Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah

Istanbul Luxury Hotel
ChainJumeirah Hotels
Jumeirah Hotels
Total Meeting Space800 sq. m
Guest Rooms115
Mesrutiyet Cad. Tepebasi, No. 52
Istanbul 34430

Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah

Istanbul Luxury Hotel




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Piano
  • Portable Heaters
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space800 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4
Largest Room215 sq. m
Second Largest Room212 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available
Exhibit Space200 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms115
Tax Rate8%


Local Attractions

Ataturk International Airport

20 km away
Yeşilköy Mh.
Istanbul, TR 34149

The Ataturk Suite

The great leader and founder of modern-day Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk stayed at the Pera Palace Hotel in 1917 for the first time and from then on Room 101 was his preferred choice. On his 100th birthday in 1981, the room was converted into a museum. The room is opened to visits and contains the personal belongings of Atatürk such as his clothes, hats, shoes, eye glasses and such. Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah continues to collect items related to Atatürk and those pertinent to the early 20th century period, including books, magazines, carpets and medals.

Grand Bazaar

Historical Landmark
The Grand Bazaar is one of Istanbul’s most mesmerising attractions. Its thousands of shops and vibrant atmosphere make it one of the city’s most attractive places to go, for tourists and locals alike. At Pera Palace Hotel, Jumeirah, you’ll be within convenient reach of the Grand Bazaar, as well as the city’s other main shopping attractions. Explore Beyoğlu, where the hotel is located, to discover wonderful shops, cafes and nightlife. Navigating the Grand Bazaar It’s easy to get lost in the Grand Bazaar, so make sure you stick with your family, friends or tour guide, or keep a map to hand. This enormous bazaar is one of the world’s largest covered markets, spread over 60 streets and containing over 3000 shops. The Grand Bazaar is also one of the oldest of its kind, with roots stretching back to the 15th century. Its first ‘bedestan’ (domed building) was built in 1455 on the orders of Sultan Mehmet I. In the 16th century, it was expanded by Suleiman the Magnificent. During its history, the Grand Bazaar has seen damage from fires and most significantly, an earthquake in 1894. However, its subsequent restoration ensured it remained intact and today, its marvellous labyrinthine structure is said to attract up to 400,000 people each day. What to buy in the Grand Bazaar Many people visit the Grand Bazaar to marvel at its beautiful interior and mind-boggling array of shops. But, of course, there’s plenty to buy here too, with certain sectors of the market specialising in different goods. Look out for streets of gold jewellery, and others lined with leatherware and furniture. Visitors can also find traditional Turkish sweets like Turkish Delight on offer.
Istanbul, TR


1 km away
The district of Beyoglu mainly the area around the Boulevard of Istiklal Caddesi (Independance Avenue - formelly known also as Grande Rue de Pera) has always been the center of the most luxurorious shops, restaurants, several great embassies and churches. The whole district was reconstructed and changed into one large pedestrian zone with tourist friendly signs and orientation which turned the place into a very safe and beautiful place where to spend your time on your visit.
Istanbul, TR

Galata Tower

Historical Landmark
Galata Tower is situated in the bustling Istanbul district of Galata. This medieval attraction occupies an important place in the city’s history, and rewards visitors with stunning views if they climb up to the top. History of the Galata Tower Galata Tower’s roots stretch right back to the sixth century, when it was built as the Lighthouse Tower by the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius. Originally, the tower was made with wood, but when it was taken by the Genoese in 1348 it was rebuilt with stone and named the Tower of Christ. At the time, Galata was a walled Genoese trading colony in Constantinople, the old name for Istanbul. After the Ottoman Conquest of Constantinople in 1453, Galata Tower was used as a dungeon and then an observatory. In the 17th century, the early aviator Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi is said to have launched himself from Galata Tower with wooden wings and flown over the Bosphorous to the Asian side of the city. 100 years later, it became a watch tower that helped to spot fires breaking out around the city. Views from the tower Today, visitors can climb up Galata Tower to its viewing platform. The tower is 66m tall and offers guests breathtaking panoramas of Istanbul. From the tower, many of the city’s major sights are visible, including the Haghia Sophia, Sultanahmet Mosque and the famous Golden Horn, which separates Istanbul’s European and Asian halves. Galata is widely considered to be Istanbul’s modern centre, so travellers will find many things to do near the tower. Stroll down bustling Istikal Street and Taksim Square, explore contemporary art at Istanbul Modern or discover Istanbul’s Jewish history at Galata’s synagogues.
Istanbul, TR

