The Print House Hotel
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Quarto casal luxo, 1 cama King
Máx. 2 adultos
Quarto triplo standard, várias camas
Máx. 3 adultos
Quarto duplo econômico, para não fumantes
Máx. 2 adultos
Quarto duplo luxo, para não fumantes
Máx. 2 adultos
Informações do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
Alemdar Caddesi Guzel Sanatlar Sok no:5 - Istanbul, Istanbul - Turquia - 34122
Comodidades do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
Avaliação dos hóspedes
Pontuação dos viajantes
Perfil dos viajantes
Viagem a sós
Viagem com amigos
Resumo das pontuações
Qualidade do sono
Opção certa em Istambul
Avaliou em 3 de julho de 2018
Fomos dois dias a Istambul , e queríamos um hotel perto do centro e com preço razoável , este é ótimo , fica perto da mesquita azul , podemos ir a pe para o bazar , o atendimento é excelente, ajudaram nos , deram dicas , foram mesmo impecáveis connosco , se voltar a Istambul fico lá de novo . Bom pequeno almoço e ainda nos marcaram os transferes para o aeroporto . Excelente opção .
Melhor localização em Sultanamet
Avaliou em 2 de junho de 2015
Hotel bem pequeno mas com quarto confortável e moderno. Cama box, lençol e toalhas de banho novas, ar condicionado e frigo bar e uma mesa de apoio com cadeira. Janela anti-ruído. O quarto é bem silencioso.Não tem cofre. Tudo novo e extremamente limpo. Está a 5 minutos a pé dos sites principais, 20 minutos a pé do Grand Bazar. O ponto negativo é o café da manhã. Muito fraco. É difícil de achar e recomendo que use o serviço de transfer na chegada. Como o hotel é perto do aeroporto, na saída compensa pegar um taxi.
Don't stay here.
Avaliou em 18 de novembro de 2022
1. I booked a room in this hotel with booking.com. Obviously the hotel prefers to get clients from booking, but does not want to pay their fee, so what they do is inform booking.com that the client's card is not working - in this case you get 24 hours to renew your card, after which the booking is cancelled. I tried to contact the hotel regarding the payment (my card was valid and active and had sufficient funds), but the hotel never replied. Later at check-in they told me that they never tried charging my card. Several hours after check-in the hotel confirmed to booking.com that my card still was not working, and my booking was cancelled - even though by that time I was already staying at the hotel! 2. Payment. The hotel states EUR as their currency, and the prices are fixed in EUR, and cards are accepted. Nevertheless, the hotel prefers cash - they keep up the show that the terminal is not working, then they insisted that if the payment is made by card it can be made in Turkish lira only (at their own internal exchange rate, of course). After I insisted that we call booking.com right now, the terminal magically started to work properly and allowed to pay in EUR by card. The whole experience was quite unpleasant. 3. Transfer. The hotel provides a transfer for 50 EUR from the airport to the hotel. I was planning to come to the hotel after a 13 hour flight, and I did not want to deal with ordering a taxi, or finding a hotel which may be tricky in Istanbul - but I ended up waiting for 40 (FORTY!) minutes for the transfer - there were 2 people meeting me at the airport, but they did not have my name on the list, so I tried to call the hotel (which by the way never picked up the phone during the 30 minute period I kept calling, and it was normal business hours). 4. When we finally got to our room, there was no water - neither hot, nor cold. I had to go back to the reception (4 floors, no elevator) where I was told that the hotel is having some repairs done, so the water would probably be working in 20 minutes (which it did, but it was really dirty with brown color for some time). The next morning the repairs started right behind our room which was awfully loud - and then they had some wall painting or something like that, so the smell was just unbearable. 5. Security. It is normal practice to leave your bags at the hotel after check-out - do not do this if you dare to stay in this place - the bags are left in plain view in 2 meters of the open front door with no hotel staff around. By the way, all the keys are also just laying around, so you might think twice before leaving anything valuable in your room as well. And definitely do not leave the key at the reception when you go out (even though they are heave and uncomfortable to carry with you). 6. There were also some small issues - like missing slippers (one pair instead of two), a weird burn on one of the furniture pieces, some ants in the room... 7. The only good things I can say about the hotel are the location and the concept - it's quite a nice idea to have each room dedicated to a poet or a writer, even though they might have selected something less depressive when choosing the quotes they put on the walls in the room. )) And as for the location, there are quite a few hotels within a walking distance.
Excellent location and excellent comortable rooms in the heart of Sultanahmet
Avaliou em 12 de outubro de 2022
This hotel surpassed my expectations for our one night stay there. The room was ample with comfortable beds, and the bathroom was clean and fully equipped. Although we had the room next to reception, it was very quiet. They offered breakfast that was excellent, with quality food and served us an excellent Turkish coffee, one of the best I had during our 3-week trip in Turkey. The hotel is excellently located, at a 5-minute walking distance from Topkapi palace, Hagia Sophia and the Blue mosque, with lots of restaurants nearby. Overall, we had an excellent short stay, and I'll have it in mind to book with them in my next trips to Istanbul.
Guess it was a printing house before 🤔
Avaliou em 30 de abril de 2022
Nice little hotel with clean beds and spacious bright rooms. The hotel is located in the back streets which gives a tourist a nice atmosphere merging with local life style and very close to Topkapi, etc. The hotel is not wheel-chair friendly and I wouldn’t recommend anyone staying there who has a physical challenges. I was struggling with stairs but that was the only challenge. Nice terrace for breakfast. Overall i would recommend this hotel for a short stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful.