The medium-sized lobby is fairly dated with older furniture. There is comfortable seating to the right for guest relaxation. Above the lobby on the mezzanine floor is a small bar, which offers live music on some evenings.
This is a fairly modern, unimposing building, typical of the surrounding 1960s’ architecture.
The hotel has 108 spacious and bright rooms, which offer various facilities, including: private bathroom, free WiFi access, hairdryer, wake up service, satellite TV, air conditioning, safe boxes and tea and coffee making facilities.
The Paşazade restaurant is furnished in the Ottoman style of the early 19th century, and offers a menu of Ottoman cuisine both for lunch and dinner. During the summer, meals can be served on the roof-top terrace, where you can enjoy a panoramic city view.