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Visitors Guide

Istiklal Street

Distance from hotel: 0 km

Istiklal Street is a 1.650 meter long street located in Beyoğlu, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Istanbul, that starts from The Tunnel and leads up to Taksim Square. Visited by domestic and foreign tourists staying in Istanbul, İstiklal Street is crowded at all hours of the day and night. Serving as a complex mainly consisting of clothing stores in terms of shopping, the street also has restaurants appealing to all kinds of palates and many historical places to visit. The street features a wide range of venues for going out. Furthermore, the street also hosts theaters, movie theaters, book stores and art galleries.

Galata Tower

Distance from hotel: 0,5 km

Galata Tower, one of the oldest towers of the world, was built by Byzantine Emperor Anastasius in 528 as a Lighthouse. Starting from 1717, the tower was used as a fire observation tower. Today, it is used for tourism purposes. Once you walk through the restaurant located on the top floor of the tower, you will reach the balcony surrounding the tower. You may observe the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn with a panoramic view.

Pera Museum

Distance from hotel: 0,3 km

Pera Museum is an art museum established in 2005. The permanent collection owned by the museum is exhibited on the first two floors. The first collection is the Anatolian Weights and Measures Collection. Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics collection is also exhibited on the same floor. The Orientalist Painting Collection featuring more than three hundred paintings is an elaborate collection bringing together the masterpieces of European orientalist painters influenced by the Ottoman Empire world over a period from 17th century to the early 19th century.

St. Anthony of Padua Church

Distance from hotel: 0,3 km

St. Anthony of Padua Church is the largest church of the Roman Catholic Church in Istanbul. It was first built as a church in 1725 for citizens from Catholic countries and their families that used to serve the Palace and State of the Ottoman Empire, some of whom also worked in commerce. The construction of the current church whose facade consists of red brick walls was completed in 1912. The courtyard of the church is accessed through a passage formed by two six-story apartment buildings connected to each other located on Istiklal Street. St. Anthony apartments, one of the first reinforced concrete buildings on Istiklal Street, were built in order to gather revenue for the church.

Asmalı Mescit

Distance from hotel: 0,1 km

Asmalı Mescit is one of the most significant nightlife locations in Beyoğlu since the early 2000's. The area features unlimited restaurants and bars appealing to all kinds of tastes.

Galata Mevlevihanesi

Distance from hotel: 0,2 km

Originally named as Kulekapı Whirling Dervish Hall, Galata Whirling Dervish Hall is the second whirling dervish lodge built in 1491 after the conquest of Istanbul in the new capital of the Ottoman Empire. Whirling Dervish Hall was opened to the public in 1975. The Hall is used as a Museum of Divan Literature. The link between the past and today is maintained by whirling dervish shows organized on the second and last Fridays of each month.

Çiçek Pasajı (Flower Passage)

Distance from hotel: 0,5 km

With a gorgeous and imposing facade, Flower Passage is still the most interesting building of Beyoğlu and one of its key entertainment venues. With many flower shops opened in the bazaar, it became known as the Flower Passage. When wine-houses began to attract masses in the 1940's, the flower shops were closed one by one and new pubs were opened. Since the late 1950's, the name "flower" has remained merely as a memory and the passage has transformed into its pub identity.

The Bosphorus

Distance from hotel: 1 km

One of most important symbols of Istanbul, the Istanbul Strait (Bosphorus) has a worldwide strategic importance. The city of Istanbul, divided by the strait all along, is one of the world's rare intercontinental cities. Shores of the strait were home to various civilizations throughout the history. The waterside residences built on shores during the Ottoman era became the most distinguished examples of the Bosphorus architecture and identified with the Istanbul Strait over the years.

Dolmabahçe Palace

Distance from hotel: 3 km

Dolmabahçe Palace served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire during 1853-1922. Having served as the Presidential Residence of Ataturk in Istanbul following the proclamation of the Republic, the palace has a particular significance in the history of the Republic due to being the location where Ataturk passed away on November 10, 1938.

Topkapı Palace

Distance from hotel: 3,4 km

Topkapı Palace was used as the state administrative center of the Ottoman Empire for 400 years and was the home of Ottoman sultans. The palace, serving as a museum today, became one of the leading sites of UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985 . Topkapı Palace reveals the history, magnificence and wealth of a long lasting empire.

Istanbul Archaeology Museum

Distance from hotel: 3,4 km

Featuring over a million artifacts from various libraries, Istanbul Archaeology Museum is one of the largest museums of the world. It was established in the late 19th century as the imperial museum and opened to the public in 1891. The museum collection features artifacts of the civilizations within the borders of the Ottoman Empire, from Balkans to Africa, from Anatolia to Mesopotamia, Arabian Peninsula and Afghanistan.

Basilica Cistern

Distance from hotel: 3,5 km

The Basilica Cistern is the largest and oldest covered cistern in Istanbul. It was built during the reign of Justinian I to supply water to the surrounding palaces. The cistern features 336 columns in total. The surface was cleaned during the major restoration in 1984 and marble blocks with Medusa heads were discovered under the original brick floor and 2 columns. It is possible to walk inside the cistern on the built path. Occasionally various concerts and cultural events are hosted in the fascinating atmosphere of the cistern.

