Hotels in Istanbul

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This article provides information on the hotels in Istanbul, Turkey, including history of the hospitality industry in the city, brief overview of the current status of Istanbul's hospitality industry, information on the local hotels, as well as information on the international chain hotels in the city.

History[edit]

Historic "Hotel M. Tokatlıyan" in Beyoğlu.

Contemporary hotel management in Istanbul started in the second half of the 19th century, as the Orient Express extended its non-stop service from Paris to Istanbul on 1 June 1889 (with Istanbul becoming one of the two original endpoints of the timetabled service of the Orient Express[1]) and the city became, as a result, a tourist destination. In 1892, a group of local investors, in partnership with the Wagons-Lits company, opened Hotel Pera Palace in Beyoglu district, which was designed by the famous Levantine architect of Istanbul, Alexander Vallaury.[2] Also in 1892, The Grand Hotel de Londres was opened by two local partners, L. Adamopoulos and N. Aperghis, in the place of the former residence of the Glavany family in Beyoğlu.[3] Shorty afterwards, a series of hotels, including Bristol Hotel (1893)[4] and "Hotel M. Tokatlıyan" (1897),[5] were opened in the same district.

While the new hotels were being opened in Beyoğlu district, Sirkeci quarter within the old city quickly adapted to this new tendency and the old inns in the neighbourhood were gradually transformed into hotels at the beginning of the 20th century. Other districts of the city followed this trend and the number of hotels in Istanbul was more than 50 in the year 1910.

Similar progress occurred in the following years in the cities of İzmir and Ankara, while the development of hotel management was relatively slow in the rest of Anatolian cities.

During the Republican era, in the 1950s, opening of hotels of various types gained speed. The most important event of this period was the opening of Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus in 1954.[6] As a result of the development of transportation and the domestic/outbound tourism, numerous new hotels were opened in the 1960s. The same development continued during the 1970s and 1980s as well, with this period seeing the opening of such large 5-star hotels as Sheraton Istanbul and Etap Marmara (later rebranded as Ceylan InterContinental Istanbul and The Marmara Taksim hotels, respectively).

In the 1990s and 2000s, along with the rapid development of different categories of tourism in the country, such as the congress tourism, the health tourism, the religious tourism, etc., a new wave of hotel openings took place in the city. Hotels opened during this period of time included, among many others, Conrad Istanbul Hotel, Four Seasons Istanbul Hotel in Sultanahmet, Ritz-Carlton Istanbul Hotel and Sheraton Istanbul Maslak Hotel.

Currently, there are numerous ongoing and planned hotel projects at various stages of development aimed at meeting the rising demand for accommodation generated by the global touristic status of Istanbul as the 9th most visited city in the world by the number of international tourist arrivals[7] and the 9th most popular congress destination in the world.[8][9]

With 9.381.670 million international visitors visiting Istanbul in the year 2012 (registering a 16.4% year-on-year increase compared with the year 2011),[10] the number of international tourist arrivals to Istanbul increased a further 11.7% during the year 2013, reaching the total of 10.474.867 million international tourist arrivals in the city in 2013.[11] The number of international tourist arrivals to Istanbul increased a further 13% during the first eleven months of 2014, reaching the total of 10.987.177 international tourist arrivals during the January-November 2014 period of time.[12]

Istanbul welcomed, for the first time in its history, the 10 millionth international visitor (within a single year) on 13 December 2013 with a special ceremony organized at Atatürk International Airport.[13]

Brief information[edit]

Every possible accommodation style is available in Istanbul, from the hostel dormitories and mid-range hotels to the world-class luxury hotels. Although reasonable compared to the European standards, the rates are more expensive than in the rest of the country.

While the majority of the 5-star hotels concentrate within modern districts like Beyoğlu, Şişli and Beşiktaş, the 4-star hotels are generally located within the historical peninsula. The majority of hotels generally congregate in the vicinity of Sultanahmet and Hagia Sophia. Numerous hotels occupying historical buildings are situated in this district. Budget hotels are generally found in, both, modern and historical districts.

