Luxury Boutique Hotel in Beyoglu Istanbul contains 32 rooms, it has a prime location.
most of the rooms are with Bosphorus view.
The building is 2 years old it has 8 floors.
The indoor hotel area is 2000 m2 .
The Hotel exterior look is designed as a historical concept.
The hotel is managed by a professional hotel management chain
This hotel as a luxury boutique hotel has a good market share it is good for investment.
Istanbul is one of the world’s most ancient cities where the historic old meets the cosmopolitan new, uniquely straddling both Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait.
Istanbul offers visitors iconic historic sights as well as vibrant nightlife and designer shopping in uber-chic shopping malls in what is Turkey’s largest city.
This is one of the world’s greatest cities with an old quarter displaying a vast array of storybook domes and minarets, and narrow cobbled streets lined with traditional wooden houses, perfectly penned in on a diminishing peninsula pointing to Asia. On Istanbul’s southern side, the blue waters of the Sea of Marmara sparkle like an unfathomable number of diamonds whilst north, the Golden Horn curves gently to the pulsing lights and heady chimes of Beyoğlu, Istanbul’s entertainment hub.
Istanbul really is an all year-round destination. Arrive in late spring or early autumn to enjoy pleasant, sunny days or in the hotter midsummer to enjoy the Bosphorus in all its majesty and dine at one of the many frontline fresh fish restaurants. Some people say that Istanbul is at its most magical from mid-December through to mid-March, when fog and often snow blanket the city, and taking Turkish coffee at a pavement café seems bliss
Well if you are going to Istanbul then you really must try some Turkish food.
Turkey’s diverse climate and environs means there’s a ready supply of natural ingredients from a variety of plants, spices, and seafood all helping to make Turkish cuisine unique and tasty!
And its best to start with a Turkish breakfast where tea replaces the traditional coffee that Europeans often enjoy. Also sliced tomatoes and/or cucumbers are popular at a Turkish breakfast as are white cheese (similar to feta), old cheese (kaşar peyniri), black and/or green olives (zeytin), butter, thick cream (kaymak), honey, jam, an omelet or boiled eggs (yumurta) are all served up.
Try the Çakmak café in upmarket Besiktas which is famous for its lavish Turkish breakfasts. Istanbul street food is another tasty option. Try a Lahmacuna thin, oval piece of flat bread available with a variety of toppings. Or a Mısır which is freshly grilled corn-on-the-cob and popular in the winter.