HotelsThe luxury hotel by the iconic Bosphorus offers 100 keys and F&B headlined by renowned restaurant Novikov.

Istanbul welcomes a new Mandarin Oriental

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Contemporary and iconic Ottoman aesthetics meet at the Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul.
Contemporary and iconic Ottoman aesthetics meet at the Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul.

The Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul has opened its doors, offering 100 rooms and suites with views of the iconic waterfront and city skyline.

This marks the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group's second property in Turkey, after the Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum which opened in 2017.

The new hotel will feature a Novikov restaurant, Novikov Lounge Bar, Novikov Pool Bar in a garden setting, and a Bosphorus Lounge with waterfront terrace.

The 3500sqm spa includes the local hammams — or bathhouses, which are a major part of Turkish culture.

Event planners and business guests can book from three large ballrooms, a garden terrace and pool area, and six meeting rooms.

Set adjacent to the Kuruçeşme and Bebek parks, the Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul is 15 minutes away from the city’s central Taksim Square and CBD, while major attractions, historical sites and museums are also a short drive away.

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