Chic, modern residence with good view
2 double beds, 2 single sofa beds
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- washing machine
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- hob cooker (electric)
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- induction fire
- plasma TV
- Wheelchair suitable
- Dry cleaning (on request)
- hob cooker (gas)
- Cable TV
- DVD player
- dryer machine
- entrance security camera system
- coffee maker
- satellite TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- wheelchair access
- USB Internet on request
- Rooftop access
- Free parking
- Visa and Mastercard accepted with prior notice
Stunning penthouse suite with panoramic views of the Marmara Sea, Bosphorus Strait, Princes Islands and the beautiful city skyline! Both new and old İstanbul are accessible from this great apartment.
The area surrounding the apartment
The location is excellent and very central. Located near the seaside on İstanbul`s European side and very accessible by highway, bus and the very convinient Metrobus and tramway. A huge variety of attractions are just steps away from the apartment:
A variety of historical sites are very close. İn just 5-10 minutes you can reach the Hippodrome, Panorama 1453 Museum, Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, Spice Bazaar, Çemberlitaş Column. Just a bit further are famous sights like the Bosphorus Bridge, Dolmabahçe Palace, Çırağan Palace, Ortaköy Mosque. The apartment is very well connected with easy access to the tramway and metrobus.
Shopping destinations including Marmara Forum, Forum İstanbul, Ora, Galeria, Carrefour, IKEA and many many more!
This spectacular apartment is a prime place to stay in İstanbul. Being on the 10th floor, both from it's rooms and from it's 70 sqm terrace the city`s most amazing views are visible.
Entering the apartment, there is a hallway which takes you to the living room. In the living room there are 3 comfortable sofas, which can convert into comfortable beds for additional guests. There is a television, coffee table, but most importantly, there is a dining table that seats 6 people, situated by the floor-to-ceiling window where guests can enjoy the perfect view on the city, especially in the evenings when all the lights of the houses are on, it is an amazing sight.
In the master bedroom there is a queen size bed, a big wardrobe with mirror doors and a desk which can be used both as a make-up desk as well as working desk.
In the second bedroom there is a twin bed, a wardrobe and a television.
The kitchen is having all main equipments like fridge, oven, gas stove, dish washer etc. This is a very spacious area where you can really enjoy spending time in, with it's floor-to-ceiling windows and a door opening to a terrace where you will be amazed by the views on the city and the Bosporus. There are dining table both in the kitchen and in the terrace to enjoy this stunning view and hopefully the nice weather.
The bathroom is complete with cabinets, bathtub, WC etc. Fresh towels are provided upon your arrival.
This penthouse suit is ready to welcome guests during 4 seasons, both for short and long stays in Istanbul. Based upon request, guests can be welcomed from the airport and be delivered to the airport with and additional cost. The costs are for one way, from Ataturk Airport 35 €, from Sabiha Gokcen Airport 70 €.
Conditions of stay
€200 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
€1,500 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
This district extends from the Golden Horn all the way to the shore of the Black Sea and is a historically important area, especially for Turkey’s muslims. Highlights of the neighbourhood include the Pierre Loti café named after the French novelist and naval officer (1850 – 1923), who lived there for some time, and the Eyup Sultan Mosque.
It has stood there since 1458 and is more than just a mosque given that it has tall cypres trees and very important people from the Ottoman Palace have been buried there. No other mosque in Istanbul can boast this. For this reason, the mosque is visited by many who go to pray, ask for good things for the future and beg for mercy from the Eyup Sultan.
The most important historical places to see around the Golden Horn are;
Pammakaristos Church (Fethiye Mosque) : Built in the 12th century, it was the headquarters of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate from 1456 to 1568. The church was converted into a mosque in 1591. The side-chapel is a museum and contains wonderful Byzantine mosaics.
Valens Aqueduct :This two storey aqueduct (water supply channel) was built in 368 during the time of Emperor Valens. The water ran from the Belgrade Forest to the Great Palace in Sultanahmet. This aqueduct was used up until the 19th century.
Fatih Mosque : This huge baroque mosque is where the tomb of Mehmet the Conquer lies. Many Byzantine emperors are also buried here, including Constantine. The building was destroyed in an earthquake in 1766 and rebuilt in the 18th century.
Prince’s Mosque (Şehzade Camii): Built by architect Sinan during the reign of Suleyman The Magnificient. It is the first imperial mosque and has a very elegant design.
Theodosian Walls : These walls were built between 412 and 422 by Emperor Theodosius. The walls stretch from Yeditepe (the Sea of Marmara) to Ayvansaray (the Golden Horn). You can still walk upon some of the sections, especially those in the Yedikule district.
Church of St.George (Aya Yorgi) : This is the worldwide headquarters of the Greek Orthodox Church.
Pierre Loti : French author Pierre Loti lived in this area for a long time whilst he was writing his novel. He fell in love with a local woman. The hill and the café that he went to on a frequent basis were named after him. You can reach Pierre Loti Café situated on the hill via the cable car nearby to Eyüp Mosque or even by walking up there. The view of the Golden Horn from the top is beautiful.
Miniaturk : This is a park where miniature versions of Istanbul and Turkey's most impressive structures are exhibited. Bosphorus Bridge, Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace all feature. There is also a miniature railway, model cars, boats, a cinema and a playground.