The House Hotel Galatasaray, The House Hotels, The House Hotels of Istanbul

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The House Hotel Galatasaray, which opened its doors on April 2010, is a charming Istanbul four-storey mansion built in 1890′s.

The hotel has undergone a complete renovation of the highest quality by internationally acclaimed and multi-awarded winner Autoban Design firm, retaining many original features such as a fabulous marble staircase and a reception area.

The boutique hotel has 20 large, design and elegant rooms with a lounge bar on the top floor, which offers outstanding views of downtown Istanbul and The Galata Tower.

The House Hotel Galatasaray is ideally located between the Bosphorus and Istiklal Avenue in the old district of Cukurcuma. Taksim square, the Golden Horn and the historical peninsula of Sultanahmet is only a short walk away. It is an ideal base to see Istanbul due to its close proximity to the tramway, subway and ferryboat which allows you to visit the Princes Islands, Asian side of Istanbul and even the Black Sea area.

“The House Hotels are committed to provide service beyond customers’ expectations of luxury and at the same time give the “home away from home” feeling in prime locations.”

Our values

  • We are committed to provide genuine service and unique experience of affordable luxury
  • Self-critical, committed to personnel excellence and self-improvement
  • We are open-minded and flexible
  • We act with integrity and respect towards the people involved with us and the community around
  • We are committed to create a positive environment for both guest and employees

For more information about the hotel is a short distance from the historic sights, you can visit the web site.

The House Hotel Galatasaray

The House Hotel Galatasaray

The House Hotel Galatasaray

The House Hotel Galatasaray

The House Hotel Galatasaray
Address: Firuzağa Mah. Bostanbaşı Cad. No:19 Beyoğlu 34425, Istanbul
Phone: +90 (212) 252 04 22
Fax: +90 (212) 245 23 07

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