In 2006, the total number of tourism operation licenced hotels in Istanbul were 283. Of the 283 hotels, 28 were 5-star, 63 were 4-star, 81 were 3-star, 91 were 2-star hotels, and 20 were 1-star hotels. Additionally, there were 55 other accommodation establishments in the city, mainly consisting of special licence hotels, motels, camping grounds, boarding houses, aparts, and boutique hotels.

At the end of 2010, according to the data of the Association of the Touristic Hotels and Investors (TUROB) of the Republic of Turkey, 766 accommodation establishments of different categories in Istanbul (licenced by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Turkey and/or the municipality of Istanbul) had the total of 46,652 rooms and 93,299 beds.[14] That capacity alone was sufficient to accommodate the annual volume of 10 million tourists.

At the same time, another 51 new hotels (of which 25 were 5-star hotels) were at various stages of development at the end of 2010, soon to add another 9,512 rooms and 19,800 beds to the already existing capacity. With the completion of these new hotels, Istanbul's accommodation capacity will have reached, within a few years, the total of 817 hotels, 56,164 rooms and 113,99 beds.[14]

Notable hotels[edit]

The following list provides brief information about some notable hotels in Istanbul located in the historical buildings:

List of local hotels[edit]

The below table lists the hotels operated by the local hotel chains and/or investors. For the list of international chain hotels in Istanbul please scroll below to the following section, List of International Chain Hotels.

