The advantages here are larger rooms than are usual in this district; and they’ve been designed by experienced hoteliers who understand what makes a hotel room comfortable.
A bedroom at the Sultan’s Royal Hotel.
The emphasis is on light, airy and modern, which is more relaxing than the atmospheric but heavy Ottoman-inspired furnishings in some hotels.
Another advantage is the variety of rooms: small but inexpensive singles, large top-floor double/triples with private terraces, two rooms at the end of the hallway that can be closed off with an extra door to make a suite of two complete, interconnecting rooms.
Of course, all rooms have the expected comforts: air conditioning, free Wifi internet access, safe deposit boxes, satelite LCD TV with international channels, minibar, central heating, a vanity with mirror, private bathroom with shower, local-craft toiletries, and a hairdryer.
The basement breakfast room is surprisingly bright and cheerful, with sunlight pouring in from clever skylights. This is where you take your plenteous buffet breakfast (included in the room rates) each morning:
The breakfast room.
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