Sofa Hotel Istanbul

Istanbul Boutique Hotel
ChainIndependent / Other
Total Meeting Space1,175 sq. m
Guest Rooms82
Tesvikiye Caddesi No:41-41A
Istanbul 34367

Sofa Hotel Istanbul

Istanbul Boutique Hotel




2010 Turkey's Leading Design Hotel


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Outside Caterers Allowed
  • Pet Friendly


  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Tennis Courts

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,175 sq. m
Meeting Rooms5
Largest Room500 sq. m
Second Largest Room250 sq. m
Exhibit Space500 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms82
Tax Rate8%


Local Attractions

Dolmabahçe Palace

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
Dolmabahce Palace (Dolmabahce Sarayi) is an opulent nineteenth century palace on the Bosphorus which twice served as the seat of the Ottoman Empire. Begun in 1842 under Sultan Abdulmecit I, Dolmabahce Palace was completed in 1853 and first became the base of the Ottoman Empire as well as the home of Sultan Abdulmecit from 1856. It would remain as such until 1922, except for a twenty year period from 1889, when the seat was moved to Yildiz Palace. Even after the beginning of the Turkish Republic, Dolmabahce Palace did not lose its stature. In fact, it became the residence of its first president, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who died there on 10 November 1938. With its grand size and appearance both in it colourful interiors and ornate neoclassical exterior, Dolmabahce Palace is quite something to see. One of its most impressive rooms is the Throne Hall, with its elaborate chandelier gifted by Queen Victoria. Today, Dolmabahce Palace is a museum. Entry by guided tour only and if you’re planning to visit all the sections, a tour can take up to two and a half hours.

Ataturk Istanbul Airport

24 km away

Kanyon Shopping Mall

15 minutes away

Frankie Istanbul

Located on the rooftop of the hip The Sofa Hotel,Frankie Istabul offers an elegant and vibrant ambiance.
The Sofa Hotel Istanbul

Halic Congress Center

Convention Center
20 minutes away
deally situated along the shores of the world famous Golden Horn, the Haliç Congress Center is easily accessible from anywhere in the city via the E-5 and TEM Highways; it is also within strolling distance to the Miniatürk Theme Park and the Rahmi M. Koç Industrial Museum. Moreover, thanks to two recently built tunnels, the Haliç Congress Center is now within a short 10-minute drive from the downtown hotel and shopping districts without getting bogged down in İstanbul’s street traffic. As the sun’s ray reflect off the waters of the Golden Horn, the wisdom of its name becomes clear. Known as Haliç, which means ‘estuary’ in English, this offshoot of the Bosphorus waterway forms the natural harbor and peninsula known as ‘Old İstanbul’ that served as the main harbor and shipyards of Byzantium, Constantinople and İstanbul over the millennia. The namesake of the estuary and the districts located along its banks, Haliç was a popular residential area where Greeks, Jews, Genoese and other non-Muslims settled during the Ottoman period. Drafted by the famous Renaissance artist, Leonardo da Vinci, the Haliç Bridge eventually took its place in the annals of history as one of the world’s oldest bridges. Haliç was a colorful ethnic mosaic, a cornucopia of cultures, religions and traditions. Dubbed Sadabad, which means ‘Blissful Place,’ the Haliç was a favorite retreat for the Ottoman state elite and upper class with its mansions and large tulip gardens during the 18th century. Today, the Golden Horn is settled on both sides, with beautiful parks and promenades along the shores where one gaze at picturesque sunsets. Fener and Balat are old-style neighborhoods with traditional wooden houses, Byzantine-era churches and old synagogues, where the Greek Orthodox Patriarch also resides. Eyüp is another historic district which features the holiest Islamic shrine in the city. Overlooking the shrine, the tranquil Pierre Loti Hill is the perfect place to enjoy a commanding view of the Haliç. Other attractions in the immediate area include İstanbul’s first miniature park, ‘Miniaturk,’ the Rahmi M. Koç Industrial Museum, Kadır Has University and as well as a contemporary art museum called ‘Santral İstanbul.’ In short, today’s Haliç has become a steadfast patron of education, culture and the fine arts.

