 30 de abril de 2013

I booked this hotel when seeing its website pictures. I thought it's a good price (breakfast included) with good location. But the hotel was actually older and a lot more out-of-date than the pictures shown in its website. The room was dark with old-fashioned furniture. The hotel itself was quiet and also dark. I felt like I was staying in a haunted house. Hotel staff were helpful and polite but hardly speak English. I luckily met a gentleman in the lobby who also worked in the Chamber of Commerce (not sure whether he's the hotel owner). He was helpful and friendly. He told me information about good restaurants and hammam I wanted to go. Hotel responses to previous reviews suggested that the hotel was already renovated. With its convenient location and good price, I think more guests will have a better holiday experience than me.

Banglumpoo

Price and location

Avaliou em 22 de abril de 2013

The hotel is located at the city center, it is close to the citadel, museums and roman bath. Transportation is easy "dolmus" is very cheap you can hop on and off at any time. Rooms are newly renowated, the best thing is the wifi its free and available at all areas, the terrace has a nice Ankara view. The price for the location and breakfast included stay is cheap. there is also bus stop and metro, There is a huge park Genclik they have light shows everyday @ 20 you can watch by the terrace but i prefer to go there, they have an amusement park also. Finally the building is old but rooms are new and clean within this price range its a good deal.

Canovar

You get less than what you pay for.

Avaliou em 27 de junho de 2012

Firstly, it may have been 'yeni' when it first opened last century, but is a relic now. It is dated, dark and behind with the times. They still have the same decor, furniture and room furnishings from when they first opened, except that they are in much worse condition. Our first room cost 90 TL a night. It was fairly average and small. 90 TL is a bit much for a room with no real perks nor benefits so we downgraded to a cheaper room on the sixth floor. It was really hot up there, especially without air-conditioning (the air-conditioning in the more expensive room was not that great as it was controlled by the staff - all we could do was turn it on and off manually). Cleanliness does not seem to be a priority of the hotel as we had to ask them every time we wanted our room cleaned, and when we did, the cleaning staff took their time and we had to wait in the depressing lobby for them to finish. This is the first hotel I have stayed at where you have to ask to have your room cleaned and hand over the key! There is no sign to hang on the door to ask for housekeeping or which says 'Do not disturb'. Our floor was noisy as they were renovating in the room next door and the staff chatted loudly as they walked up and down our corridor on a daily basis. We chose not to have breakfast with either room because it was too expensive for what they were serving and the restaurant was always very dark and unused, in keeping with the old and creepy theme of the hotel. The location is ok if you want to see old buildings and other historical sights, most of which are within walking distance. However, the Yeni is situated in Ulus, which is in the old section of the city, so it is a bit far from trendy, lively foreign areas like Tunali Hilmi Street and Gaziosmanpasa. Anka Mall is not that far from the Yeni, but all the other major malls (those on Eskisehir Road) are quite far away. To be honest, the Ulus district does not offer much for the foreign traveller besides its historical significance. You will have to go to Kizilay (the modern city) and its surrounding areas for business, night life etc. With the poor quality of the hotel and its location, I will not be staying at the Yeni again. The people who run the hotel do not seem to care about the hotel nor its guests. During our time there, we rarely saw other guests and were excited when we did - it was comforting to know that we were not alone.

Sakura199

Reasonable City hotel

Avaliou em 7 de novembro de 2009

Ok Yeni means New in Turkish- but Yeni hotel is an old style 3*** turkish traditional hotel. Hotel is located right in the busy old city center of Ulus. Ulus has a bad reputation, as you see real life here, the goods and the bads. I found it charming. Best of all- you are within walking distance to most of the sights. Metro 100 mtrs from hotel, supermarket right next to hotel, shops, marketplace and eateries right on the doorstep. Noisy area, remember ear plugs. Rooms are on the dated side- just means that furniture are not the newest and colours from the 70´ties. Rooms are quite big, comfy beds, dated aircon, big bathroom, minbar, and sat.tv with news in many languages. And they all have WIFI!!!! Breakfast could be improved- it consists of traditional turkish breakfast- bread, butter, jam, cheese, olives, honey, cucumber, tomatoes and cold cuts- nothing wrong there- but they use the same knife for meat and veggies- means that your cucumber and cheese tastes of meat. tes is served- and you have to order coffee (did not pay though)- but a simple thing as milk was not provided. I was on a halfboard deal as I had to stay working at hotel a lot- paid EUR10 per day- quite a high price- and the food was not very good, and not homecooked. Most staff at the Yeni are kind and hospittable- some are not. A few speak a little english, but again, a smile and respect will get you far. Old policies as no guests in room still extists here- meant it was hard to work with colleagues stopping by. So, for the price I payed and the location plus the wifi I would certainly stay again. If you are at a stop over to see main sights of Ankara- which is a wonderful city by the way- The Yeni is a good choice. Just dont expect Radisson for EUR20 per night:-)

Aeronaut65

Cheap price nice hotel

Avaliou em 29 de outubro de 2007

Witihin these prices hotel is very very logical. Rooms have own battubs, cable tv, refrigerator, air con, it is in the middle of the city. Close to metro, bus and central bus station. You can surf at the lobby, internet is free and at the lobby they have wireless zone. İt is a nice 3 star hotel.

sergeant06