This is a nice, peaceful room with a lively street view.Gold-plated fixtures and black & white tiles add the right amount of excitement to the understated bathroom.
Just opposite this pretty room, across the Serdar-ı Ekrem Street, there stands, with lovely dark-green window shutters, the beautiful “Doğan Apartments,” most monumental of all the residing places of old Ottoman Pera.
Built in 1892-1895 as Helbig Apartment, “Doğan Apartments” are one of the early examples of such apartments that were built with a heavy influence of French architectural style.

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Size    21 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsKing / Twin
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

It is a little room with a beautiful street view. On the exterior wall of the opposite apartments, a public fountain (called “Topçubaşı Abdülmümin Ağa Çeşmesi”) built in 1796-97 by the Ottomans.
It is a little room with a beautiful street view. On the exterior wall of the opposite apartments, is a public fountain called “Topçubaşı Abdülmümin Ağa Çeşmesi” built in 1796-97 by the Ottomans.
The building that this tiny room is in was built as an Ottoman habitation in the early 1890s on “Yazıcı Street” (now called Serdar-ı Ekrem Street).
It was one of the first apartment experiences for some middle class members of the Ottoman society, who wanted to leave behind the anxiety of house fires, as it was frequently confronted in the older wooden mansions in Galata.
This tiny room is just 200 m. to İstiklal Street, the city’s most popular strolling, snacking and shopping Street thats reserved for pedestrians.

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Size    20 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsKing / Twin
Extra BedAllowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

This 4th floor attic room is for travellers who prefer piece and quiet, and who can look past not having an elevator due to the preservation of a historic building.
It is a cute, spacious room with a large beautiful bathroom with gold-plated fixtures. Looking through the attic window, you can see the German Lycee (Deutsche Schule), founded in 1868. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious foreign schools in Istanbul.
The World’s third subway, after those of New York and London, and shortest, is just 250 m. away from the hotel. Built in 1871-1876 by a French engineer, the subway is actually a funicular railway that ascends from Galata to the heights of Pera.

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Size    20 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsTwin
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

This 3 person room includes a minibar, a kettle and an air conditioner.
During the past decade, the area witnessed a tremendous revival. The street is regarded today as the most valuable street of the Galata and Beyoğlu district. It is home to a wide variety of vintage shops and designer boutiques.
Along the street, some properties (such as No. 22-24) used to belong to the Camondo family, a Jewish estate emperor, whose wealth in the 19th century was comparable to that of the Rothschilds or the Hirschs. But unlike the Rothschilds, the family fortune did not continue over numerous generations; Camondos were extinguished at Auschwitz in 1943.

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Size    18 m2
Capacity3 Adults
Beds3 Single Beds
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable