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The Elysium Istanbul Hotel - Hotel Review - Travel Accomodation - Travel and People Magazine

The Elysium Istanbul Hotel – Hotel Review

Many times, a stay in a unique hotel constitutes an unforgettable experience! In  such cases, the visitor is destined for the hotel, which gives him moments of relaxation!

Such case was for me The Elysium Istanbul Hotel. I found it searching the web, and I chose to stay there on a recent business trip to  Turkey.

The location of The Elysium Istanbul Hotel was very convenient as it is right next to the Taxim Square, a very central and well-known point of Istanbul.

Upon my arrival, I have to admit that I was not excited. Although the reception and the lobby were beautiful spaces, my room was not yet ready and they asked me to wait for about 45 minutes before I can check in.

I decided, as long as I waited, to have a coffee and connect through my mobile phone to the Internet,  to check my emails. The time passed quickly and in a while I was heading to my room!

As a matter of fact it was not a simple room, but a two-floor suite, overlooking the city, on the eighth floor of the hotel! Imagine my surprise when I walked in and I saw a very large space with a huge glass window! The suite had a kitchen, a living room, a large TV, a dining room, a WC and a desk. Following the internal stairs, I found a beautiful bedroom with a separate bathroom and very large closets!

The suite was very large, furnished with beautiful comfortable furniture and very warm! The place was clean and welcoming! I immediately made a coffee in the kitchen, and headed to the dining room! I enjoyed my coffee overlooking the city, and later I connected my laptop to the hotel’s free wifi and I answered my urgent emails!

The space was so comfortable that I did not even feel pressured! The bed was big and very comfortable and my sleep was refreshing! The bathroom, with brand new towels, was a real treat, while the view from the large glass window, especially in the evening and early in the morning, was idyllic!

The hotel breakfast was very good! The buffet featured a wide range of local and international recipes. Everything I tasted was really very tasty! The breakfast was accompanied by a delicious coffee too.

One evening I visited the hotel ‘s restaurant. The service was fast and the recipes were delicious. The food was well cooked and the prices affordable!

I stayed three nights at The Elysium Istanbul Hotel and I really had a great time! The staff always tried to help me. They were smiling  and were very helpful. The location of the hotel was very convenient and I moved comfortably in the area of Taxim and Peran.

I was very close to the pedestrian walkway of Taxim area, where there are many shops, cafes, pastry shops and restaurants. In my spare time I had many options !

The three days passed very fast and for me this trip will be unforgettable due to the very beautiful hotel that hosted me. I am looking forward to visiting The Elysium Istanbul Hotel again, and to stay again in one of its beautiful suites!

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Maria Athanssopoulos was born in the city of Tripoli, Greece, 1968. She has worked as a lawyer for almost 20 years. She writes interesting articles and takes photographs from the places she visits, since 2009. She run her own travel related web pages. She likes exploring new places and new cultures. She loves writing about her travel experiences. She also loves the art of photography. She has travelled almost all over Europe, but also in Turkey. Her plans for the future are to visit a lot more countries. Stay tuned!



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