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It isn’t just the elegance and style that makes this spacious south-western room of Hotel Bağdatlıyan the most desirable. It is also the balcony looking out towards the First Municipal Street on which the first civic hall of administration, built in 1860 in a neoclassical style by the Italian architect Barbaroni, is situated.

The bathroom is decorated by marble tiles, once adorning palace floors, ceilings and walls as a show of wealth and power. Just a walk up the stairs or a charming lift two floors up, is a lovely terrace, which has a partial view of the Golden Horn, and is a lovely place to sit and relax before the sunset.
Size    34 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsQueen
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

Looking out of the window; you will see the “First Municipality Street” (İlk Belediye Caddesi), which contained the palatial edifice of Galata-Pera Municipality (now called “Beyoğlu Municipality) in the 19th century, the first of such civic administrations in Turkey.

Built sometime between 1895 and 1905, this elegant historical hotel building is one of the early examples of such apartments that were built with a heavy influence of French architectural style. The first owner of the building was Ohannes Bağdatlıyan, who served as the director for the Bureau of Nationalities in the Ottoman Foreign Ministry.
Size    24 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsQueen
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

It is an ideal choice for those who want a quiet room (not street side) while in close proximity to everything (i.e. the restaurants, the subway and Istiklal Street). The room has a special charm and a cosy mood, with details like a marble bathroom, designed with passion.

Close to one of the major historic Jewish neighbourhoods, on the north shore of Golden Horn, is an area where the locals once used to gossip in Ladino, Greek, Turkish or some combination of each in the 19th century.
Size    30 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsKing
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

It is an ideal choice for those who want a quiet room (not street side) while in close proximity to everything (i.e. the restaurants, the subway and Istiklal Street). The room has a special charm and a cosy mood, with details like a marble bathroom, designed with passion.

Close to one of the major historic Jewish neighbourhoods, on the north shore of Golden Horn, is an area where the locals once used to gossip in Ladino, Greek, Turkish or some combination of each in the 19th century.
Size    30 m2
Capacity2 Adults
BedsTwin
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable

 

It is a small but comfortable room for solo travellers, who are looking for the best technological services, including free high-speed Wi-Fi internet.

The en suite bathroom is decorated by marble tiles, once adorning palace floors, ceilings and walls as a show of wealth and power.
Size    18 m2
Capacity1 Adult
BedsSingle
Extra BedNot Allowed
LiftAvailable
Writing DeskAvailable