Jumeirah Pera Palace, Istanbul - GoKurban
    • 12+ years
    • 12-15 years
    • 2-11 years
    • 0-23 months

Welcome to Jumeirah Pera Palace

Jumeirah Pera Palace The hotel is located very centrally at the heart of Taksim area in Pera District.Some deluxe rooms offer charming and characteristic street views of Pera and some offer to the guests to watch the mist gathering over Golden Horn in the early morning light or to marvel at the glorious sunset at dusk The rooms themselves are airy, featuring high ceilings. The style is classic, with fresh almond green and rich burgundy interiors, furnished in sumptuous fabrics and featuring historical furniture. Glass artworks divide the bedroom & bathroom allowing natural sunlight to stream through.The main Restaurant is called Agatha Restaurant, Named in honour of celebrated author Agatha Christie, Agatha pays tribute to the three major stops of the former Orient Express; Paris, Venice and ?stanbul. By serving a combination of French, Italian and Turkish cuisine, Agatha combines traditional Turkish ingredients with international cooking techniques. Much like Istanbul itself, the menu reflects a modern bridging of culinary cultures.It is one of the most historical buildings in the city as the hotel is built on 1895 for the visitors of Istanbul coming with the worldwide famous Orient Express. A typical combination of Ottoman and French Style.The lobby is very large, a combination of the front desk at the tea lounge. Enough seating capacity for large groups.Pera Palace Hotel opened as the first luxury hotel in the Ottoman Empire providing the last destination stop in the East for passengers on board The Orient Express. Located in the Tepeba?? district of Pera, this landmark hotel overlooks the Golden Horn. A great option for those who want to feel the authentic atmosphere of the city in a very good location. The hotel is also famous with the famous guests such as Agatha Christie, Queen Elizabeth II, Alfred Hitchcock, Emperor Franz Joseph, Ernest Hemingway, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, King Edward VIII and more.(c) Donvand Limited 2015