Along the Bosphorus, in one of Istanbul’s trendiest and most naturally beautiful neighbourhoods, you will find a former 19th-century Ottoman palace transformed into a hotel sanctuary of luxury and comfort: The Four Seasons Hotel.
Experience a seldom-seen side of Istanbul, with legendary Four Seasons service there to ensure you enjoy every moment of your luxury hotel stay in Istanbul, Turkey.
A chic city retreat on Istanbul’s glorious seafront, this converted Ottoman palace is surrounded by indigo waters and mountaintops. Visit the place where East meets West and the past meets whatever’s coming next. Stimulating days and vibrant nights await at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.
A mosaic of modern and traditional, new and ancient, conservative and avant-garde, Istanbul is as unique as a city can be. Lose yourself in the narrow streets of this sprawling metropolis, where ancient treasures sit alongside modern shops, or take a sip on your cocktail, listening to the Bosphorus – or even better, do both, because here you can! Enjoy a wealth of attractions and fun and interesting things to do in Istanbul.
The Four Seasons Istanbul at The Bosphorus offers 145 luxury guest rooms and 25 exclusive and unique suites for your comfort.
As for the suites, they have different options such as:
- Atik Pasha Suite – 377 m2 (4,057 sq.ft.)
- Two-Bedroom Bosphorus Palace Suite – 170 m2 (1,830 sq.ft.)
- One-Bedroom Bosphorus Palace Suite – 80 m2 (861 sq.ft.)
- One-Bedroom Bosphorus Suite – 80 m2 (860 sq.ft.)
- Palace Roof Suite – 65 m2 (699 sq.ft.)
- Four Seasons Junior Suite – 60 m2 (645 sq.ft.)
Regarding the rooms, they are divided into different options:
- Palace Bosphorus Room – 45 to 55 m2 (484 to 592 sq.ft.)
- Deluxe Room – 45 m2 (484 sq.ft.)
- Palace Courtyard Room – 45 to 50 m2 (484 to 538 sq.ft.)
- Courtyard Room – 45 m2 (484 sq.ft.)
- Superior Room – 45 m2 (484 sq.ft.)
My favourite room on this beautiful hotel is the Palace Roof Suite. Located on the top floor of the historic palace building, this large and elegant suite, with it’s spacious 25-square-metre (269-square-foot) private terrace and breathtaking 180-degree views of the Strait of Bosphorus, Maiden Tower, the Old Town skyline and the shores of Asia, offers total privacy and comfort.
Their prices will obviosbly depend on the chosen room or suite, going from $460USD up to $7000USD per night, from the Superior Room to the Bosphorus Palace Suites.
The Bosphorus Palace Suite is also something astonishing, and if you can afford, don’t think twice, it’s something really impressive, top notch, and something you will never forget. And the ultimate luxury experience, one of the most expensive suites in the world is also located here: The Atik Pasha Suite, with 377 sqm of total area, is the most luxurious you can get. A three-bedroom suite, located on the second floor of the 19th-century Ottoman palace, overview to the Bosphorus. This luxury suite features a nice entrance hall, large living room, including a separate study with writing desk, and a formal dining room that seats 10 people total; the dining room is supported by a private kitchen. Additional amenities include a private bar, in-room movies, cable television, in-room safe and dual line telephones. All suites have wired and wireless high-speed Internet access. The oversized master bedroom has two walk-in closets, an informal sitting area, chaise longue, sofa, 106-centimetre (42-inch) plasma screen television and sound system. The marble bathroom offers two large vanities, a steam room, a small Turkish bath and a rain shower. Windows provide plenty of daylight along with views of the Bosphorus. The suite also offers a guest powder room. This will cost you approx $29.000USD per night, something certainly not affordable for most humans.
The Four Seasons Hotel has some great facilities, such as beautiful gardens facing the Bosphorus, and also their lovely SPA and indoor pool. Just short distance you will reach the center of Istanbul, where most attractions are located. Don’t miss the Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar and of course the Maiden’s Tower, right in front of the Four Seasons Hotel.
Four Seasons Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel Official Website: http://www.fourseasons.com/bosphorus/
Prices Average from $460USD up to $7000USD per night
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