Pets not allowed.
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Based on 313 reviews
Heavy smell of smoke in non smoking rooms
Nice looking hotel, it must have been great 10 years ago.. We checked in, went to the room, it was smelling like someone smoked there all day for the last 10 years. Very strong and deep smell of an ashtray. Immediately asked for a change, 2nd room was the same. We had to go out so asked them to sort it out while we were out. When we came back they moved our suitcases to a different room which was even more smelly.... Also; - Dirty and smelly carpet in the rooms - 5 dollars for a cup of lousy small coffee!!! - Lame breakfast - No internet in the room
Nothing wrong with it, but not really a premium hotel.
This is a 4 star hotel in a very fashionable area (too fashionable - more about that later), but due to a combination of covid and the Turkish Lira being incredibly cheap right now, we managed to stay for the price of a chain hotel in the UK. We arrived on a Friday night - staff were super friendly and efficient. Decor in the corridors was disappointingly a bit past it. The wallpaper was ripped at low level every metre or so - it’s just been knocked by suitcases or cleaners carts, but surely should have been replaced. Corridor lighting was dim - I’ve never understood why hotels do that - perhaps to disguise worn decor? I expected better from a 4 star hotel. Our room was a decent size and the bed was large and firm. Only 2 pillows were provided, both of which were too soft for us. I’m sure they would have provided alternatives if we asked, but there were none provided (probably due to covid) but also none offered. There was no room service menu, or mention of it or even a QR code to scan. We did see plates left outside rooms, so presumably it was available. No minibar, but the fridge was stocked with water - again, probably a response to covid, but I wasnt complaining - checking out by simply giving back my key and saying goodbye suits me far better than waiting for housekeeping to check the fridge. The bathroom was a fair size and the pressure in the shower was good - note shower, no bath - suits me, but others may miss a tub. Decor was generally in good condition and the room had clearly been renewed in the past few years. We stayed on the 5th floor - no sea view - a car park in fact, but we didn’t pay for one so no complaints - The terrace is on the 6th floor meaning that the noise of moving chairs and people talking was present when you were trying to sleep in the evening and as they set up for breakfast in the morning. Our ceiling also showed signs of damage - I was mildly concerned that a particularly plump person dancing might fall through - but predictably nothing happened. We didn’t eat at the hotel - with Covid there was no breakfast buffet and the individual breakfasts we saw being brought out were not the most impressive looking. There are literally hundreds of places to eat within a 20 minute walk and in this area, not being able to speak Turkish is not a major obstacle as most places have English menus and staff are likely to know enough English to make ordering and paying no problem. A big issue was the air conditioning - it was set to heating only as confirmed by the porter - our room was uncomfortably hot for 3 nights. The best we could do was to open the window (and let bugs and noise in). It was good that he told us, as it saved me bothering beyond checking that it was set to cool and at a low temperature, but why bother with room controls at all if they are not enabled? There was also no safe in the room - seriously - why is this not standard in every hotel? Speaking of the terrace - it managed to disappoint on most levels. Friday and Saturday night were full of people who wanted to be seen… Needless to say - the “cool” and rather disdainful clientele made this not my kind of place. We visited again during the day and remained unimpressed - it was a bit stuffy and formal. The seaview was undeniably impressive - we ate at the fish restaurant Saltator opposite and had afternoon drinks at Mirrors bar in the same complex - they were much more relaxed, but while their terraces were only 2 stories lower, the treeline along the coast did mean that their views simply couldn’t compete. The hotel is in an upmarket area - a short walk from one of the biggest shopping streets on the Asian side - very much an Oxford Street equivalent if you are familiar with London- if you wanted to take advantage of the cheap Lira this would be a very convenient location - we didn’t (OK, I didn’t!). During “Covid” the shopping street and trendy bars and restaurants are also not necessarily the most safe places in terms of social distancing - far too many rich kids and their parents making the barest of attempts to comply. The seaside area is fantastic - albeit very popular (read crowded) at weekends, with people having picnic breakfasts and walking / running / cycling / Marti’ing (Electric scooters to rent via an app - can’t register a foreign number if using Android). I am very happy to have stayed here but am sorry to say that I have no interest in returning. People seem to visit for the proximity to the shopping and to “be seen”, neither of which appeal to me. That said, I am old before my time - if you want to be close to a high end shopping street and in an area with trendy bars, this is the place for you!
This is my fourth stay in the hotel over the past 1.5 years. The service as well as not getting better is getting worse. The rooms have access to internet depending on their location and are not reliable. When I complained to the reception I was informed that if I am not near a wifi spot which many rooms are not I would face the problem. I was informed to ask for a room near these facilities next time without even an apology or offer to move me to a room which would have better internet reception. The room itself was one of the weirdest hotel rooms I ever stayed in. Having been located behind an elevator shaft it was long and narrow and one needed binoculars to watch the tv from the bed. With a better design this could have been avoided which I can figure out quite easily and I am not in hotel or designing business. I gave up on the breakfast in my last visit where the service is bad and tea always bitter
I stayed at this hotel two times. Everything was perfect. Staff so friendly and supportive Cleanliness perfect Location perfect Breakfast perfect Room big & comfortable Atmosphere perfect Many good restaurants and bars are around the hotel Thank you Suadiye Hotel I recommend this hotel to everyone and will choose this hotel again in Istanbul
it was alright
The hotel's location is fabulous but the beds are uncomfortable they certainly need an upgrade the rooms are nicely decorated the showers are not bad the Personnel is very nice we had asked for a non-smoking room but they gave us a smoking one but they gladly changed it but again since there were no free rooms it was another smoking room but at least there was no smell because not previous room an awful smell was coming from the toilet like sewage the breakfast was very good I'm not sure it's worth the price maybe for the location if they change the beds get better beds more comfortable ones then it would be worth the price