A small hotel on a human scale, the Yigitalp has a good level of comfort in a pleasant, unpretentious setting. Laleli district, where it is located, is good for experiencing a bit of local colour.
Located in the working class shopping area of Laleli, not far from the Aksaray tram stop, you can get to Sultanahmet in 5 minutes by tram. The airport is 30-45 minutes away.
For families, 3 of the rooms are interlinked. The hotel has transfers between the hotel and the airport for 16 pounds one way per person and 12 pounds return. All the communal areas have WiFi access.
The hotel was built in 1991 and was last renovated in 2006. The architecture is not particularly distinctive and is very common. The 83 rooms are set over 7 floors. The communal areas are dark but well kept. The entrance lobby makes up for this lack of light with a very green bar lounge.
The rooms are large and comfortable. Although the colours and upholstery are a bit old hat, they are actually quite warm. The rooms are well equipped, with a radio, satellite TV, air conditioning and a minibar. Safe at the reception. The bathrooms are tiled and clean. They have a bath, welcome products, towels and hairdryers.
The lobby bar is open until the evening. The restaurant can accommodate up to around 100 persons. The room is spacious but dark (no windows). Some effort has been made with the decor. Breakfast is from 7 am to 10 am in the form of a varied, copious intercontinental buffet. For lunch there is a daily set menu available between noon and 3 pm. For dinner you can choose a salad buffet or an a la carte menu of Turkish and international specialities served between 6.30 pm and 11 pm.
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