The hotel is not three-star, and should really be called a guest house. The Expedia advertising said it had a buffet breakfast, satellite TV and a shower. Breakfast consisted of two slices of white bread, two slices of cheese, a slice of processed meat, and a hard-boiled egg. For nine mornings!!! On three out of nine mornings there was cold/cool porridge; and four mornings a couple of sweet biscuits. On two mornings there was also cherry jam. Satellite TV was in fact in Turkish - the one English channel provided Turkish propaganda. The shower was a wet-room. Water went everywhere, including downstairs into the lobby, judging by the water-stains. My windows had towels fixed to them to block people looking in !!!
Pros: The staff were friendly and welcoming enough. I could not decide whether it was they who were ripping us off, some-one higher up in the agent chain.
Cons: Pratically everything
Location: It is at least fairly central to the city centre, if you do not mind climbing up the hill.