Name Date Opened Number of Rooms (Including Suites) Notes
Grand Hotel de Londres 00 Jan 1892 54 Rooms Together with "Hotel Pera Palas, Jumeirah" (listed below in the "List of International Chain Hotels" section of the article), one of the two earliest hotels in Istanbul (both opened in the same year, 1892);[15]
Divan Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1956 191 Rooms and Suites One of the pioneers of modern hospitality industry in Istanbul; the old building of the hotel was demolished in 2008, the hotel was completely rebuilt and reopened in 2011;[16]
Çınar Hotel 00 Jan 1958 225 Rooms and Suites [17]
Kalyon Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1967 110 Rooms and Suites Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[18]
Konak Hotel 00 Jan 1972 117 Rooms [19]
The Marmara Taksim Hotel 00 Jan 1976 376 Rooms, including 82 Club Rooms and Suites [20]
Hotel Yeşil Ev 00 Jan Mar 1984 18 Rooms and 1 Suite Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[21]
Hotel Dedeman Istanbul 00 Jan 1986 325 Rooms and Suites [22]
Sürmeli Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1986 201 Rooms and Suites [23]
Klassis Resort Hotel 00 Jan 1989 308 Rooms, Suites and Villas [24]
Rose Garden Suites Hotel 00 Jan 1991 15 Rooms [25]
Hotel Richmond Istanbul 00 Jan 1992 103 Rooms and Suites [26]
Armada Istanbul Old City Hotel 00 Jan 1994 108 Rooms [27]
Senator Hotel Taksim Istanbul 00 Jan 1994 42 Rooms [28]
Blue House Hotel Istanbul 00 Jan Jul 1997 25 Rooms and 1 Suite Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[29]
LaresPark Hotel Taksim 00 Jan Apr 1999 164 Rooms and Suites [30]
Anemon Galata Hotel 00 Jan 2002 23 Rooms and 7 Suites [31]
Grand Cevahir Hotel & Convention Center 00 Jan 2002 323 Rooms and Suites The hotel has the largest (2,500 m2) ballroom in Europe without structural columns, with the 2,500 persons capacity in theater style and the 1,700 persons capacity in banquet style;[32][33]
Bently Hotel Istanbul 00 Jan 2003 50 Rooms, Suites and Penthouses [34]
Point Hotel Taksim 00 Jan 2004 174 Rooms, 10 Junior Suites and 10 Senior Suites [35]
Divan Istanbul City Hotel 00 Jan 2005 144 Rooms and Suites [36]
Legacy Ottoman Hotel 00 Jan Jul 2006 153 Rooms and 19 Suites [37]
Byotell Hotel Istanbul 00 Jan Jul 2007 146 Rooms Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[38]
Sirkeci Konak Hotel 00 Jan 2007 52 Rooms [39]
The Marmara Şişli Hotel 00 Jan 2008 98 Rooms [40]
Midtown Hotel Istanbul 00 Jan 2008 80 Rooms and Suites [41]
Titanic Port Hotel Istanbul - Bakırköy 00 Jan 2008 189 Rooms [42]
Divan Istanbul Asia Hotel 00 Jan Nov 2009 230 Rooms and Suites Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[43]
Point Hotel Barbaros 00 Jan 2009 204 Rooms [44]
The Green Park Pendik Hotel & Convention Center 00 Jan Apr 2010 538 Rooms Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[45]
Avantgarde Levent Hotel 00 Jan Apr 2010 84 Rooms and Suites [46]
Ascot Hotel Büyükada 00 Jan Aug 2010 22 Rooms Located in Büyükada, the largest of the Princes' Islands off the coast of Istanbul, in the Sea of Marmara;[47]
Biz Cevahir Hotel 00 Jan Sep 2010 22 Rooms Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[48]
My Assos Hotel Istanbul 2010 50 Rooms and Suites Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[49]
Palazzo Donizetti Hotel 00 Jan Mar 2011 79 Rooms and Suites [50]
The House Hotel Bosphorus 00 Jan Jun 2011 26 Rooms [51]
Rixos Elysium Suites Taksim Hotel 00 Jan Oct 2011 141 Suites [52]
Limak Eurasia Luxury Hotel 00 Jan 2011 201 Rooms, including 15 Suites Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[53]
Titanic Business Hotel Europe 00 Jan Mar 2012 331 Rooms [54]
Rixos Pera Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan May 2012 116 Rooms and 21 Suites [55]
Martı Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan Jul 2012 270 Rooms and Suites [56]
Cevahir Hotel Istanbul Asia 00 Jan Dec 2012 198 Rooms Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[57]
The Grand Tarabya Hotel 00 Jan Feb 2013 248 Rooms and Suites Member of The Leading Hotels of the World;[58]
Nar Suites Bomonti Hotel 00 Jan Feb 2013 50 Suites [59]
Hotel Armada Pera Istanbul 00 Jan Apr 2013 20 Rooms [60]
Silence Istanbul Hotel & Convention Center 00 Jan Aug 2013 340 Rooms Located on the Asian side of Istanbul;[61]
CVK Hotels & Resorts Park Bosphorus - Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan Oct 2013 618 Rooms and Suites [62]
Dosso Dossi Hotels Istanbul Old City Hotel 00 Jan Dec 2013 93 Rooms and Suites Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul;[63]
Avantgarde Taksim Hotel 2013 124 Rooms Located in Talimhane, near Taksim Square;[64]
Elite World Business Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan Jan 2014 181 Rooms and Suites Located in close proximity to Atatürk International Airport;[65]
Hotel Beyaz Saray Old City Istanbul 00 Jan Jan 2014 96 Rooms Formerly Beyaz Saray Hotel (since its opening in 2004) and Barceló Saray Hotel, the hotel was rebranded in January 2014 following the purchase of the hotel and its renaming by the local investor company;[66]
Avantgarde Taksim Square Hotel 00 Jan Apr 2014 60 Rooms Located next to Taksim Square; Formerly yoo2 Taksim Square, Istanbul Hotel (since its opening in December 2013), the hotel was rebranded in April 2014 following the management agreement with Avantgarde Collection Hotels[67]

List of international chain hotels[edit]

The international chain hotels market in Istanbul dates back to 1955 when Hilton Hotels chain opened its first international hotel outside the U.S., in Istanbul, on 10 June 1955. The opening was hosted by the founder of Hilton Hotels chain, Conrad Hilton, and saw the attendance of the retinue of international celebrities specially invited to Istanbul for the opening, including Olivia de Havilland, Irene Dunne, Sonja Henie, Ann Miller, Terry Moore, and many others.[6] To this day, Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus holds the distinct eminence of being the longest operating Hilton hotel outside the U.S.[68]

59 years later, Istanbul retains its strong attraction for the international hotel chains as the 9th most visited city in the world by the number of international tourist arrivals[7] and the 9th most popular congress destination in the world,[8][9] hosting, as of December 2014, 86 operating internatilonal chain hotels, with further 32 such hotels scheduled to open before late 2016 (detailed data for these hotels is listed in the table which follows below).

