Overlooking the magnificent Golden Horn, the stylish 19th-century Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah has all the romance of old Istanbul with all the luxury of the modern city. With deluxe rooms and amenities including decadent dining venues, a spa and world-class conference facilities, the hotel is located in the dynamic heart of the city, in the lively Beyoglu district with great transport links.
Tucked away in the Pera Palace Hotel, the compact urban spa offers a range of opportunities for relaxation. Travellers can reinvigorate in the three luxury treatment rooms, traditional Turkish bath, steam bath, Jacuzzi and sauna. Therapies include classic massages and reflexology as well as anti-cellulite treatments, body wraps and facials.
Pera Palace Hotel is home to elegantly furnished rooms, most of which have French balconies. Choose from a selection of twin and king rooms, studios and suites. Deluxe Pera View rooms are bright and airy, with charming views over Pera, while many of the other accommodations offer views of the Golden Horn. All have high ceilings and are beautifully decorated, accentuated with antique furniture.
The health club at the Pera Palace Hotel is perfect for individual workouts, offering the latest equipment for a challenging fitness session. The indoor swimming pool means guests can take a dip whatever the weather, while the sauna and steam room offer the reward of relaxation. The hotel’s five stylish function rooms are ideal for business meetings and corporate events, while all the attractions of the city are on the doorstep.
Inspired by the mystery and romance of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, the Agatha Restaurant at the Pera Palace Hotel is a luxurious and dramatic venue serving Turkish, French and Italian cuisine. The Kubbeli Saloon Tea Lounge offers delicious English afternoon tea and a selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones, while the Orient Bar has an extensive drinks list and the Orient Terrace provides stunning views of the Golden Horn.
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