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Reyhani Kasri Hotel

The ReyhanI Kasri offers a convenient 24-hour reception as well as a concierge, a business centre and a lift. The wellness and health facilities include a jacuzzi and a beauty salon. The hostel also provides babysitting / child services, meeting rooms and a dry cleaning service. Rooms at the ReyhanI Kasri are well-appointed and offer all the essentials including a ... Read More »

Antik Tatlidede Konagi

Antik Tatlidede Konagi in Mardin offers free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Historical sites such as the Grand Mosque and Mardin Castle can be explored in the ancient city overlooking the Mesopotamian Valley. Antik Tatlidede Konagi in Southeast Anatolia features a restaurant and large terrace. The restaurant serves unique tastes of Mardin. The bar is open in the evening and afterwards ... Read More »

Zinciriye Hotel

The Zinciriye Hotel has 15 rooms and has been recently refurbished. Amenities offered include meeting rooms, a dry cleaning service and a 24 hour reception. A currency exchange, a laundry service and luggage storage are also available. The air conditioned rooms at the Zinciriye Hotel are equipped with a TV, a balcony and cable / satellite channels. They come with ... Read More »

Zinciriye Kadim Hotel

With expansive views of the city, the Kadim Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi access. This hotel is ideally situated in the city centre. The Kadim Hotel has 18 rooms and has been recently refurbished. Amenities at the hotel include a 24 hour reception, a laundry service and laundry facilities. Additional features include luggage storage, a car rental desk ... Read More »

Erdoba Evleri Selcuklu Konagi

The restored konak, which now melts in with the Mardin silhouette, consists of 2 single rooms and 8 luxury double rooms, three of which are suites. To preserve the memory of the Artukid Dynasty, each room in the Selçuklu Konak is named after the great Artukid sultans who ruled and served in these lands. Originally from Oghuz Turks, Artukids ruled ... Read More »