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Pera Palace Hotel has five suites named after Ernest Hemingway. The suites pay tribute to the prolific American writer and are a treasure for lifestyle connoisseurs like him. The interiors are jade blue to reflect his love of the sea and earth brown for his love for cigars. The spacious 55 square meter suites include a separate living room and dressing room. The suite can be connected to a Deluxe Pera View room when seeking an even superior level of space and comfort. The suites overlook the captivating area of Instanbul's Pera district.
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Ceylan InterContinental is the ideal base for exploring Istanbul's historic sites, museums, restaurants, clubs, and shops. Located in Taksim with stunning views of the Bosphorus, Istanbul skyline and the Blue Mosque, this luxury hotel is a short walk from Dolmabahce Palace and Lutfi Kırdar Congress Hall.
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Shangri-La Bosphorus invites you to take an invigorating dip in their indoor heated swimming pool.
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We at Five Star Alliance work tirelessly to ensure we bring you the best luxury hotels selection and information regarding amenities, location, and highlights so you are confident that the hotel you choose will exceed your expectations and serve your needs. Sometimes, however, you are left with a few questions that go unanswered, and that’s why we’re here. Be sure to explore our new blog series Your Questions Answered" to find answers to real questions submitted to us by our clients regarding traveling with kids, pets, the best beach hotels, and much more.
QUESTION: We are a family of 6 and looking to stay at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus. What are the best connecting rooms offering the best Bosphorus views accommodations for our family?
ANSWER: On the European bank of the Bosphorus – which flows through Istanbul’s history and heart – the Four Seasons gives a 19th-century palace a fresh, eclectic spirit. Alluring facilities include a chic urban spa, fine restaurants, and pools by the quayside that overlook the Asian shore. Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus offers 170 guest rooms including 25 suites. Bright and airy, blending Ottoman design details and contemporary furnishings. these rooms open to balmy sea breezes and a variety of waterfront, garden and city views. Nearly a quarter of the rooms offer views across the legendary Strait to the hills of Asia.
For your party choose the Palace Bosphorus Room King plus single bed, connecting to the same or to the Bosphorus Palace Two Bedroom Suite.
Palace Bosphorus Room King: These high-ceilinged, expansive rooms measuring 45-55 sq m (484 to 592 sq ft) offer eye-catching views of the city's key landmarks, including the Strait of Bosphorus, the Asian shores, the Maiden Tower or the domes and minarets of Old Town. Maximum occupancy is 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child, A rolloway or crib can easily be added.
Two-Bedroom Bosphorus Palace Suite: These suites offer views of our beautifully landscaped gardens and the Bosphorus. The first bedroom has a king bed while the 2nd room has 2 twin beds. Maximum occupancy is 5 adults or 2 adults and 3 children. An extra rollaway or crib can be added. Suite measures 170 sq m (1830 sq ft) They are the perfect setting for meetings or entertaining.
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All rates are based on double occupancy and extra person charges may apply. Please be advised that the rates, availability, as well as any extra person charges are subject to change depending on the hotel’s policies.
It was originally built in the mid-nineteenth century to produce suma, the unadulterated spirit used to make raki, the Ottomans' favourite tipple. Where today a motorised launch ferries hotel guests to and from downtown, barges laden with figs would arrive to keep the stills of the Sumahan busy.