Turkey’s cultural and financial epicenter, İstanbul is the only city on the planet to sit across two continents, Europe and Asia.
Once you are here, you will be enchanted by the beauty of Turkey and its people. The more you discover the city, the more you are going to fell in love with İstanbul.
İstanbul is huge. There are more than 14 million people living in İstanbul. If you are planning to explore the big city and the country side, you should book at least 10 days holiday minimum. Though this will help you have a glimpse of the city, it still isn’t enough to enjoy everything.
Sumahan on the water is elegantly placed on the waterfront of the Bosphorus. The boutique hotel is situated in Çengelköy on the Asian side of the city. It’s a small luxury hotel that combines high quality design that complements its historical setting. Its contemporary architectural treasure is a heaven for escape and a gateway to Turkish culture.Book Now
The Four Seasons Hotel İstanbul Sultanahmet is housed in a century old neoclassical Turkish prison with bold ochre-tinted walls. The Hotel is located steps away from İstanbul’s most important landmarks, the 15th century Topkapı Palace and the 6th century Hagia Sophia and the 17th century Blue Mosque.Book Now
Çırağan Palace is commonly frequented by numerous royals and heads of the states. This grandiose property on the European side of the Bosphorus was a residence for sultans. Vaulted ceilings, elegant antiques and textiles evoke the opulence of the Ottoman Era and produce a regal feeling. All restaurants and many rooms offer a perfect view of the Turkish metropolis and stretch out across the strait towards Asia.Book Now
Park Hyatt İstanbul is a five-star city center hotel with 90 generously sized luxury rooms that perfectly complements current traditional Turkish patterns in contemporary scale and composition. The hotel is a combination of elegance and distinctive regional character with historic art deco architecture and matching interior design.Book Now
The Shangri-La İstanbul is strategically located in the financial and entertainment district of Beşiktas and placed between Maritime Museum and Dolmabahçe Palace and offers breathtaking views of the Bosphorus Strait.Book Now
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