Kasr-i Nehroz - Special Class

Em Midyat, Kasr-i Nehroz - Special Class fica a aproximadamente 5 minutos de carro de Relógio da Torre Midyat e de Mesquita de Cevat Pasha. Este hotel fica a 3,1 km de Igreja da Virgem Maria e a 3,3 km de Mosteiro Mor Hobel.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 29 quartos com geladeiras e TVs LCD. O Wi-...

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Quarto grand

1 cama de casal e 2 camas de solteiro

60 metros quadrados

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

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Máx 4 adultos

Máx 3 crianças

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1

Quarto família

1 cama de casal e 1 cama de solteiro

40 metros quadrados

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

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Máx 3 adultos

Máx 2 crianças

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Duplex

1 cama de casal e 1 sofá-cama solteiro

30 metros quadrados

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

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Máx 2 adultos

Máx 2 crianças

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Quarto standard

1 cama de casal ou 2 camas de solteiro

20 metros quadrados

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 2 adultos

Máx 1 criança

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1

Quarto solteiro

1 cama de casal

Quarto à prova de som

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

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Máx 1 adulto

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Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 14:00

Saída até: 12:00

Em Midyat, Kasr-i Nehroz - Special Class fica a aproximadamente 5 minutos de carro de Relógio da Torre Midyat e de Mesquita de Cevat Pasha. Este hotel fica a 3,1 km de Igreja da Virgem Maria e a 3,3 km de Mosteiro Mor Hobel.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 29 quartos com geladeiras e TVs LCD. O Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém você conectado e há programas via satélite para sua diversão. Banheiro privativo com chuveiros apresenta produtos de toalete de cortesia e secadores de cabelo. As comodidades incluem cofres e o serviço de arrumação nos quartos é fornecido diariamente.Saboreie uma especialidade ...

Isiklar Mah Golbasi Cad 219 Sok No 10 - Midyat, Midyat - Turquia - 47510

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 14:00

Saída até: 12:00

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Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente

    114

  • Muito Bom

    11

  • Bom

    3

  • Razoável

    0

  • Ruim

    12

Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios

    12

  • Romântica

    39

  • Viagem a sós

    2

  • Família

    23

  • Viagem com amigos

    47

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Disaster

Avaliou em 5 de janeiro de 2022

We booked a room for 2 nights 31.12.21-02.01.22 and were given room 109. Once we entered the room it was freezing, they said the room had been empty for the last week and it will warm up shortly. We opened the TV we had sound but no screen to show the display. Went to the reception the guy said all rooms are booked and that they were gonna find a solution.So l have a cold room no TV so lets chill on my phone but WTF no service, tried to connect to the wifi again WTF no signal from the router. Without having breakfast which l guess was included we left the hotel although we had another night paid. I dunno how this hotel got this high rating which fooled me going, so trust my review with pictures l included and don't be fooled by the high rates which still can't understand who gave a such good review.

