Afyon - Soydan Hotel

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sally
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Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by sally » Wed Jun 01, 2011 10:45 pm

This hotel is in the centre of Afyon. It provided adequate accommodation and friendly service. Breakfast was good. We paid 35TL B & B per person per night in a room for two.


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Re: Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by David Morgan » Wed Jun 01, 2011 11:48 pm

Thanks for that, Sally. Now added to my "Turkey/Hotels/Phrygia" bookmarks.

P.S. Can you tell me where it is? How far from the square with the (rather violent) Atatürk statue and the museum?

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Re: Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by sally » Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:08 pm

It is about 20 metres from that square on a corner of a side street and the main street. Parking was not easy!

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Re: Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by David Morgan » Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:15 pm

Was there a small shopping mall underneath it? I've got a feeling I stayed there in '93, they let me park my motorbike in the shopping mall.

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Re: Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by steepele » Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:09 am

sally wrote:It is about 20 metres from that square on a corner of a side street and the main street. Parking was not easy!
Hello Sally. You say parking was not easy. Could you tell me where you ended up parking just so we might have an idea ahead of time where to look. Thanks John

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Re: Afyon - Soydan Hotel

Post by sally » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:18 am

The hotel, after some negotiation, arranged for us to park in a private parking lot where you handed over your keys and the car was shoe-horned in. We didn't use the car again until we left after a couple of days. I can't remember what it cost - not much. Had we stayed in the more expensive hotel with a pillared portico just round the corner a uniformed flunkey would have dealt with the car for us.


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