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MADAME TADİA OTEL, ESKİŞEHİR

Just five minutes' walk away from Eskişehir's railway station the Madame Tadia is the modern reincarnation of a famous early 20th-century hotel. The building is no great beauty and the sprawling ground-floor reception is somewhat unfocused but the rooms are spacious and comfortable with all the mod cons you'd expect of a newly-built hotel.

My room had a large double bed although there are purpose-designed singles with single beds. It had a desk set up as a working area as well as a comfy armchair for relaxing. The big wall-mounted TV offfered AlJazeera and other international channels. Both the wifi and the air-con worked well. On top of a little tea and coffee-making corner the hotel offers free cold drinks in the fridge. 

The decor was rather heavier on brown than I would like but the fact that the room was so spacious meant that it didn't really seem especially dark. 

The Porsuk river and the waterside cafes are a mere 10-minute stroll away. 

Thumbs up: Lots of space, great location if leaving/arriving by train

Thumbs down: Lobby too big and empty to feel welcoming

Tel: 0222-222 2122

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