Since Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah first opened its doors in 1892, its elegant interior and exterior has drawn visitors to Istanbul from all over the world.
Designed by renowned local architect Alexander Vallaury, the iconic building has played host to an impressive list of guests that includes Ernest Hemingway, Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock among others.
Today Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah the hotel maintains the elegant classical style that made it famous, with authentic 19th century features serving as a timeless focal point. Additionally, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah was designated with "museum-hotel" status in 1981 when, as a tribute to the founder of modern Turkey, Room 101 was converted into the Atatürk Museum.
This historical hotel opened in 1892 for guests arriving on the Orient Express such as Agatha Christie and recently reopened after renovations. On the European side of the Bosphorus and approx. 20 km far away from the International Atatürk airport.
DELUXE PERA SIDE TWIN ROOM
Our Deluxe Pera Side twin room offers an ambiance of bright and airy comfort in an urban environment. With charming and characteristic views over Pera, the interior delights with high ceilings, classic almond and burgundy colours and sumptuous antique furniture.
DELUXE PERA SIDE KING ROOM
Our Deluxe Pera Side King Room offers an ambiance of bright and airy comfort in an urban environment. With charming and characteristic views over Pera, the interior delights with high ceilings, classic almond and burgundy colours and sumptuous antique furniture.
DELUXE GOLDEN HORN TWIN ROOM
Our Deluxe Golden Horn twin room exudes the hotel's history, offering a traditional interpretation of comfort and luxury. You will experience the privilege of a wonderful Golden Horn view, from the gathering mists at sunrise to the glorious dusk sunset, and many of our rooms feature private balconies.
GRAND PERA STUDIO TWIN ROOM
Our Grand Pera Studio twin room offers a spacious and relaxing ambiance, enhanced by an exceptional view of the historical Petit de Champs.
GRAND PERA STUDIO KING ROOM
Our Grand Pera Studio king room offers a spacious and relaxing ambiance, enhanced by an exceptional view of the historical Petit de Champs.
AGATHA CHRISTIE KING ROOM
Our Agatha Christie king room is a must stay for fans of the renowned murder mystery writer. A regular guest, legend has it that within these walls Christie wrote 'Murder on the Orient Express'.
GRETA GARBO CORNER ROOM
Our six Greta Garbo Corner Rooms pay an atmospheric tribute to the legendary actress who stayed here in the 1920s. With nostalgic views over the Petit de Champs and private balconies, you will reside in an interior decorated to evoke Garbo's persona, both feminine and fragile.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY SUITE
Our five Ernest Hemingway suites pay tribute to the prolific American writer and are a treasure for lifestyle connoisseurs like him. Savour the panache of the interiors, in jade blue to reflect his love of the sea and earth brown for his love for cigars.
PIERRE LOTI SUITE
Our six Pierre Loti suites are named after the French writer, a loyal guest of the hotel in his time. In this suite you will have an 'occasion extraordinaire' to experience charming views over both Golden Horn and Pera.
Our two Senior suites take their names from the second and third Presidents of the Republic of Turkey: İsmet İnönü and Celal Bayar. Take a historical journey of Istanbul in opulent comfort.
Our Piano Suite boasts wonderful Art Deco design and features a magnificent century old piano. Enjoy a truly unique atmosphere in a space like no other in the hotel.
Our Presidential Suites bear the names of King of Great Britain Edward VIII and Emperor of Austria-Hungary Franz Joseph. Lavishly spacious and with high-level Golden Horn views, it promises comfort combined with regal luxury and adapts to the needs of professionals, state officials and families.
WELCOME IN STYLE AT PERA PALACE HOTEL JUMEIRAH
A memorable arrival experience makes unforgettable journeys. Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah is proud to introduce Meet & Greet service where you will arrive like a sultan to the capital of three empires.
HEALTH CLUB, THE SPA FOR SELF DISCOVERY
Meet your fitness goals in our beautifully appointed health club. Whether you're looking to reduce stress, improve your strength or simply stay active, our state of the art facilities help you stay motivated.
- 115 elegantly furnished rooms including 16 suites, most with French balconies
- Signature restaurant, Agatha, Patisserie de Pera, a French patisserie, and Kubbeli, the hotel’s famed tea lounge
- Indoor jet-streamed swimming pool
- The Ataturk Suite, a museum room dedicated to famous Turkish leader Ataturk (who stayed in the room many times himself)
- 380 square metres spa and Turkish Hammam
- Fully equipped gym
Known in Istanbul as a destination for fine food since it first opened its doors in 1892, the restaurants, bar and patisserie at Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah offer exquisite dining.
Showcasing the best of local and international cuisines, each dish draws your senses in with rich colours, flavours and textures. The food’s complemented by our elegantly appointed spaces, and their atmosphere of old world elegance.
Today, our menus build on the same traditional excellence established more than a century ago. With a range of dining options from the understated to the ornate, you’ll find everything from delicate pastries to decadent six-course meals.
Views over the stunning Golden Horn set the scene for a special evening; sip on refreshing cocktails as the sun goes down or share an intimate moment over a glass of wine, all framed by the stunning exterior of Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah.
KUBBELI SALOON TEA LOUNGE
Welcome you on the right side of the entrance. Having tea here in the afternoons used to be a tradition among the İstanbul elite with high ceilings, corner windows and parquet floor.
PATISSERIE DE PERA
There’s a little corner of France in the heart of Istanbul at our intimate Patisserie de Pera. It’s a place where gourmet coffee and tea is served on fine china and every chocolate is made by hand.
Inspired by the mystery and romance of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express.