Overlooking the Golden Horn, this historic hotel is located in the Tepebaşı district of Pera once known as the “Little Europe”. The Pera Palace was completed in 1895 and so began its journey. Its purpose was for hosting the passengers of the Orient Express and indeed Room 411 is named after Agatha Christie as it is claimed she wrote “Murder on the Orient Express” here. A unique blend of neo-classical exterior façade and an oriental interior, it has welcomed royalty and famous guests from around the world; notable names include Zsa Zsa Gabor, Greta Garbo, Alfred Hitchcock, and Jacqueline Kennedy; many of whom have suites named after them.   There are 115 rooms and suites offering in-room amenities include a comfortable seating area, Wi-Fi, tea-maker, and bathrobes. Choose from sea, or city views.

At the Agatha Restaurant choose from French, Italian and Turkish cuisines.  In the stunning Kubbeli Saloon Tea Lounge, a traditional English Afternoon Tea is served accompanied by piano music. Designed as a private lounge, Patisserie de Pera is the place to indulge in handmade chocolates, French cakes, and unique Turkish delicacies. Orient Bar is one of the iconic elements of the hotel with live music performances on Friday nights. The Orient Terrace is open for morning coffee, snacks, lunch, and cocktails – a beautiful location to enjoy the outdoors in Summertime.

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