When you step out onto your terrace, you’ll feel it – that special place where East and West meet.
Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus
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Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus

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Intriguing Bosphorus palace.

Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus stands on the shores of the scenic strait that links Europe and Asia. This restored 19th-century Ottoman palace brings together Istanbul’s ancient architecture, warm Turkish hospitality, and contemporary accommodations.

Insider Tip

Traverse between continents on a private sunset cruise for breathtaking views of Istanbul.

Where You’re Staying

Accommodations combine contemporary and Ottoman Turkish décor and feature large windows with views of the waterfront, garden, and city. Some suites feature private rooftop terraces.

Where to Dine

Aqua serves contemporary Mediterranean cuisine on a terrace overlooking the Bosphorus. Sip a cocktail at the Yali Lounge.

Where to Relax

Lounge at the outdoor pool with Bosphorus views. The understated Spa is decorated in mosaic tiles and light marble with ten treatment rooms. The Turkish Indulgence therapy starts with a traditional Turkish hammam and is followed by a personalized massage.

What To Do

Take tours of local Ottoman mansions and palaces to learn about Turkey’s rich architectural and design history.

Restaurant and/or Bar
Spa On-Site
Fitness Center On-Site
Pool On-Site

ȩiragan Street No.28, Besiktas. Istanbul, 34349 Turkey

Atatürk International Airport.

At this property, Platinum Card® Members receive:
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Experience Credit: US$ 100 Property credit to be used during your stay
  • 4pm check-out guaranteed
  • 12pm check-in, when available
  • Room upgrade at check-in, when available
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
Call Platinum Travel Service at 1 800 226 0435 to book this property and receive your Fine Hotels + Resorts benefits.
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