Ciragan Palace Kempinski


Hotel Ciragan Palace Kempinski is one of the most beautiful hotels in Istanbul; may be in Europe. It has an excellent location by the European shores of Bosphorus overlooking to the Asian continent.

The Ciragan Palace was originally built in

16th century in wood and then rebuilt in marble for sultan Aziz in mid 19th century. It was used as a summer residence of last Ottoman Sultans. In 1991 it was restored and converted in to a luxury hotel.

It offers perfect combination of Turkey’s great tradition of hospitality with luxurious living. Combining rich Ottoman architecture with the modern comfort of a deluxe hotel, the Ciragan palace Kempinski offers a resort ambiance in the center of the city.

The Palace section of the Hotel has 22000 square meters of floor space and caters a wide variety of banqueting, dining, and meeting demands. Guests can sample the culinary riches of the hotel’s four restaurants offering world-class dinning options.