First opened in 1892 to serve guests from the Orient Express on their journey from Europe to Asia, Pera Palace Hotel has since become an enduring symbol of urban culture in Istanbul and a pioneer in modern luxury.
Recently, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah was listed as one of “The 8 Best Hotels of the World” for booklovers. In 1934, Agatha Christie completed Murder on the Orient Express in the hotel. Many other well-known writers such as Hemingway and Pierre Loti, have also been guests of Pera Palace.
Located in the cosmopolitan Tepebaşı district of Pera, the hotel overlooks the magnificent Golden Horn. With its 115 rooms, including 16 suites, retaining the characteristics of its 19th century heritage through historical furniture, the hotel combines refined elegance with state-of-the-art technology to fulfil the needs of the 21st century travellers.
Fully refurbished Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah offers a range of revitalised restaurant and bar choices, including the Agatha Restaurant with its show kitchen and wine cellar, the Kubbeli Saloon / Tea Lounge famous for its afternoon tea, or the French-style Patisserie de Pera and the legendary Orient Bar & Terrace.
The hotel also has various meeting facilities as well as the a 380-sqm Pera Spa with traditional hammam, steam bath, Jacuzzi, indoor pool, sauna, three treatment rooms and a fully-equipped fitness centre.
Çatma Mescit Mh., Otopark (Tepebaşı Çamlık Sk.), Beyoğlu, Turkey, Tel: +90 212 377 4000, website