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Oglakcioglu Park Hotel Boutique Class

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It was better than my expectation. Good location near metro and train. Nice staffs. Clean room and comfortable bed and pillow. Good quality hotel accessories. Very good breakfast. Everything was perfect. There was everything you may need in the room. هتل بسيار عالي. موقعيت خوب نزديك مترو و ايستگاه قطار. كاركنان خوب. اتاق راحت و تميز. صبحانه عالي. همه چيز عالي بود و هر چيزي كه ممكن بود لازم داشته باشم در اتاق با كيفيت خيلي خوب وجود داشت.

Very good location, small rooms, very good connections if you need to use public transport. Metro station, train, are within walking distance (5-6 min). Many eateries around. The market is close by (around 10 minutes walk) and around 20 minutes takes you to Konak ferry terminal.

Convenient location near Basmane metro. Very helpful reception desk run by Tugla who speaks good English. Room was adequate for our one night stay with free water in the fridge and plenty of English news channels on the TV. Aircon worked well and wafting a perfume smell when switched on. The bed was comfortable the bathroom was compact with hairdrier and the water pressure good in shower. Stepping out of shower cubicle a bit akward as it had a sit down area by the door..both good and bad point! If I was staying a few nights I would request a room not facing a brick wall. Breakfast was very good with a great variety of fresh fruit also. The style is unique with its representations of European art painted on to walls and pillars in the foyer along with an area behind glass housing some small birds and fish. Different. Good value.

The none smoking room are with strong cigarette smell room is very small not clean i can say dirty order for 2 days left after 1 day breakfast is just ok itstart at 7am but the food ready at 7:45am I will not retun to this hotel

First of All, room is not good condition and there is no enough airconditiner that when it is starts then it smells bad. Also, there is no soap and shampoo in the room and most of time they forgot to put them. You can go another otel tht you can enjoy. Area of otel is reallt bad and there is big crowded and not safety places.

Clean,quite and with a very helpfull stuf. You will like your staing here very much. A very good location, you can go to Kemer alti on foot. Nearby you can find a lot of small or bigger restaurants with delissious food

If not in the best location of the city, very close to countless spots worth of visiting. Reasonably priced, professional staff and delicious breakfast. Strongly recommended for business and leisure travelers.

Fine hotel to stay, rooms are clean and okay. Coffe, tea and waters in the mini refrigerator are free but cokes and beers are not free of charge. Wifi is okay too. The hotel stuff is kind and helpful. I would stay here again if I came to Izmir again.

This hotel simply is a great value. They have decent rooms and great service, among other things. The only setback is that one can access the top floor by stairs from the floor below. Their breakfast is one of the best I have ever seen anywhere. The location is not the best in Izmir (it is at Cankaya, close to Basmane which was not a great neighbourhood until several decades ago), but it is essentially walking distance to Konak and Alsancak (and Kordon by that token). I recommend this hotel to anyone who lives within a budget!

From where it was on the map, the hotel seemed to be in a good location. It was close to a metro station, surrounded by numerous restaurants, and had easy access to major roads. However, parking was horrible. It was just a gravel lot across from the back of the hotel. Even though they list free parking, it is nearly impossible to reach it at certain times of the day. Hotel staff provided little help in navigating the one way streets, numerous barricades and daily afternoon closures that prevented me from getting to the parking lot. Although they had easily accessible underground parking at the front of the hotel, it was not offered to us and we only saw the nice cars coming out from that garage. The hotel seemed to cater primarily to Turkish people. Like most of the country, English signage was sorely lacking and only a few of the hotel staff spoke passable English. They weren't rude or anything like that. They just weren't very helpful because of the language barrier. The hotel lobby was cool and comfortable, but the decor was a mix of Italian art gallery meets My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Gaudy and random would be an understatement. Our top floor room had window with a wonderful view of the wall of the parking garage next door. I'm not sure why they stuck us on the top floor, even though they didn't seem full, but it was the hottest floor in the hotel. Each day we returned from a scorching hot day in the sun to a sauna of a room. The AC did work, but took time to cool off the room. Perhaps it's because the hallways weren't air conditioned and neither was the elevator. Oh, that reminds me; there's no elevator to the sixth floor. It seemed like the sixth floor was an afterthought. We had to take the elevator to the fifth floor and walk up a circular stairway to the sixth. Did I mention it was really hot in the hallways and stairways?! Our room was clean, but cigarette smoke smells lingered, despite no smoking signs throughout. The bed was okay, but there was no top sheet and no extra blankets. The solitary scratchy blanket provided barely covered the top of the bed. With two people underneath, it wasn't even enough to cover us both. I'd wake up in the middle of the night half uncovered and cold. There was a constantly leaking toilet with noisy plumbing. Each time the tank refilled about every two minutes, the valve squealed loudly like an injured cat, especially late at night. The room had a safe, but didn't work and was never fixed despite asking the staff at reception to come fix it. On the plus side, it had nice painted ceilings that resembled a sky. Which is good because the ceilings were barely two meters high. Tall people beware. Housekeeping was intermittent. If we didn't leave our room until after 12 noon, our room wouldn't get serviced. No daily water, no fresh towels. Other days, we would get extra towels and toiletries, as if to make up for the missed day. Internet was sporadic and unreliable. Sometimes it would connect, but there was no connection beyond the hotel. Many times, I ended up using my cellular data, because it was faster. Breakfast was somewhat lacking, but great if you love 12 varieties of olives, 10 salty cheeses, 10 kinds of bread, and very little of any western breakfast food. Everything was self serve buffet style, so I could eat as much as I wanted of the food I didn't really care for. At least the coffee and tea were good and plentiful. On the other hand, the hotel restaurant had really good dinner meals and served late into the evening. Service was exceptional. Great grilled items and very good manti, making it one of the few redeeming qualities of this hotel. I'm not sure what makes this hotel boutique, but it wasn't expensive, and the accommodations reflected that. Altogether, it makes this place just average. I'm sure there are much nicer places to stay in Izmir and perhaps that's why I was able to get a last minute 5-day booking.

Room options

Standard Double Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Single Room

Twin 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 1

Standard Triple Room

Twin 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Single Room, 1 Twin Bed (Inside view)

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

85% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 551 reviews