Çırağan Palace, which was built by Grand Vizier Ibrahim Pasha of Nevsehir for his wife Fatma Sultan, is one of the symbols of Istanbul.

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Eklenme Tarihi: March 23, 2013 ART
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The palace which had hosted the torchlight fetes used to be organized in Istanbul, got its name, inspiring from those festivals, from Persian word ‘Çırağan’ which means ‘light’. The palace which was torn down many times and restored after the fire in 1909, has been turned into an extremely elegant coast hotel with various additions in 1990.

With its central location, rich history, elite ambience, customer portfolio and tremendous Bosphorus view, Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul is an elite hotel where many important local and foreigner names put up at. In Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul, there are a total of 313 rooms and suits (282 rooms + 20 hotel suits + 11 palace suits), each one furnished with a special taste, infused with Wi-Fi, satellite system and mini bar and dominating the Bosphorus with their large windows. The restaurant of the hotel with almost 250 person capacity has the quality to be congenial and to meet every demand with its experienced staff, high quality service and rich menu.

 

The breakfasts in Çırağan are served in Laledan Restaurant. The only restaurant found in the Palace building, Tuğra Restaurant & Lounge, is waiting for its guests with its menu with the most delicious examples of Turkish kitchen.

Spa and health center, Turkish bath, hot tub and fitness center are just some of the several luxury opportunities that Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul offer for its guests.

If you would like to stay in one of the iconic buildings of Istanbul, a hotel in touch with history and Bosphorus, Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul would be an ideal choice for you.

 

Reference;

www.kempinski.com