Altinoz Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I confess to have chosen this hotel because it was the only available. After my reservation I read the appalling comments of previous visitors. Thanks God, my experience was good. The room was on the second floor facing the road. The staff is kind. The breakfast is varied and good. Anyway the oranges were almost as old as me. At the reception they try to sell out tours but if you insist on having practical information about public means of transport, they give you correct answers. The room is spacious and has got a fridge. Nobody tried to charge me anything I hadn’t used. The problem of rooms is that windows are covered by a yellow tent letting the sunrays in in the morning. The working of the safe isn’t very simple. After many endeavors, I asked for help from the reception. I went in May. The pool was available but the water too cold but this isn’t the hotel’s fault. I arranged for the balloon ride at the reception. They charged me the right price. The hotel is the best solution to visit Cappadocia by public means of transport. In fact, the dolmus stop for almost every important place in Cappadocia is opposite the hotel. You will see the destination written in the front of the dolmus. You pay (very few money) directly to the driver, according to your destination, when you are inside the dolmus.
The only positive thing to say is that it is clean and the bed is ok. The wifi is not so strong and you have to logon all the time with your passport number. The morning buffet and evening buffet was of really poor quality. No revisit planned. Staff not overly friendly
We stayed in this hotel 3 nights on a package tour to Cappadocia. The room was not too big, and in spite of it being a double room, it had only one chair! The beds were on the hard side. The bathroom was acceptable with bathtub and shower. We got fresh towels daily. The food was very plain and not varied. The best was a fresh omelette for breakfast prepared, while you waited. There was WiFi in the lobby, but quite slow.
Nice gracious rooms with enough space to keep luggage as well as a sit out. Baths are a good size, and clean with fresh towels provided on both days. They have the facility of a Turkish Bath as well, costs around 35 U S Dollars for about an hour and half. There are shops situated just around the corner if one requires to buy any thing at a pinch. The Bell boys are especially pleasing and very helpful. But the older bearers at the dining room were surly. The younger boys were helpful and pleasing. We were there for two days.
Fairly basic. No ramp for suitcases, of course (every hotel in the world, please note) and nobody around on arrival. Twin beds were not very big, and lovely view of derelict site opposite. Staff a bit surly, and when you go to pay your bar bill there is the usual attempt to fleece you for a bit extra. They don't like giving receipts. It wasn't that bad, but it wasn't that good either. Food a bit boring. Whatever you do, don't attempt to walk down the slopes on each floor which I assume are intended for the bell boys to slide cases down. I fell tlat on my back. Make sure you have a sink plug in your luggage.
Stayed here for 3 nights as part of an RDS tour. Twin beds rather than a double were disappointing and the room was somewhat cramped, but it and the bathroom were clean. Our experience was nothing like that of the reviewer from Highclere. Staff were friendly and smiling, the food was quite acceptable for a mid-range hotel (lovely omelettte for breakfast), wi-fi available in the lobby but not in our bedroom. Swimming pool was bracing (i.e. cold!). The hotel accepted lira and not just euros. You get what you pay for, and it was OK.
We visited this depressing place as part of a RSD tour of the area. We were forced to stay here for 3 nights and brought to mind a Eastern Bloc Hotel from the 1950's. The whole place is stuck in a time warp and it is filthy. We arrived in the evening after a long day travelling from Antalya, and my wife and I could not believe the state of the place. The room we were given was dark and there was a pile of salt in the middle of the bathroom covering up an old plumbing fitting. When I leant over the bath to turn on the shower, the wall handle fell off and I fell into the cast iron bath. I took the handle down to reception and they assured me that they would bring me a new one!!! The fact that it had fallen off the wall was missed all together. As I was soaking in the bath, I noticed that the paint (yes dear reader...the paint) started to peel off the inside of the bath!! The hotel was so desperate to try to clean the room up, that they had given the bath a coat of white gloss paint (badly) I removed a few lengths of paint and, once again, took them to reception. Shrugged shoulders was the response. The indoor pool was cold and dark, but being a resourceful chap, I found the fuse box and got three lights to flicker on. The sauna was closed for 'repair' so my wife and I had a traditional Turkish Bath...well, after we paid cash at reception and waited for the marble slabs to warm up. Like most of the tourist places we visited, everyone hates their own currency (Turkish Lira) and for some reason only accepts Euros. This hotel in no exception and we had to ask for conversions on all transactions. The waiters were unfriendly and, in the main bloody rude! The lifts were filthy, the room was filthy and barely cleaned each day (they left all used glasses for three days and the bed was not made on the final evening) the lighting was terrible and the food was recycled every day in another (badly disguised) form. The owners had obviously tried to improve the place but did not have any money, so they just painted everything in site, hoping no one would notice. It did not work. it is the obsession in Turkey to replace every light fitting with something that gives off about 5 amps. and this hotel is no exception. If you want to shave, be sure you have a good memory for faces, you will need it! If you want to know what the hotel used to look like, look at their brochure, it is light years out of date. We hated the Altinos and, had it not been for the good humour of our fellow guests, it would have ruined our holiday. Make sure it does not ruin yours, book elsewhere....anywhere!
The staff was friendly and helpful. The front desk manager Mr. Ramazan was very helpful and very kind. The hotel is located in the city center. Walking distance to everything. Shopping center, mall, bus station, …. Room was big. Bathroom clean. Shower not very comfortable. I would have preferred the telephone type. Wi fi in bedrooms poor.
Three nights stay. Room was adequate but looked like not cleaned properly. Breakfast and dinner was repetitive but you could almost always sure to like some dishes. The lobby has free Wi-Fi which was good but reception in the room was terrible. Reception staff were very friendly and helpfulIt is a good base to visit Cappadocia sites which were really amazing.Pigeon valley. Uchisar. Goreme. Cavusin we coulnt have enough of the faiy chimneys . Good value as part of RSD Tour.
Stayed here late November/early December as part of a RSD Travel tour. Depressing decor in rooms and dining room although the bar area was slightly more cheerful. Room overlooked stret and was exceedingly noisy from traffic and adjoining rooms. The bed was terrible, rock hard and the linen seemed not to have been rinsed as was stiff and irritating. I woke with redn sore skin all three mornings. The duvet cover contained an old blue blanket, no duvet. Towels also appeared to have not been rinsed after washing but this just added to the gloom of a bathroom where the toilet roll holder constantly fell off the wall, hairs lurked in corners, the basin appeared grubby and lighting was poor. Breakfast was acceptable but evening meal was dull and unapetising with a very limited choice of hot food and deserts. Bar prices were reasonable but paid over £2.00 for a small cup of warm water and a small sachet of Nescafe. The telephone in one of the glass lifts was hanging off by its flex. Service was surly. Hope never to go back here.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a 5-minute walk of Urgup Museum, Altinoz Hotel is within a 15-minute stroll of Nevsehir Museum. This 120-room, 4-star hotel has an indoor pool along with free in-room WiFi and free valet parking. Sehitler Park and Zeki Soyak Park are also near this Nevsehir hotel.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Ocakbasi, which specializes in Turkish cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All 120 recently renovated accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Other standard amenities include minibars, free newspapers, and free local calls.
Altinoz Hotel features an indoor pool, a children's pool, and a fitness center. There's free valet parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for TRY 30 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and 2 meeting rooms.
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44% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 91 reviews