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This hotel is very old from inside out. The rooms are very small, the hotel was smelly. No housekeeping or room service. The wifi connection was very bad and internet is slow. Only one positive thing about the hotel is the location. I will never...More
The title is the summary of my experience at this place. License should be removed and destroyed.
Small room (out of the reasonable), dirt floor, horrible sheets (I did not remove my clothes), furniture coming from the ottoman empire.
Bath (if we can use this...More
Very strange and weird staff. Very creepy rooms and decor. Dirty unsafe disgusting hotel. Damp and mouldy rooms, broken lifts.
Awful dark dingy rooms damaged furnishings. Strange goings on in hotel.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS HOTEL!
Worst hotel I have ever stayed at. Both beds in our room were infested with bed bugs!! Oh, not to mention black mold all over the walls. They wouldn't let us switch rooms when we mentioned the black mold. The staff member told us that...More
2 Thank Amanda O
Response from turvan, Ön Büro Müdürü at Turvan HotelResponded 4 January 2018
Dear Amanda ,
We've been trying to help you throughout your stay.
But every day you are starting to come to me with a different problem. You threatened us. You told us you would write bad comments. But we did not expect this much.
if u r too picky its not
ur type hotel to stay at .its for those ppl who spend all the day outside and just want a hot bath and sleep.near tram metro station ,eminouno ferry ,u can walk to kadikoy to galata...More
Thank Sarah Z
Response from turvan, Ön Büro Müdürü at Turvan HotelResponded 28 November 2017
Dear Sarah Z ,
Thank you for your comments. Wish to see you again.
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