Four Seasons - Bosphorus
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Rates starting from Euro 350 per room per night.

Special Offer : Discounted Rates for Honeymooners
Overview

On the European bank of the Bosphorus – which flows through Istanbul’s history and heart – Four Seasons gives a 19th-century palace a fresh, eclectic spirit. Alluring facilities include a chic urban spa. Fine restaurants and pools by the quayside overlook the Asian shore. And all are awash in the light, space and excitement of this water’s-edge location.

Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus offers 170 guest rooms including 25 suites. Bright and airy, blending Ottoman design details and contemporary furnishings, they open to balmy sea breezes and a variety of waterfront, garden and city views. Nearly a quarter of the rooms offer views across the legendary Strait to the hills of Asia. A lavish marble bathroom offers a deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower, and a WC with telephone in a separate alcove.

The Spa takes inspiration from the enduring mystique and unique qualities of the hammam (Turkish bath), famous since Ottoman times. Serenity, purity and cleansing embody all facets of the guest experience. The 2,100-square-metre (22,605-square-foot) facility offers 10 luxurious treatment rooms (including a private spa suite for two), steam rooms, saunas, men’s and women’s hammams and a breathtaking sky lit indoor pool. Nurturing and personal Four Seasons care ensures a relaxing, renewing journey that honours ancient Near Eastern tradition, while celebrating modern Western sophistication.

Overlooking the Bosphorus, Aqua showcases fine Mediterranean cuisine, with Italian and Turkish specialities and signature dishes that feature fish and lamb. A breakfast buffet features international offerings, while lunch and dinner offer an à la carte menu accompanied by an exceptional range of fine wines. A children's menu is available

Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus basks in the coastal resort ambience of the historic strait of the Bosphorus – with its vibrant jazz clubs and designer shops, and where reflections of private palaces shimmer in the wake of passing yachts.