Sunset Grill &Bar

25 minutes away
Since it opened 15 years ago , Sunset Gril & Bar has lost none of its appeal or popularity. Enjoy delicious, unique fare, Sushi Bar and unparalleled winelist – all accompanied by a stunning view of Bosphorus. Since it opened 15 years ago , Sunset Gril & Bar has lost none of its appeal or popularity. Enjoy delicious, unique fare, Sushi Bar and unparalleled winelist – all accompanied by a stunning view of Bosphorus. Offering indoor setting for220 in the winter, SUnset Gril & Bar accommodates 400 guests in the summer months with the additon of its open-air terrace, making it a popular venue for special events as well. With the specially trained, Professional service and kitchen personel, Sunset Grill & Bar offers exceptional, high quality service to create an uforgettable atmosphere where guests can enjoy select fare from the International cuisine. Sunset Gril & Bar is a member of Chaine des Rotissuers The Bar is open from 18:00 till late at night, and it’s an ideal bar to unwined and sip a relaxing cocktail, overlook to Asia while you’re in European side of İstanbul.


15 minutes away
Exceeding the borders of the country with its fame, Reina is also the attraction center of the foreign press and world famous stars. Designer Barbara Pensoy preferred red through the trend colors of the season and added elegance to Reina with a selection of ornate designs. Reina, entertaining its guests at the most wonderful point of the city with a shining panorama of İstanbul facing the opposite side, along with a magnificent Bridge over the Bosphorus. Reina opens it’s doors at 6.00 pm and restaurants start serving at 7.00 pm. Club renders service between 10.00 pm to 5.00 am. Reina; bringing together the most popular restaurants of İstanbul such as Park Şamdan, Köşebaşı, Dragon, Itsumi, Blue Topaz and Reina Restaurant together; aims to be the choice of gourmet diners continuously. Reina, which has not made any concession of quality and style for nine years, continues to be of escalating value to SU Entertainment Group with its customer-oriented point of view, excellent service manner and innovations.

Ulus 29

30 minutes away
Open since December 1993, Ulus 29 is owned and managed by Metin Fadıllıoğlu. – a name synonymous with offering quality service, ambiance and a fine dining experience to local and international gastronomy aficionados. Ulus 29 is located on a hilltop in the upscale neighborhood of Ulus. The indoor dining area has floor to to ceiling windows affording a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus strait and the two bridges connecting the European and Asian shorelines. Further, the terrace is open during the summer months for your dining pleasure. The décor of Ulus 29 was designed by Zeynep Fadıllıoğlu, an internationally acclaimed interior designer, and her ZF Design team. Ulus 29 is open daily from 6:30pm on for dinner and Monday-Friday from noon to 3:00pm for lunch. Adjacent to the restaurant is “The Private Room” also affording a magnificent Bosphorus view. It is available for exclusive gatherings, meetings and special events.
Adnan Saygun Cad Ulus Parkı İci
No:71/ 1 Ulus
İstanbul, TR

Distance from Airport

  • 24 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking


Located at Nisantasi, Istanbul’s trendiest and ultimate fashion, shopping and gourmet center, Sofa Hotel Istanbul blends modern art and the luxury accommodation concepts while within only couple of minutes away to exquisite restaurants, bars and cafes. Guests may also reach to the most prestigious fashion labels as well as art galleries or convention centres.10 minutes far away to Taksim Square & Istanbul Convention Center Sofa comes equipped with everything guests have come to expect of from a modern luxury hotel: fitness room, relaxing pool, sauna, steam room and Turkish bath. The hotel features all day long Sofie, where guests can choose from a menu of gourmet international cuisine either for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Coffee breaks and lush cocktails can also be the hand-picked choices all along an active Nisantasi day. Sofa has 82 well furnished sleep rooms including 70 deluxe rooms and 12 suites come fully outfitted with, naturally, a specially designed sofa, high-speed internet, interactive satellite LCD TV, video on demand, bar setup, rainfall shower, bathtub, pillow menu. Highly individual service for each room is a “24-hour Anything, Anytime button”, which functions precisely as it sounds. Guests can be assured of receiving personalized, no-holds-barred service around the clock. For those looking to host business or social events, the hotel offers 1,200 square meters of conference space divided into five meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology and open areas. Sofa also offers an individual and multifunctional venue concept "HallArts", the new 440 square meters multi-functional special events venue where guests can have "Sofa Style" service quality while experiencing the unique pieces of visual arts. Frankie, which is located on the roof top one of Istanbul's trendiest dining experiences and also hosts live acoustic performances by local and international artists as well as famous DJs. Down below, Nisantasi neighborhood in which Sofa Istanbul stands offers galleries, boutiques, and restaurants in abundance.

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Nominated as: 2010 Turkey's Leading Design Hotel

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