Movenpick Hotel Istanbul Golden Horn

Istanbul Hotel
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ChainMovenpick Hotels
Movenpick Hotels
Total Meeting Space748 sq. m
Guest Rooms136
Silahtaraga Caddesi, No. 87
Istanbul 34050




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Room Service


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space748 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4
Largest Room380 sq. m
Second Largest Room90 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms136



Local Attractions

Taksim Square

10 km away
Taksim Square, situated in the European part of Istanbul, is a major tourist and leisure district that is well known for its variety of restaurants, shops and hotels. Known as the centre of modern Istanbul, Taksim Square is the location of the Republic Monument, which was built in 1928 to commemorate the formation of the Turkish Republic.


3 km away
Miniaturk in Sütlüce, the world’s largest miniature park, covers a total area of 60,000 square meters and contains 120 models created in 1/25th scale. Creating a fairy tale atmosphere, the Miniaturk project is divided into three main sections; Anatolia, Istanbul and the former Ottoman territories. In addition to the models on exhibition in the open-air museum, Miniaturk also offers a 400-seat amphitheatre, a playground for the park's younger visitors, a life size chess board and a labyrinth.

Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts

10 km away
Located at Sultanahmet, the collection at the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts consists of approximately 33,000 pieces from each historic era. The first Turkish museum of Turkish and Islamic arts, the building contains a rich collection of rugs, ceramics, glass, metalwork, miniatures, stone art, calligraphy, textiles and wooden works. Specific items of interest on display here include funeral belts, pearl reading desks, carved cooper cups, royal crests, clothing belonging to Sultan Yıldırım Beyazıt and Sultan Selim II.

Fener and Balat Area

Historical Landmark
5 km away
Located at the southern shores of Golden Horn, Fener and Balat districts offer visitors the opportunity to visit the temples, synagogues, Armenian churches, Romaic churches, Byzantine remnants and ayazmas associated with historic Istanbul. This part of the city has been settled for over 2,000 years and has become one of the oldest Jewish districts in Istanbul. Two of the most popular attractions sought by tourists include the functioning Byzantine churches and only church in the world constructed entirely of iron and steel. With colourful streets, fantastic views of Istanbul's waterways, traditional wooden houses and rich history, the site is filled with UNESCO projects that are sure to capture the attention of tourists seeking to experience Turkish culture.

Santral Istanbul

2 km away
Formerly the Silahtarağa Power Plant, Santral Istanbul offers a diverse range of attractions including exhibitions, arts and cultural events, educational programmes and concerts. Located on the Golden Horn, the structure was the Ottoman Empire’s first urban-scale power plant and supplied the city with electricity from 1911 and 1983. The facility also features of the Museum of Energy, Turkey’s first industrial archaeology museum.

Eyüp Area and Pierre Loti

Historical Landmark
2 km away
The Eyüp neighbourhood, an Ottoman district, is located on the Golden Horn outside the historic city walls. A historic area, Eyüp boasts many traditional Islamic sights including the famous Eyüp Sultan Mosque. Many tourists also venture up the hill adjacent to the Eyup Sultan Mosque to enjoy the splendid scenery and the natural beauties of Pierre Loti, which can also be reached via the teleferic ride (cable car). Named after the French naval officer and famous novelist who came to Istanbul in 1876, Pierre Loti offers a panoramic view of the Golden Horn. Also known as “Lovers Hill” by locals, visitors can enjoy their Turkish coffee or tea at the famous café perched on the top of the hill.

Rahmi M. Koç Museum

8 km away
The Rahmi M. Koç Museum, located on the northern shore of Golden Horn, extends across three separate areas spanning around 27,000 square kilometres, including the historic lengerhane building and the historic Hasköy dockyard. The museum includes an open air display area, where visitors can see large scale and durable objects such as a submarine, ferry boat, planes and a floating sheerlegs. The privately owned museum also hosts Atatürk Collection which includes personal belongings from costumes to official equipment of the Founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey.

Topkapi Palace

10 km away
The Topkapi Palace was the official and primary residence in the city of the Ottoman Sultans between 1465 and 1853. The palace was once a setting for state occasions and royal entertainments and today is a major tourist attraction. After the end of the Ottoman Empire in 1921, the Topkapi Palace was transformed by government decree on 3 April 1924 into a museum of the imperial era. The palace is filled of examples of Ottoman architecture and also contains large collections of porcelain, robes, weapons, shields, armour, Ottoman miniatures, Islamic calligraphic manuscripts and murals, as well as a display of Ottoman treasure and jewellery.

Distance from Airport

  • 16 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking


Movenpick Hotel Istanbul Golden Horn is located on the Golden Horn natural estuary which is an extension of the Bosphorus strait. The city’s major shopping districts, popular commercial areas and many of the most famous tourist attractions in the Old City are all easily accessible from the hotel. With a contemporary design reflecting the Golden Horn’s history and incorporating the very latest green building technology, this boutique hotel offers a total of 136 spacious rooms enjoying many impressive waterfront views, a restaurant serving gourmet culinary delights, a rejuvenating Spa and five state-of-the-art meeting rooms.

Additional Information

Key Features : Contemporary design inspired by the history of Golden Horn. Convenient business and leisure location, 10 minutes from Halic Congress Centre. Spacious rooms with breath-taking views of the Golden Horn shore, city and park. A Ballroom with unique car entrance with elevator. 10 minutes away from the Old City

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