the_Mstf

Hands down the worst hotel we stayed in on our 6 week trip in Turkey

Avaliou em 25 de julho de 2021

We stayed in this hotel for one night while travelling from Mardin to Tatvan. We booked the Grand Room, the most expensive room they had, with one double bed and 2 twin beds (there were photos and description of the room posted on Travelocity, the room was huge). Upon checking in we discovered that our room had one double room and a sofa…there were no twin beds in the room as advertised on Travelocity! I could’ve booked a room with a double bed and a sofa for half the cost but I specifically paid more so my 16 year old 5’8” daughter could have her own bed. But no, our 2 options were a roll away bed or a sofa. I was furious! I spent over $100 a night for this?! It was a duplex type, with stairs going up to the small second floor that had a double bed, so definitely not for people with mobility issues and should have been mentioned! Turns out my daughter’s roll away bed was a much better option than our double bed which must still be in use from centuries ago. It was rock hard and uncomfortable. Not to mention the horrible pillows. I still have a headache as I’m writing this review. There was only one tiny window in the entire room and because of it the room literally looked like a dungeon. Not to mention that the walls are not soundproof and there was very loud live music playing from the restaurant. We mentioned the fact that we couldn’t sleep at a local cafe and they started laughing saying that this hotel is somewhat of a local Turkish club. This should have been mentioned in hotel description! The music was so loud (and not even good) that we were dying until midnight when it finally stopped. Absolutely unacceptable! At least provide guests with ear plugs!! Then at 1:10 am the room phone started ringing, I just fell asleep at that point. Some guy was saying something in Turkish so I told him that I don’t understand and hung up. 2 min later someone started banging on our door so ran downstairs in our pjs thinking there’s a fire. A man from the reception was there repeating “otocar otocar otocar” and started pointing to follow him outside. I told my husband to get the car keys because it sounded like he said car and I was just afraid that something happened to our car. Imagine my surprise when the guy took us to someone’s car and pointed for us to move it because it was blocking someone’s door!!! It wasn’t even our car! We pointed to our car that was parked correctly and he was like no, this car. At that point I just started screaming and we walked away. In a civilized hotel they ask you to write down the plate number so they would know what car belongs to what guest. In this hotel it looks like they bang on every room looking for the car owner. Honestly I have never seen anything like this before. It’s like a wild wild west there. On top of that the ac (which was covered up with a decorative gate so we couldn’t reach it) was cooling the first floor to such extent that I had to give 2 blankets to my daughter, it was freezing. But the second floor, which was like 3-4 meters above was boiling hot. My husband and I were covered in sweat. Out of curiosity I checked what the temperature was and sure enough it was 95F. The bathroom door did not close all the way and so would not lock, and the hotel didn’t respond to any of my emails or whatsapp messages. Even though their website says to use Whatsapp to contact them…My daughter’s bed/sofa/roll away was not set up when we came in the room and they only called for housekeeping to do so after I started getting mad… and I emailed them in the morning confirming our stay…I’m curious where they thought a 16 year old would sleep, in between me and my husband on a tiny double bed? Plus, there were no sheets in the room for me to make up the sofa bed. The woman checking us in seemed completely uninterested and said that she didn’t speak English. Usually hotel/restaurant staff would communicate with us via google translate, but nope. Not in this hotel, it seems that they are completely uninvolved with guests. Wifi was non existent in our room. And they call themselves a luxury hotel? Lol yeah ok. Since we have stayed in a cave hotel in Cappadocia and then some truly beautiful very old stone hotels in Sanliurfa and Mardin this hotel was nothing special to us architecturally, we’ve seen better. I definitely wish we stayed someplace else.

kristinka09

Unbelievable

Avaliou em 26 de junho de 2021

What can I say? This place is soo beautiful , every corner, every room, eating dinner at rooftop, next day very good breakfast included. The manger, Jessamine and everyone around so kind and helpful. Thank you . Great beginning of our roadtrip in southeastern Turkey

Vicky07Miami_FL

One of my best hotel experiences on Turkey road trip

Avaliou em 15 de novembro de 2020

My stay here was so great that it took willpower to leave! The hotel and its rooms are beautifully designed. The delightful staff hardly speak English but made a huge effort with automatic translators and sign language. By way of example they quoted me a reduced price for the room and we agreed on it, but once they realised I was travelling solo they unilaterally reduced it still further. They are really welcoming, honest and decent folk. The restaurant serves delicious food (especially the lamb dishes and desserts), while breakfast is a cheese-feast (so much it almost feels like a waste). Even more important they serve wine which is rare in Midyat and indeed similar nearby towns. There is a coffee shop close by in the atmospheric old town but the hotel should also invest in a proper coffee machine (as elsewhere in provincial towns it’s either Nescafe’ or sludgy Turkish coffee). I would actually come back here specially for a long weekend or even a week. I found Midyat friendlier than the more obviously pretty Mardin and it’s a perfect base for the surrounding monasteries and churches as well as Hasankeyf. Kasr-I-Nehroz merits a special trip, along with the equally lovely Hanehan hotel in Sanliurfa. Perhaps design a trip combining the two? You will love it !

NYorkmoors

Such a perfect authentic hotel

Avaliou em 13 de outubro de 2019

Building is a restorated ancient mansion wich has a story. If you are looking for hospitality, tasty breakfast and delicious dinners with selected reigional wines, kind and helpfull smily staff, clean and rustic decorated modern rooms, this is the right place for you and your family.

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