With 9.381.670 million international visitors visiting Istanbul in the year 2012 (registering a 16.4% year-on-year increase compared with the year 2011),[10] the number of international tourist arrivals to Istanbul increased a further 11.7% during the year 2013, reaching the total of 10.474.867 million international tourist arrivals in the city in 2013.[11] The number of international tourist arrivals to Istanbul increased a further 13% during the first eleven months of 2014, reaching the total of 10.987.177 international tourist arrivals during the January-November 2014 period of time.[69]

Istanbul welcomed, for the first time in its history, the 10 millionth international visitor (within a single year) on 13 December 2013 with a special ceremony organized at Atatürk International Airport.[13]

The international chain hotels market in Istanbul is well structured, encompassing the entire range of accommodation offerings, from the quality budget hotels (Best Western, Ibis, Hampton by Hilton, etc.) to the luxury Far East hotel chains (Shangri-La, Mandarin Oriental, Raffles, etc.)

Contemporary hotel chains/brands W (of Starwood parent company) and Edition (of Marriott parent company) opened their first hotels in Europe in Istanbul (W in April 2008[70] and Edition in February 2011[71]), whereas the Viceroy Hotel Group will also debut its first European hotel in Istanbul in mid 2016.[72] The French chain of chic, Philippe Starck-designed hotels, Mama Shelter Hotels, opened its first hotel outside of France in Istanbul (after the hotels in Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Bordeaux),[73] while the Qatari Retaj chain of hotels also opened its first hotel in Europe in Istanbul (after the hotels in Qatar and Comoros).[74]

The essential attraction of the city for the global hotel chains is further underlined by the fact that, as of December 2014, out of 50 international hotel chains/brands established in Istanbul, 25 of them (or 50%) had more than one hotel in the city.

As of December 2014, the following international hotel chains/brands have established hotels in Istanbul (detailed data for these hotels is listed in the table which follows below): Best Western - 12 hotels (all 12 opened), Ramada, Ramada Plaza, Ramada Hotel and Suites and Ramada Encore - 9 hotels (all 9 opened; of these 9 hotels, 4 are Ramada, 3 are Ramada Plaza, 1 is Ramada Hotel and Suites and 1 is Ramada Encore), Radisson Blu - 7 hotels (6 opened and 1 under construction), Hilton Garden Inn - 7 hotels (1 opened and 6 under construction), Holiday Inn - 5 hotels (3 opened and 2 under construction), Wyndham - 4 hotels (all 4 opened; of these 4 hotels, 2 are Wyndham Grand and 2 are Wyndham), Hilton - 4 hotels (all 4 opened), Hampton by Hilton - 4 hotels (1 opened and 3 under construction), Crowne Plaza - 3 hotels (all 3 opened), Doubletree by Hilton - 3 hotels (all 3 opened), Hyatt - 3 hotels (2 opened and 1 under construction; of these 3 hotels, 1 is Grand Hyatt, 1 is Park Hyatt and 1 is Hyatt Regency), Sheraton - 3 hotels (2 opened and 1 under construction), Ibis - 3 hotels (2 opened and 1 under construction), Mercure - 3 hotels (2 opened and 1 under construction), Rotana - 3 hotels (all 3 under construction; of these 3 hotels, 2 are Arjaan by Rotana and 1 is Centro by Rotana), Four Seasons - 2 hotels (both opened), Kempinski - 2 properties (both opened; 1 hotel and 1 residence), Marriott - 2 hotels (both opened), Renaissance - 2 hotels (both opened), Tryp by Wyndham - 2 hotels (both opened), Mövenpick - 2 hotels (1 opened and 1 under construction), Holiday Inn Express - 2 hotels (1 opened and 1 under construction), Novotel - 2 hotels (1 opened and 1 under construction), Four Points by Sheraton - 2 hotels (both under construction), Clarion - 2 hotels (1 opened and 1 under construction), Ritz-Carlton - 1 hotel (opened), Le Méridien - 1 hotel (opened), Shangri-La - 1 hotel (opened), Swissôtel - 1 hotel (opened), Raffles - 1 hotel (opened), Conrad - 1 hotel (opened), InterContinental - 1 hotel (opened), W - 1 hotel (opened), Courtyard by Marriott - 1 hotel (opened), AC by Marriott - 1 hotel (opened), Jumeirah - 1 hotel (opened), Edition - 1 hotel (opened), Fraser Place - 1 property (opened), Mama Shelter - 1 hotel (opened), Barceló - 1 hotel (opened), Room Mate - 1 hotel (opened), A Morgans Original - 1 hotel (opened), Retaj - 1 hotel (opened), St. Regis - 1 hotel (under construction), Park Inn by Radisson - 1 hotel (under construction), Mandarin Oriental - 1 hotel (under construction), Viceroy - 1 hotel (under construction), Mondrian - 1 hotel (under construction), Fairmont - 1 hotel (under construction), Soho House - 1 hotel (under construction).

Operating international chain hotels:

Rank Name Date Opened Number of Rooms (Including Suites) Notes
1 Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus 00 Jan 1955 499 Rooms, including 13 Suites The first and longest operating international Hilton hotel outside the US[68][75][76]
2 Best Western Plus The President Hotel Istanbul 00 Jan 1989 201 Rooms and 8 Suites [77]
3 ParkSA Hilton Hotel 00 Jan 1990 117 Rooms, including 2 Suites 2nd Hilton hotel in Istanbul[78][79]
4 Swissôtel Istanbul The Bosphorus Hotel 00 Jan 1991 497 Rooms and 63 Suites Member of The Leading Hotels of the World[80][81]
5 Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1991 282 Rooms, 20 Hotel Suites and 11 Palace Suites Member of The Leading Hotels of the World[82]
6 Grand Hyatt Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1991 360 Rooms and Suites [83]
7 Conrad Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1992 590 Rooms, including 35 Suites [84]
8 Renaissance Polat Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1993 414 Rooms [85]
9 Best Western Senator Hotel, Istanbul 00 1994 102 Rooms 2nd Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[86]
10 Four Seasons Istanbul Hotel in Sultanahmet 00 Jan 1996 65 Rooms and Suites Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[87]
11 Ceylan InterContinental Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 1996 388 Rooms, including 54 Suites Formerly Sheraton hotel (since its opening in 1975), the hotel was rebranded in 1996 following the management agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group[88]
12 Best Western Premier Acropol Suites & Spa Hotel, Istanbul 00 1997 22 Rooms 3rd Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[89]
13 Radisson Blu Airport & Conference Hotel, Istanbul 00 Jan 1999 325 Rooms, including 7 Executive Suites Formerly The Park Hotel (since its opening in 1997), the hotel was rebranded in 1999 following the management agreement with Radisson Blu Hotels & Resorts Worldwide[90]
14 Ritz-Carlton Istanbul Hotel 00 Oct 2001 244 Rooms, including 23 Suites [91]
15 Ramada Plaza Kaya Hotel 00 Sep 2002 317 Rooms, including 12 Suites and 1 Presidential Suite [92][93]
16 Best Western Taşhan Airport Hotel, Istanbul 00 2002 40 Rooms 4th Best Western hotel in Istanbul[94]
17 Mövenpick Istanbul Hotel 00 Jan 2003 249 Rooms, including 21 Suites and 1 Skyline Deluxe Suite [95]
18 Holiday Inn Istanbul City Hotel 00 Jul 2003 203 Rooms and 7 Suites Formerly Olcay Hotel (since its opening in 1973), the hotel was rebranded in 2003 following the franchise agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group[96]
19 Best Western Empire Palace Hotel, Istanbul 00 Apr 2004 35 Rooms, including 2 connected Suites 5th Best Western hotel in Istanbul[97]
20 Barceló Eresin Hotel 00 Dec 2004 250 Rooms Formerly Eresin Topkapı Hotel (since its opening in 1995) and Golden Tulip Istanbul Eresin Topkapı Hotel, the hotel was rebranded in 2004 following the management agreement with Barceló Hotels & Resorts[98][99]
21 Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel 00 Dec 2005 120 Rooms, including 9 Junior Suites, 2 Suites and 2 Bosphorus Terrace Suites 2nd Radisson Blu hotel in Istanbul[100]
22 Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center Hotel 00 Dec 2005 162 Rooms, 12 Suites and 2 Penthouse Suites 2nd Ramada Plaza hotel in Istanbul[101][102]
