Art Deco living, newly furnished
2 double beds, 1 double sofa bed
Galata (in the Beyoglu District )
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 14h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- DVD player
- coffee maker
- mobile phone
- satellite TV
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- Dry cleaning (on request)
- hob cooker (gas)
- Visa and Mastercard accepted with prior notice
Renovated while preserving the original parts, a very chic and characteristic Art Deco design apartment in one of the best locations you might have in Istanbul.
The area surrounding the apartment
During the last decade having more subway and tram stations in the city of Istanbul, reaching the best locations in the city became easier and comfortable for travellers. Being a very good example of the unique buildings of the area, this apartment building has been protected and renovated by a family who has taken over this mission from the person who originally owned the apartment, worked and lived in this area and did his best to create the best out of it.
This apartment is just a few steps to the subway station, from which you may travel to the old and the new city. Galata Tower is within a walking distance. Taksim Square and Beyoglu is in reach with one stop with the subway, or a 5 min walk. The Old City or the historical peninsula is only 10 minutes with the tramway. The location of the apartment is perfect close to public transportation, if only you want to use it in stead of walking and exploring the beautiful streets and sights of the area.
Sishane, where this apartment is located is one of the luckiest spots to be because it is very nearby to the heart of the city but also very isolated from the crowd, the traffic and it is quiet in the nights.
Entering the building, you are welcomed by the original marble staircase and a large high wooden door to before you reach the elevator. The elevator is also renovated by protecting the original shape. The apartment is on the third floor.
Entering the apartment, you will come to a hallway, tiled with beautiful ceramic. From the hallway you will reach the living room, the 2 bedrooms, the bathroom and the kitchen.
The family who owns the apartment has renovated the apartment by protecting and keeping the original pieces like the high wooden indoors, ceramic and wooden floors. You will immediately be taken over by the Art Deco style of the apartment.
The living room in technical equipments is fully at your service with a flat tv, cable, free wi-fi, air conditioning. The high and large windows of the room giving enough light to enlighten the room and the hallway. From that windows you will enjoy watching the Galata Tower in the evenings. There is also a comfortable sofa bed which converts to a double bed for additional guests. The dining table is also situated in this room.
There is an independant kitchen which is fully equipped for storing, preparing food and making coffee etc. The kitchen tools and cutlery are enough to serve all your needs during your stay.
In both of the bedrooms there is a double bed and cabinets for clothes. An ironing table and iron is also at your service. Both rooms are having large windows to have good light during the day and fresh air. Bed linnens are provided for your stay.
The seperate bathroom is complete with its new sanitary equipments, walk in shower, cabinet, mirror etc. Fresh towels are provided during your stay.
You will want this apartment be your second home in Istanbul. Once you stay here, you will always want to come back!
Galata (in the Beyoglu District )
Galata is one of the districts in Istanbul that you can write pages about or talk about for hours. It is old, but also modern; it is a peaceful but also dynamic place; and it isn’t trendy but it is very popular.
Galata is situated between the Golden Horn and the Bosphorus Strait. It is a place where the intellectual population of the city desires to live. And many do.
Galata is mostly visited for the Galata Tower, the Kamondo Steps and the Voyvoda Police Station. Galata Tower was built in 507 by the Byzantines as a lighthouse. It is one of the oldest towers in the world. It was last renovated in 1967. Today the tower offers tourists a 360 degree view of the city and there is a restaurant at the top.
The Kamondo Steps were built in the 1850s by a banker named Avram Kamondo to connect Voyvoda Street with Bankers Street. It has been photographed many times for its architecture, and it is a popular tourist destination.