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The Park Hyatt Macka Palas offers distinctly personalized service that highlights Istanbul’s local culture. Full review →
Overall, the Park Hyatt is a great option for business travelers or those seeking a little indulgence in a classier, less touristy—though still vibrant—part of Istanbul.
You’ll find no more glamorous neighborhood than Nisantasi, with its Parisian-style cafés, recession-be-damned boutiques, and now a suitably posh hotel. Full review →
Offers spacious, elegant rooms decked out in sleek walnut with modern amenities alongside old-fashioned touches like period chandeliers and black-and-white photographs of Istanbul. Full review →
The lobby is minimalist and very light, and oversize rooms include vintage photos by Turkish photographer Ara Güler. Full review →Ask for a room on a lower level, or you may be kept up by noise from the bar on the eighth floor.
Classy crash pad in Istanbul’s swankiest shopping district, with spacious rooms and hammam-style bathrooms. Full review →
Its 90 spacious guest rooms complement the original details -- rounded archways, wood floors, and flowery moldings -- with modern furniture, and have luxurious bathrooms. Full review →
The main reception desk hides away at the rear beside the towering lift shaft. It's an impressive and stylish space, and a choice of Turkish contemporary music adds to the enjoyment of it. Full review →
Located in the posh neighborhood of Nisantasi and set within two buildings, one of which is a 1922 Neoclassical beauty that houses 90 Art Deco–decorated guest rooms. Full review →
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