O Verman Otel está localizado em Eskişehir e dispõe de uma recepção aberta 24 horas por dia e de estacionamento gratuito no local. Os mini-bares dos quartos incluem bebidas sem álcool gratuitas. Todos os quartos do Otel Verman possuem mobiliário de nogueira, uma televisão de ecrã plano, acesso Wi-Fi gratuito, ar condicionado, um mini-bar e uma casa de banho privativa. Todas as manhãs é servido um vasto buffet de pequeno-almoço na área de refeições do hotel ou nos quartos. O Verman Otel também dispõe de um pub e de um bar no terraço do último piso. O Otel Verman possui comodidades de conferências modernas e vários espaços para banquetes. O Museu de Aviação encontra-se apenas a 300 metros e o Centro Comercial Espark e o cinema estão a 1 km. O Verman Otel fica a 2 km da Estação de Eskişehir e o eléctrico pára em frente ao hotel. Osmangazi e a Universidade de Anadolu encontram-se a 10 minutos a pé.
This is an interesting hotel in a very interesting neighborhood. In another 10 years I suspect many of the buildings nearby will have been renovated further enhancing the area. For American outsiders it was really difficult to find the entrance to the hotel with our car even though the front of the hotel is on a major street. Most of the line staff here did not speak English, however, they were able to find someone in a pinch who spoke English if it was needed. The buffet breakfast was lavish and the dining room was gorgeous. We paid double for a suite which was housed in a renovated Ottoman building and consisted of 4 smallish rooms, all with windows. The sitting room was really odd with a large square table with four large chairs, a small sofa with two small side chairs. The room just felt like a collection of chairs and not a place to relax after a long day of driving or have a drink before dinner. There was one member on the bell staff who spoke beautiful English who was very helpful and wrote down some key Turkish words for us to use in our travels around town. He made our visit to the hotel memorable. Considering that the town has a major university, we were surprised by how few people we encountered here spoke either English or German which is in stark comparison to Cappadocia and Istanbul. Also, the night we stayed here there was a large party with very loud music going on in the courtyard outside our room. The noise lasted well into the evening and kept us awake until it ended, you might want to ask about this if you plan to stay here and are sensitive to noise. Overall, if you're adventurous give this hotel and town a try. Recommended with some reservations.
Prós: The hotel is located in a historic district of buildings constructed during the Ottoman period. Exploring the neighborhood around the hotel was enjoyable. Breakfast was great and there was a bellman who spoke beautiful English and was extremely helpful.
Contras: We stayed in a suite that had a sitting room full of rather uncomfortable chairs rather than a larger sofa and comfortable side chairs. There was a very loud party with music going on outside our room that kept us awake until the party ended.