- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Abro Necatibey3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed 1 night. They gave me a room without window. Also there was no fan or AC!!! There was a dirty water in middle of the restroom, also washing basin was broken. Towels was dirty, I mean in one towel there was black dots! one sheet was dirty. wall was dirty and almost black! there was no hanger in the wardrobe. You can watch only Turkish channels. Only location was good in main street near kizilay.
Can be Noisy, but its very central very busy part of Ankara, Service was great food was great and the almost rooftop restaurant lovely with really scenic views. The staff although English could be better were very polite .
The location is very good! Breakfast is borderline! There are some deferent type of rooms budget rooms which i have reserved are in the middle beside noisy elevator door and windows are opened into middle inside corridor cigarette smell really annoying, it is not so clean but tolerable... No one speak english at all other than morning reception The name on building is deniz atlanta as in many other apps and maps it is Breakfast is average The view of restaurant is perfect from 8 floor Other rooms kind are much more facilitated and much more better view If you have walking difficulty it would hard to reach to restaurant Restaurant is noisy by birds on roof! And not so clean by flies on floor! Rooms don't have inside water boiler and no mini bar! However you can call restaurant! And pay for it!
terrible noise from other guests 24/7,the staff didn't do anything about it.no closet in the room.dirty bathroom,very old,broken.staff isn't smiling.no window.never again!not even for free.very disappointed!
If you're looking for a basic, good value hotel - Deniz Atlanta is a pretty good option for the price. I ended up with a 3 person room and paid the price for a single (which as previous comments I have found, basically gave you a window into the hallway). Notwithstanding the language difficulties with the staff, they are very helpful and it's well positioned in the centre of the city and to the Metro. There could be improvements including the cleanliness but overall I was pretty satisfied with my stay. If you're looking for more historical value on your visit find a hotel near Ulus.
The hotel is centrally located. We stayed 2 days. Staff is impolite and rude. There are two types of rooms, budget and normal. In budget ones, there is no sunlight, in short, no windows. The normal rooms are better.
Stayed for 1 day at this hotel, Its centrally located. Top floor breakfast is good for the view of the entire city. Staff was polite and helpful, but only few knew english which was a problem at times. Cons: The hotel is missable, although its on main street. It has only a small door for enterance.
I spent a Saturday and Sunday night here and found it much better than what a lot of the reviews say. We stayed in the cheapest room available (number 310) and I was expecting the worst when I turned up. I was going to treat the experience here as a humorous stop over because you don't get to spend a couple of nights in "the worst hotel in Ankara" or "an absolute dive" very often. Keeping in mind that it was the cheapest room we could find the room was a good size for a couple and size wise it was at least three times larger than what I spent more money on to stay in in Hong Kong not including the bathroom (which was also bigger than our Hong Kong hostel/ hotel room). The room needed a fresh coat of paint and was a little rough around the edges but clean enough and the bed was comfortable with clean sheets. No we did not have a window or good ventilation but only really slept in the room and it didn't get hot or too stuffy at all. The place is noisy. Saturday night I was woken up several times by people talking, partying and having a great time but its what I expected. Sunday night was fine. So be warned the place has very thin walls. Breakfast was good. Location was very good, a 20min walk to the Anitkabur Monument and the castle on the hill. lots of restaurants, shops and bars within its vicinity also. The staff member we dealt with was friendly and welcoming when we arrived, also the restaurant staff we talked to (Breakfast was good) were polite enough. You get what you pay for, if you'r a light sleeper and need a good nights sleep pay more and go elsewhere, otherwise for a short stop over in Ankara I would recommend this place and will use it again if I ever come back to Ankara on a budget.
I stayed there in March 2014, for a week, as a team colleague had already booked a room and I followed him. I also made the mistake to pay on arrival, prior seeing the room, otherwise I would have left immediately after seeing it. As I was told my room was a good one, but what "good" means in that hotel, is well below what one would expect. The hotel itself is very old and probably never renovated. The carpets in the hallways are worn out as if Beyazid Sultan himself has walked on and were always full of crumbles and all sorts of other bits, which made them look even more dirty. Room painting was dirty. I shall provide no description here, but it looked disgusting. Bathroom had patched faience, cracked shower end, no ventilation other than through the room itself and was stinking. On the good side, bed sheets and towels were changed almost daily. But where they wash the towels, they probably only used chlor, hence they smell bad. Breakfast was fairly basic and no change whatsoever every day. It simply served the purpose, but that was all. Staff speaks no English. Restaurant was made by adding a light structure on top of the original building, hence every morning, you can hear the pigeons fighting on the tin roof above your head. Worse, there are several rooms with some small window toward the hallways and with no natural light and the only ventilation is from the hallways. Which is not good at all, as people are often smoking there. Avoid rooms with numbers 01, 03, 06 and 10, as these are the ones with no outside window, on every floor. Rooms 02 and 04 are having windows toward the main street, hence may be noisy. But think they both have three single beds. Yes, the location is indeed good and you might be able to negotiate the rate. If you want to pay when booking in advance, which gives you a discount, be careful and only do that if you are 100% sure you go there, as otherwise they don't refund the money. Which for a day or two, may sound understandable, but not if you book/ pay for a longer period. Briefly, for a short and relatively cheap accommodation, it does the job, but otherwise, don't go there. Sure enough, they will not see me there anymore.
If you want to save money then this is probably the best option, it's clean and comfortable and the breakfast is just about ok, also its a very central location within walking distance of the major shopping area and the subway. The negatives are that the room we stayed in had NO window which was not good at all,, ZERO natural light and very noisy due to other people. Also people kept smoking in the hall and the smell kept seeping into our room. It's ok if you're not staying very long.
- Walking distance to Ethnographic Museum
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Kizilay within a short walk of Ethnographic Museum, Hotel Abro Necatibey is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Column of Julian. This 3-star hotel has 68 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. It's in central Ankara and also close to Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and Haci Bayram Mosque.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.
Hotel Abro Necatibey's 68 rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and bidets. Desks are also available.
Guests of Hotel Abro Necatibey enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Parking is TRY 15 per day (TRY 20 per day for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle for TRY 130 per person one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and barbecue grills.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
26.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 55 reviews