Hagia Sophia

Distance from hotel: 3,6 km

Hagia Sophia is one of the oldest buildings of Istanbul. Built as a patriarchal cathedral by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I during 532-537 AC, Hagia Sophia was converted into a mosque by Mehmed II the Conqueror when Istanbul was conquered by the Ottoman Turks in 1453. Today, the building serves as a museum. Having survived for 15 centuries, this building is one of the masterpieces of art history and world architecture.

Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Mosque)

Distance from hotel: 3,6 km

The Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Mosque) is one of the most attractive buildings of Istanbul. It was built by Sultan Ahmed I in the 17th century. This mosque is also called "Mavi Cami (Blue Mosque)" due to being covered by more than 20.000 blue, green and white colored İznik tiles. One of its major characteristics is that it features six minarets.

Spice Bazaar

Distance from hotel: 2,5 km

Built in 1660, the Spice Bazaar is one of the oldest covered bazaars of Istanbul. The reason for being called as the Egyptian Bazaar is due to the fact that it was built by the taxes collected from Cairo. Natural medicines, spices, flower seeds, rare plant roots, dried nuts and fruits, and delicatessen products are sold in this bazaar renowned for its herbalist shops.

Grand Bazaar (Covered Bazaar)

Distance from hotel: 3,3 km

Located in the center of Istanbul, the Grand Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered bazaars of the world. It was built by Mehmet II the Conqueror in the 15th century. It is a must-see unique center with 66 streets and approximately 4.000 stores. Resembling a city, the entirely covered site has developed and grown over the years. In the bazaar that used to feature specific professions in each street in the past, today there are stores selling hand-made rugs and jewelry, finest examples of the traditional Turkish handcrafts, as well as Turkish silverwork artifacts, copper, bronze and golden decorative objects and ceramics.

Beylerbeyi Palace

Distance from hotel: 8,5 km

Having been completed in 1865, the Palace, besides being used as a summer house by the sultans, was also used for hosting the foreign guests. Transformed into a museum, this historical building is one of the most popular architectures on the Anatolian side. Palace's yard is decorated with trees, sculptures and pools. The interior of the Palace features a living room with an indoor pool built for its cooling effects.

Maiden Tower

Distance from hotel: 14 km

With various stories told and mentioned in legends, the Maiden Tower is built on a tiny island in the Istanbul Strait. Having become the symbol of Uskudar district, the tower is the only remaining monument from the Byzantine era located in Uskudar. The Maiden Tower was used for various purposes throughout the history: as a tax collection post from merchant ships, a defense tower, a lighthouse, a quarantine hospital during the cholera epidemic, and a radio station. Having served as a lighthouse once more for a short time following the proclamation of the Republic, today the tower is used as a restaurant.

Istanbul Convention and Exhb. Center

Distance from hotel: 1,5 km

As the center of business, culture and trade life, Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Center (ICEC) is located in the heart of the city.

Haliç Convention Center

Distance from hotel: 3,8 km

Located ideally in the world-renowned Golden Horn shores, Halic Convention Center is easily accessible from anywhere via E-5 and TEM highways. The center is located on a 10 minute walk to the hotels and shopping malls located in the city center.

Capitol Alışveriş Merkezi

Capitol Shopping Mall

Distance from hotel: 11 km

Offering shopping, entertainment and cultural events altogether to Istanbulites for 17 years, Capitol Shopping Mall and Entertainment Center provides services not only as a shopping mall but also as a "living center" with the high standards it introduced to the shopping and entertainment concepts. Always seeking to offer its visitors the best, Capitol was chosen as "Europe's Best Project" by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) in "Renovated Shopping Centers" category in 2006.

Kanyon Alışveriş Merkezi

Kanyon Shopping Mall

Distance from hotel: 9 km

Decorated by using water, greeneries and natural materials, Kanyon offers a shopping experience that feels like walking outdoors through the streets of the city. Built on 37.500 m² of land, the four-story shopping mall features approximately 160 stores, a gourmet shop, 9 movie theaters, restaurants, cafes, bars, a sports and wellness center as well as indoor-outdoor pools.


*Direct access to subway.

Metrocity Alışveriş Merkezi

Metrocity Shopping Mall

Distance from hotel: 9 km

Built on a total 60.000 m² of land, Metrocity Shopping Mall provides a spacious and well-lit shopping opportunity thanks to the advantage of getting direct sunlight. With 170 stores, restaurants and cafes on 5 floors, 1.250 capacity indoor car park, and direct access to Subway 1.Levent station, Metrocity Shopping Mall is located in 1. Levent.



*Direct access to subway.

İstinye Park Alışveriş Merkezi

Istinye Park Shopping Mall

Distance from hotel: 12 km

Built on a 270.000 m2 area, İstinye Park Shopping Mall offers its visitors a wide range of brands with a 3600 capacity car park, indoor and outdoor shopping areas, and a sports center.

Cevahir Alışveriş Merkezi

Cevahir Shopping Mall

Distance from hotel: 3 km

Located in a strategic location of Istanbul, Cevahir Shopping Mall provides a perfect service experience for its visitors with a total of 303 stores in 6 floors and a 2.500 capacity car park.




*Direct access to subway.