Stayed there for one night in a family triple room on 1st floor, 2 adults and 2 kids. The hotel's design is reminiscent of the style of the forst decade of 2000. But very well maintained and very, I mean, extremely clean. Large room, well appointed, good beds, average quality of sheets, towels and toiletries but more than satisfsctory. Free bottled water for all guests, nice touch. Good, spacious bathroom with a generous shower booth with fantastic pressure. The dark coloured tilework was a bit oppressive in a bathroom with no natural light or ventilation. Great comfortable beds. The only drawback is the absence of blackout curtains. The ample window surface is covered with quite thick blinds that filter out quite a lot of light but far from enough. Then they have some velvety curtains that are sadly mostly for design purposes they can't be maneouvred in order to cover more than approx 25% of the window area. So you'll be up early, count on it!. Which is not too bad as you can get a good start on a great breakfast spread. Absolutely delicious. Do not miss! Then the staff speaks reasonably good english are very nice and efficient with check in/out, directions, calling cabs, etc. Ample parking lot in the backyard. Location somewhat remote from old city center, cca 1.7km away (20 min on foot or 15 liras away by cab). Close by you can get pretty much everything you need from small shops situated 100m away. Also 200m away there s a shopping mall with exchange office and whatnot. Definitely recommend this hotel and will return to it on the next occassion (soon, I hope).