Finding an ideal hotel in Ankara does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ankara Princess Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Ankara Princess Hotel provide air conditioning, a minibar, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Ankara Princess Hotel guests have access to room service. You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Kizilay Square (0.1 mi) and Aslanhane Camis (1.2 mi), guests of Ankara Princess Hotel can easily experience some of Ankara's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Ankara's popular doner kebab restaurants such as Gunaydin Kebap Restaurant, Kebap 49, and Haci Arif bey, all a short distance from Ankara Princess Hotel.
Best of all, Ankara Princess Hotel makes it easy to experience many great Ankara attractions like Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Roman Baths, and Temple of Augustus, which are some popular ancient ruins.
Ankara Princess Hotel puts the best of Ankara at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Just to summarise: 1. Charged a huge minibar fee of items that we did not eat or drink and called us thieves for not wanting to pay. 2. Rude and unprofessional staff. 3. Minimal English by staff. 4. Dirty bathrooms with toilets that won't flush properly. 5. Room cards had to be renewed every day. 6. Room windows won't close properly so sound, rain and cold air would go into the rooms very easily.
Stayed only 1 night at this hotel, thought it is a nice hotel, the only good thing about this place is their Location and a female lady who speaks English, other than that it is terribly not recommended, imagine a bellboy curse you right in front of you while smiling and thinking that i don't understands him ! no professional people at all in this hotel, its a HUGE NO for anyone thinking staying here! i checked out immediately second day morning didn't even have breakfast!
They don't know how to treat guest.The first impression will give you alot of reasons not to visit it.Dont fall for the location..There are alot of other very nice hotels in the locality with less money, nice staff and service.They made my trip awful.I stayed there for two nights and those were my most tough nights in Ankara.Ac was not working neither the fridge nor kettle,had extremely rough sleep.It was noisy and receptionist knows English but when you try to tell them they pretend that they don't.It was hot outside and they turned off my room ac.I called and the receptionist said very shrewdly that, "it's cold outside so we have turned the air conditioners off".My god never in my life I have stayed in such hotel.Its very expensive too.Nothing is complementary over there.Dont go…
Ankara Princess Hotel is situated in the center of the in kizilay square in the center of the city. If you have a work tripe to Ankara, you can easily stay there and access to the main official organs of the city. There is a metro station near the hotel as well as bus stations in the vicinity. Hotel itself is a little bit old design with little light in the rooms. Also, our room refrigerator did not work well, so all of our food was rotten. Staff were welcomed and tried to be helpful. Specially the restaurant servant was very welcomed and polite. Their restaurant design was nice and breakfast was excellent.
Having just checked out of what has been my worst hotel experience in Turkey to date, I thought I might share the saga here with you, dear reader. Check in was efficient, although the first shift receptionist speaks not word one of English and has a facial expression that would cuddle milk and make babies cry. The room was spacious and well equipped, albeit decorated in "early bordello," in keeping with the lobby. Lobby: tons of faux period gold, room: enough rhinestones to make Glenn Campbell vomit. The trouble began shortly after the luggage was brought up - Air conditioning was faulty, a window had been left open and the temperature resembled a sauna and did not improve. After a sweaty nap and a call to the front desk, a technician appeared, shrugged his shoulders and let me understand some equipment somewhere in the bowels of the building was on the blink and that I should just open the window. The night was extremely noisy as a result as the hotel is on a main thoroughfare, and despite rumors to the contrary, mosquitoes CAN fly up to the third floor (and did, feasting on me). I had requested a late check out in advance through the booking site, and when double checking, was told by Mme. DeFarge at the desk "No, 12." A long, expensive phone call to booking.com (shame on them) did result in the receptionist changing her tune, but she then sent the hotel security guard up to accompany me to the desk for immediate payment in cash, which left me angry and dumbstruck. No management of any kind was apparently on premises due to a local holiday, no apologies of any kind were forthcoming, and my overall assessment of this property is "uncaring, rude and to be avoided at all costs unless you're a masochist."…