I suppose it was always ridiculously optimistic to think that a hotel calling itself the Bursa Palace would actually be palatial. Still, this rather old-fashioned establishment close to the underpass linking the Ulu Cami with the Hisar side of town is perfectly comfortable and fairly quiet for a city-centre location. It's side-street location ensures greater quiet than at some high-street alternatives. 

Reception is at the back of a very old-fashioned sitting area with a colour scheme majoring on brown. 

My room had a rather dour brown and cream colour stream with blinds that managed to look grubby rather than stylish and a mirror that seemed to be assymetrical by chance rather than design but the bed was big and comfortable, there was a brand-new wall-mounted TV with AlJazeera, the air-con was powerful and the wifi worked a treat. Even the minibar was stocked if not with alcohol. 

The bathroom was on the cramped side and lacking in toiletries.

Sadly, the breakfast room is dark and oppressive, a situation hardly helped on the day I was staying by the number of items that had run out by the time I got there at 9.30. 

Thumbs up: Handy location for sightseeing

Thumbs down: Overpriced

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