Nestled on the cusp of Beyoğlu, Istanbul's vibrant cultural hub, stands the Pera Palace - an enchanting and storied hotel that has borne witness to a century of history. As a living monument to Istanbul's rich heritage, this architectural masterpiece has withstood the ravages of time, surviving the fall of the Ottoman Empire and two World Wars to emerge as a symbol of cultural resilience.
Crafted by the visionary Levantine architect Alexandre Vallaury in 1892, the Pera Palace Hotel is a breathtaking fusion of neo-classical and oriental architecture. Each of its 115 rooms and suites is named after a famous past guest, such as Ernest Hemingway and Greta Garbo, and is adorned with vintage furnishings and lavish Carrara marble bathrooms.
Alongside its luxurious lodgings, the Pera Palace Hotel has many amenities, such as a spa, a fitness center, an indoor pool, and a restaurant that pays homage to Agatha Christie's"Murder on the Orient Express."