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Fairmont Quasar Istanbul

Rising over the slopes of the Bosphorus, surveying centuries of history, yet silhouetted against the modern skyline of Istanbul, the Fairmont heritage of distinction and style comes to Istanbul, fusing with the city’s storied history and traditions to bring guests an exceptional experience in the heart of one of the world’s most talked about destinations.

For guests seeking a true luxury hotel in Istanbul, Fairmont Quasar Istanbul is at once in touch with this fabulous city’s storied past and part of its dynamic future, rising up from the heart of Istanbul’s main business district Mecidiyeköy, close to Gayrettepe and Levent.

Elegantly designed for the sophisticated modern traveler, Fairmont Quasar Istanbul’s 209 luxury guestrooms include 25 Suites and 40 Gold Rooms all offering exclusive touches ranging from individual balconies and Bosphorus views to a private Turkish bath in your own bathroom complete with authentic tap and basin as well as a heated pedestal – an amenity as unique as it is indulgent.


Raffles Istanbul

Located at Zorlu Center, “the” hub for luxury shopping, the neighborhood for best restaurants and entertainment downtown, Raffles Istanbul is the epicenter for “Istanbulites” and well-travelled guests for comfort, exclusivity and a true five star luxury hotel experience.

Rising above the most desirable vantage point in Istanbul, Raffles Istanbul is appreciated for providing stunning Bosphorus views, some of the largest rooms and suites in Turkey.

Every element of this luxury property has been carefully considered with Raffles Butlers providing an unparalleled level of luxury and service. Raffles Spa, one of the largest in the city, offers everything from Turkish baths to Eastern massages for the ultimate rest and rejuvenation experience.

With its numerous bars and restaurants, the hotel offers a variety of choices from casual dining to world-class gastronomy such as Arola Restaurant by the Michelin-starred chef Sergi Arola, world's first Raffles Patisserie and the legendary Long Bar with its lively and energetic atmosphere.


Four Seasons


At The Bosphorus

Along the Bosphorus, in one of Istanbul's trendiest and most naturally beautiful neighbourhoods, find a former 19th-century Ottoman palace transformed into a hotel sanctuary of luxury and comfort. A chic city retreat on Istanbul’s glorious seafront, this converted Ottoman palace is surrounded by indigo waters and mountaintops. Visit the place where East meets West and the past meets whatever’s coming next. Stimulating days and vibrant nights await at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.

The banks of the Bosphorus give rise to a coastal enclave of shimmering natural beauty, centuries-old architecture, and a vibrant mosaic of cafés, clubs, restaurants, galleries and shopping. Explore it all from the comfort and luxury of Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.

With an unbeatable location on the European banks of the Bosphorus, Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus has 170 guest rooms, 25 of which are suites. The most awe-inspiring is the Atik Pasha Suite, the presidential suite located on the second floor at the Palace building. This elegant suite is named after Atik Pasha Palace, a historical palace in the Ottoman Empire built in the second half of 19th century, which is now home to Four Seasons. At 377 square metres (more than 4,000 square feet), this exquisite suite covers almost the half of the second floor on the Palace building.The Atik Pasha Suite has three bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, a living room, a dining room, a study and a fully equipped kitchenette, plus a fourth guest bathroom. The finely crafted dining room is perfect for family meals or private business dinners, and the kitchenette makes it very convenient for families with small children or for those who would like to entertain en suite.


Four Seasons


At Sultanahmet

Visit a one-of-a-kind luxury hotel retreat in Istanbul’s oldest district. Travel in time with visits to the 6th-century St. Sophia, the 15th-century Topkapi Palace and the 17th-century Blue Mosque, just a five-minute walk from our Sultanahmet luxury hotel in Istanbul’s Old City.

In an ancient city bounded by the mystic waters of the Golden Horn, Sea of Marmara and the Bosphorus, find 65 Istanbul luxury hotel rooms and suites, housed in a century-old neoclassical Turkish prison. Four Seasons Hotel is just steps from Istanbul’s most important landmarks in Sultanahmet.