Sultan Ahmet

Historical Landmark
5 km away
Sultanahmet is the central part of Istanbul’s Old City, and a favourite location with travellers in this spectacular city. Its focal point is Sultanahmet Mosque, one of Istanbul’s most important religious sites. Sultanahmet Mosque Sultanahmet Mosque was built during the Ottoman reign of Istanbul, in the 17th century under the order of Sultan Ahmed I, from whom it gets its name. This grand structure was designed by the architect Mehmet Aga and is recognisable from Istanbul’s other mosques because it has six minarets – the slim peaks that rise up from the roof – rather than the standard four. Inside, you’ll find beautiful blue tiles adorning its walls, a feature that has given rise to its nickname, ‘the Blue Mosque’. Sultanahmet Mosque is still a working place of worship, but it’s open to visitors and is free to enter. The mosque is a great place to learn more about Istanbul’s history and its culture, and a welcoming place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Exploring Sultanahmet Square Sultanahmet Mosque is located in Sultanahmet Square, once called the Hippodrome of Constantinople. In Turkish, it is known as Sultanahmet Meydani, and its plethora of historic attractions makes it top on the list of places to see in Istanbul. In addition to Sultanahmet Mosque, you’ll find the Haghia Sophia, a magnificent Byzantine structure that was once an Orthodox Church and is now a mosque. Topkapı Palace is also situated here, and this lavish building offers a fascinating glimpse into the life of Ottoman rulers. Other historic attractions in Sultanahmet Square include the Museum of Archaeology and the Basilica Cistern. And to escape the crowds, take a break in Gülhane Park, a former royal hunting ground.
Istanbul, TR

Dolmabahce Palace

Historical Landmark
3 km away
Dolmabahce Palace is an impressive European-style residence that was the centre of the Ottoman Empire for the last 60 years of its existence. Visit Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul and discover the lavish former home of Turkey’s old rulers. The history of Dolmabahce Palace While many of Istanbul’s attractions are located in the old city of Sultanahmet, Dolmabahce Palace is situated on the shores of the Bosphorous Strait near Taksim, with its glorious façade facing out onto the river. Built between 1843 and 1856, it superseded Topkapi Palace as the main residence and administrative centre of the Ottoman Empire. Between its opening and the end of the empire, Dolmabahce Palace was home to six sultans. Following the foundation of the Republic of Turkey in 1922, the palace was transferred to state hands and became the residence of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Turkey’s first president and the founder of its modern nation. Dolmabahce Palace boasts 285 rooms and a glass chandelier weighing four and a half tonnes. Today, it is open to visitors, who can visit the Selamlik and Haremlik sections. A highlight of the Selamlik is its grand entrance hall, complete with a crystal staircase. The main attraction in the Haremlik is the room in which Ataturk passed away in 1938. Exploring Istanbul’s many palaces Istanbul is teeming with historic palaces and royal buildings for travellers to explore. Visit Topkapi Palace in Sultanahmet to see the first residence of Ottoman rulers in Istanbul. Yildiz Palace showcases the opulence in which the sultans once lived, and Beylerbeyi Palace is one of the most fascinating attractions on Istanbul’s Asian side.
Istanbul, TR

Topkapi Palace

Historical Landmark
5 km away
Topkapi Palace, located in Sultanahmet Square, is one of Istanbul’s premier attractions. Discover the sights of Topkapi Palace on a trip to the city and enjoy a glimpse into the past lives of Turkey’s Ottoman rulers. Exploring Topkapi Palace Nestled amidst the attractions of the Old City, Topkapi Palace was built in the mid-15th century, shortly after the Ottoman conquest of Turkey. For 400 years, it was the main home of the Ottoman Empire’s rulers, until Dolmabahce Palace was built in the district of Galata in Istanbul. Topkapi Palace is a colossal attraction, so visitors should plan to spend between half a day to a whole day exploring its many rooms. Enter the grand imperial gate and explore the palace’s First Court, also known as the Court of the Janissaries. Haghia Irene is another highlight inside the palace, the only pre-Ottoman church never to have been turned into a mosque. One of the most popular attractions in Topkapi Palace is its harem, which can only been seen on a guided tour. The State Treasury displays exhibits of Ottoman era armour, while the Imperial Treasury showcases more valuable arms and jewelled items. Of Topkapi Palace’s four courts, its Fourth Court is its most charming, with beautiful gardens and enchanting pavilions offering stunning views of the Bosphorous. Attractions near Topkapi Palace Topkapi Palace is situated in the old district of Sultanahmet, home to many historic attractions in Istanbul. Nearby is the Haghia Sophia, an impressive Byzantine church that became a mosque after the Ottoman conquest. The Basilica Cistern and stunning Blue Mosque are also located near Topkapi Palace.
Istanbul, TR

Distance from Airport

  • 20 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking€10.00 / day
  • Valet Parking€10.00 / day
  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking


As a luxury museum hotel offering five star service, the fully renovated Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah retains the characteristics of the 19th century elegance combined with state-of-the-art technology. Overlooking the magnificent Golden Horn, it is located in the Tepebaşi district of Pera once known as ‘Little Europe’ in walking distance to Taksim and 20 km to Ataturk Airport. Today, Pera is the cultural and social centre of Istanbul with its lively night life and museums . Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah that has been a significant symbol of the urban culture of Istanbul for over a century invites its guests to experience the glamour of the bygone era. The hotel offers 115 rooms and suites furnished in an elegant classical style combining European and Ottoman influences. With a rich history of unforgettable balls and elegant afternoon teas, the hotel has built on its gastronomic legacy by bringing the finest cuisine and an impeccable service to the present day in its historical venues like legendary Orient Bar, Patisserie de Pera, Kubbeli Tea Lounge and Grand Pera Ballroom. Guest can also enjoy the 400 sqm SPA.


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