St. Regis Istanbul

Location: Istanbul | Turkey

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

A brand new bolt-hole on the luxury hotel scene in Istanbul, the St. Regis Istanbul opened its doors in March 2015, after much anticipation: this is the brand’s debut in Turkey. Blending a 1920’s Art Deco style with bursts of modern artwork from The Demsa Group’s collection, St. Regis Istanbul is a stylish addition to the city’s string of lavish hotels.  
Perfect forWell-heeled visitors keen to experience top luxury in the exciting city of Istanbul.
In the knowThe hotel was dreamt up by Turkish architect Emre Arolat, who sought to capture the essence of contemporary Istanbul with elements of Art Deco glamour.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview

Where

In Nisantasi, rubbing shoulders with high-end boutiques and contemporary art galleries.

Rooms at St. Regis

Istanbul The rooms and suites have large floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over Macka Park with the Bosphorus in the distance, and neutral colours are accented by pops of contemporary art adorning the walls. Bathrooms are spacious and marble-clad, featuring deep-soaking bathtubs and rain showers. The most spectacular room in the hotel is the Bentley Suite, the second launched after after St. Regis New York, which is decked out with signature Bentley designs such as the Bentley-leather couch.

Food and facilities

Spago restaurant is the first outpost in Turkey and sits atop the hotel with a large terrace lounge encased by glass walls, where guests tuck into international cuisine prepared by prominent Austrian chef Wolfgang Puck. Then there’s the less formal St. Regis Brasserie on the ground floor, which serves French classics with a Turkish twist, and the hotel also boasts a luxurious spa with three pools and Turkish hammam.

Activities at St. Regis

Istanbul At the St. Regis Istanbul you’ll have countless high-end art galleries and designer shops right at your fingertips: Nisantasi is the district for boutique shopping. There’s also an endless string of fantastic restaurants and bars to try, and for a little sight-seeing, Dolmabahce Palace is within easy walking distance. The city’s top attractions, like the iconic mosques Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque, are just a short taxi ride away.

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