With 65 Old City Istanbul luxury hotel guest rooms and suites circling a manicured courtyard where birds sing and a fragrant herb garden gives off an enticing smell, the accommodations at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet provides an intimate enclave in the heart of the city.

Journey to “the Old City,” where the streets are narrow, smells of incense and spices fill the air, and monuments such as the Haghia Sofia, Blue Mosque, and Topkapi Palace draw closer with each step. Explore it all from the comfort and luxury of Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet.


Mandarin Oriental Bodrum

Overlooking the calm, crystal clear waters of the Aegean, Mandarin Oriental Bodrum is a 5-star luxury resort on the Bodrum Peninsula. Shaped like a painter's palette, the Bodrum Peninsula in south-west Turkey is blessed with a full spectrum of colours: green hilltop villages, white pebble beaches and orange satsuma groves. Watched over for 600 years by a Crusader castle, Bodrum (ancient Halicarnassus) refers to the main town and the peninsula it occupies, and is a world-class luxury destination.

Whether you are seeking absolute escapism or glamorous partying, Turkey's sparkling Riviera gem – with its azure-sea backdrop, waterside dining and storied past – is a magical place to be.

With beautifully designed rooms and spacious suites, innovative gourmet dining and extensive leisure facilities, Mandarin Oriental Bodrum is a luxurious beachside retreat with an elegant Asian feel. A luxury five-star hotel retreat with two private beaches and excellent leisure facilities, invites you to lie back, relax and savour the moment.

Mandarin Oriental Bodrum offers a seductive blend of style, serenity and five-star comfort. With a range of gourmet restaurants, relaxing spa and choice of rooms, suites and villas, this unique resort is truly world-class. At Mandarin Oriental Bodrum a most luxurious Mediterranean lifestyle awaits. Experience crystal waters and deep relaxation at this serene retreat in Paradise Bay.


Il Riccio Beach House Bodrum

An exclusive yet vibrant retreat equally suited to socialising and relaxation, Il Riccio’s intimacy allows one to set the tone. The essence of Capri’s iconic Michelin-starred Il Riccio restaurant has successfully travelled to Bodrum and Il Riccio Beach House, accurately mirrors its surroundings in a celebration of the Mediterranean.

Nestled in the picturesque Aegean bay, every aspect of the hotel is inspired by the sea. Light, white spaces offer a blank canvas for a memorable stay, whether guests choose to indulge in revelry or relaxation. With just ten luxurious rooms and suites, luxurious rooms and suites, the mood here is more home than hotel.

Washed in shades of aqua, this exclusive house is a reflection of its environment, the ‘Land of Eternal Blue’. Seek respite from the Mediterranean heat in cool living spaces, each one lined with hand-painted majolica tiles and offering unrivalled sea views from a terrace or balcony. Canopied beds and tech-led convenience ensure the utmost comfort and give the freedom to set a personalised schedule for a carefree stay.


D-Hotel Maris

(D Maris Bay Datça Peninsula)

Nestled in the hills of the Datça Peninsula, D Maris Bay promises a peaceful oasis in a stunning corner of southern Turkey. The hotel’s idyllic location marks where the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas converge, a remote enclave that guarantees complete seclusion and tranquillity. This diverse setting is like no other, surrounded by a landscape that encompasses volcanic mountain ranges, verdant pine forests and countless small islands.

The result is a palpable sense of calm throughout the collection of intimate rooms and villas. Each accommodation offers a private sanctuary amongst contemporary decor and special touches. Revel in the presence of the divine luxury, private mesmerising sea and mountain views and succumb to the raw beauty of the surroundings. This is all underlined by D Maris Bay’s defining characteristic: warm, generous Mediterranean hospitality.

