Swissotel The Bosphorus

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Swissôtel The Bosphorus, Istanbul is a five-star luxury hotel located on the European banks of the Bosphorus, right in the center of Istanbul. Nestled within 65 acres of historical gardens, it offers 566 guest rooms and suites, state-of-the-art technology, exclusive amenities, nearby world-class shopping and vibrant nightlife.

Swissôtel The Bosphorus, Istanbul, completed its entire renovation process in February 2016. The beautiful new rooms offer the pleasure of looking at the Bosphorus, the cities historical minarets and the lush gardens of Swissôtel. Included among these lavish rooms are New York style Duplex Loft Rooms that reflect the living image of the loft concept in America, each with different and exclusive facilities that let their guests experience a tranquil stay within an environment where grandeur and elegance blend with modern technology.

Discerning guests can enjoy an exclusive new lifestyle experience thanks to Swissôtel Living — 63 elegant suites in a variety of sizes from studio to one to three bedrooms. Each offers the ultimate in style and luxury, allowing guests to enjoy the full range of hotel services within the comfort of their own four walls, including an exclusive rooftop pool.

Spa lovers will enjoy Pürovel Spa & Sport’s 14 treatment rooms, a couples suite, hydrotherapy room, relaxation lounge, salt pool, and an array of therapeutic and beauty treatments that combine eastern wisdom of healing with western technologies. The spa also features Energia, offering the very best in healthy dining.

The hotel’s lush, private gardens and luxurious pool play host to Oasis Restaurant, a stylish outdoor lounge and bar serving local and seasonal comfort foods, refreshing cocktails and mocktails. The 16th floor rooftop restaurant and bar offers a stunning atmosphere for dining during summer months, featuring wonderful music, live DJ performances and the radiant Bosphorus as its backdrop.

Diners can also experience Swissness at the Chalet restaurant (open November until the end of March, early April). A special selection of Swiss inspired cuisine offers an authentic alpine experience — from rösti potatoes and cheese fondues to delectable chocolate desserts. Housed in a genuine, 100-year-old wooden chalet imported from Switzerland, its interior is designed with vintage skis, clocks and a lovely fireplace..