The Bank Hotel Istanbul, İstanbul’un tarihi izler taşıyan binasıyla, 19. yüzyıl eklektik mimari üslubunun tipik örneklerinden biridir. Otel binası 2010 yılında, Yılmaz Ulusoy Holding tarafından satın alınmış ve 1880’lerden bu yana devam eden hikayesinde yepyeni bir bahara başlamıştır...
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The Bank Istanbul is, in essence, exactly what it says on the tin: the luxe, modern, cosmopolitan approach to boutique hospitality, transported to a classic bank building (hence the “bank” bit) in an area that was once a financial center, and now belongs to the up-and-coming district of Karaköy. 

The rooms are smart, chic, comfortable and more than a little bit luxurious, and from the upper floors they take in some truly impressive city views. In terms both of aesthetics and comforts they’re perfectly measured, the product of a disarming creative intelligence. It’s an illustration of the strength of modern Turkish hospitality talent, the work of a local architect, a local designer, and a local boutique mini-chain par excellence. There’s an in-house art curator tasked with showcasing an impressive collection of local art, and the lobby bar and restaurant acquit themselves admirably, serving contemporary Turkish cuisine in a stylish, inviting environment. There’s an impressive wine cellar, an equally impressive spa, and a rooftop terrace pushes the whole thing over the line from “quite good” to “top of the class.”

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