The hotel has 65 guest rooms (single, double and triple) and 2 suites, whose style is acceptable but far from flawless.
Of the 65 rooms in the hotel, we saw one double room and one suite.
The former was an explosion of strong colours, with a blue carpet and a burgundy bed matching the curtains and tiling. Scarlet red is also on show in the bathroom, the style of which we found original and pleasant.
However, the Art Deco detail simply doesn't make up for the general condition of the place. The bathroom, for example, is rather small, the bathtub drab (to put it kindly) and the wash basin chipped. The bathroom therefore leaves a lot to be desired, betraying the basic level of care enjoyed by the rooms and sanitation facilities. The lime rendering over the holes in the walls was the last straw in the room we looked at.
Moving on to the suite, the view over Laleli is attractive, but we aren't sure the category is appropriate. Indeed, it is no more than a family room with four beds (one master bed and two additional beds), although we did like the way the space is set out.
We were not at all impressed by the powerful smell of the spray used when getting the room ready for the next guests, mixing with the typically dusty odour of the wallpaper.
The bathroom has been better looked-after than that in the single rooms, but it could still be much cleaner.