Guests can live the dream at the Espace Vitalité Chenot in the D Maris Bay. From a diverse range of organically cultivated marine and terrestrial flora, the Chenot Actifs produces exquisite and fragrant products which stimulates the youth and the purity of each guest by elevating the body’s energy balance. With over 40 years of experience and research, these unique products are extracted from floras energy synthesizing structures. Each oil functions to a specific area of the body and consists of eight unique products; Yin, Yang, Relax, Detox, Linfa, Cellulite, Solvant and Regen, under the Chenot Actifs line. These blends are the foundation of the Espace Vitalité treatments which reduce or eliminate the build-up of toxins, blemishes, and muscular tension from excessive stress and fatigue.

Restorative and serene, this luxurious retreat is the ultimate escape where time is endless.


Argos in Cappadocia

Sprawled across the site of an ancient monastery, Argos in Cappadocia is a gateway to another time. The hotel emerges from a 2000-year-old historical network of ancient ruins, caves and underground tunnels, all lovingly restored by visionary owner Gökşin Ilıcalı, and in consultation with master architect Turgut Cansever over a period of 20 years. The result is a country heritage-style retreat that thoroughly represents the spirit of Cappadocia. Perched just above Uçhisar Village, the experience is framed by a spectacular scene of canyons, mountains and the famous ‘fairy chimneys’: a remarkable snapshot of Anatolia’s multifaceted landscape.

In a unique twist, living spaces reveal age-old stone and give the taste of the magic of village life here. Literally carved from caves, imaginative rooms and suites are sprinkled through seven revived mansions and demonstrate an excellency in craftsmanship. Decorative touches, such as Turkish carpets, adorn each space, while artifacts sit cradled in rustic alcoves and capture the essence of this distinct Mediterranean heritage.

Beyond the postcards, the photo opportunities, the souvenirs and the accelerated tours awaits the real Cappadocia, and the best way to discover it is to step into another world and another time. And that’s exactly what Argos in Cappadocia set out to do some years ago: to discover and to reveal for guests the real enchantment of Cappadocia. To create a space that lives and breathes the spectacular sunrises and sunsets, that speaks the language of Mount Erciyes, of rock doves and pigeons, of vineyards and monasteries, and of the vibrant colors of the changing seasons…


Museum Hotel

‘Unique...’ There is no other word that better describes Museum Hotel. Situated in a very special geographic region in Cappadocia, Museum Hotel has been designed and created from a distinctive combination of the land and historical features and ruins, some intact and some beautifully restored to their original glory. The hotel features 30 rooms & suites - each of them exceptional in their own inimitable way. No room can be alike, with each bringing its own special ambiance, contributing to Museum Hotel’s evident character and charm.

Thanks to Museum Hotel’s unique location, guests enjoy an unrivalled panoramic view of the major districts of the region: Avanos, Göreme, Love Valley, Pigeon Valley, Red Valley, and Mt. Erciyes. The special area where Museum Hotel is located consists of many cave and stone houses that are thousands of years old. It is known that Hittites, Persians, and early Christian Romans lived in the now carefully restored caves belonging to Museum Hotel, such as the historical Uchisar Castle.

As you spend your time in Museum Hotel, you’ll begin to notice that, in fact, you’re in a real, living museum. All the rooms, suites, the Lil’a restaurant, the reception, and all the outer spaces are decorated with valuable—and in some cases, priceless—antiques, registered in Nevşehir Museum.



Turkey is the home of chic: Stylish cities (Istanbul has one of the world’s youngest populations) and luxury hotels, hip beach towns along the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, world-class historic sites and ruins, and memorable desert landscapes such as Cappadocia and beyond. Add to that the upscale eateries and nightclubs, Bosphorus cruises, outdoor cafes and parks, diverse artisan bazaars and decadent spas, and you've got a vacation to call home about. This is a place both cosmopolitan and sophisticated but still possessing the unspoiled native culture and sights that make this destination so distinct. Come alone or with others — regardless, you'll make friends. Turkish people are known for their warmth and eagerness to share their country’s past and present. In the summer, coastal regions are cool and wet in winter, dry and sunny in summer. Skiers and snowboarders will freak out at the incredible mountain snow in the winter, leaving the rest of us will enjoy Istanbul year-round. It’s that good.