23 Best Western Eresin Taxim Hotel, Istanbul 00 2005 50 Rooms 6th Best Western hotel in Istanbul[103]
24 Best Western Citadel Hotel, Istanbul 00 Jul 2006 31 Rooms 7th Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[104]
25 Novotel Istanbul Hotel 00 Mar 2007 208 Rooms, including 6 Suites [105]
26 Hotel Ibis Istanbul 00 Mar 2007 228 Rooms [106]
27 Sheraton Istanbul Maslak Hotel 00 May 2007 305 Rooms Formerly Mövenpick hotel (since its opening in 1990) and Princess Hotel, the hotel was rebranded in 2007 following the franchise agreement with Starwood Hotels and Resorts[107][108]
28 Ramada Istanbul Old City Hotel 00 Jul 2007 98 Rooms and 2 Suites 3rd Ramada hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Color Hotel (since its opening in 1993), the hotel was rebranded in 2007 following the franchise agreement with Ramada Hotels[109][110]
29 Istanbul Marriott Hotel Asia 00 Aug 2007 219 Rooms and 19 Suites First international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[111]
30 Kempinski Residences Astoria Istanbul 00 Aug 2007 30 Serviced Residences 2nd Kempinski property in Istanbul[112]
31 Holiday Inn Istanbul Airport North Hotel 00 Nov 2007 330 Rooms 2nd Holiday Inn hotel in Istanbul[113]
32 W Hotel Istanbul 00 Apr 2008 106 Rooms and 28 Suites First W hotel opened in Europe[114][115]
33 Four Seasons on the Bosphorus Hotel 00 Jun 2008 170 Rooms, including 25 Suites 2nd Four Seasons hotel in Istanbul[116]
34 Best Western Premier Regency Suites & Spa Hotel, Istanbul 00 Sep 2008 16 Rooms 8th Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[117]
35 Park Hyatt Istanbul Maçka Palas Hotel 00 Nov 2008 90 Rooms and Suites 2nd Hyatt hotel in Istanbul[118]
36 Sheraton Istanbul Ataköy Hotel 00 Feb 2009 285 Rooms, including 24 Suites 2nd Sheraton hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Crowne Plaza Istanbul Ataköy hotel (since its opening in 1989), the hotel was rebranded in 2009 following the franchise agreement with Starwood Hotels and Resorts[119][120]
37 Courtyard by Marriott Hotel - Istanbul International Airport 00 May 2009 262 Rooms [121]
38 Holiday Inn Istanbul - Şişli Hotel 00 Jun 2009 168 Rooms and Suites 3rd Holiday Inn hotel in Istanbul[122]
39 Best Western Amber Hotel, Istanbul 00 2009 24 Rooms 9th Best Western hotel in Istanbul[123]
40 Best Western Premier The Home Suites & Spa Hotel, Istanbul 00 Jun 2010 18 Rooms 10th Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[124]
41 Best Western Antea Palace Hotel & Spa, Istanbul 00 2010 58 Rooms 11th Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Located in Sultanahmet, in the historic peninsula of Istanbul[125]
42 Fraser Place Anthill Istanbul 00 Jan 2011 116 luxury serviced apartments [126]
43 Doubletree by Hilton Istanbul - Old City Hotel 00 Feb 2011 171 Rooms, including 7 Suites [127][128]
44 The Istanbul Edition Hotel 00 Feb 2011 78 Rooms and 1 Full-Floor Penthouse First Edition hotel opened in Europe[71][129]
45 Crowne Plaza Istanbul Harbiye Hotel 00 Mar 2011 285 Rooms, including 12 Suites and 1 Presidential Suite 2nd Crowne Plaza hotel in Istanbul[130]
46 Doubletree by Hilton Istanbul - Moda Hotel 00 Mar 2011 247 Rooms, including 28 Suites 2nd Doubletree by Hilton hotel in Istanbul; 2nd international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[131][132]
47 Best Western Şile Gardens Hotel, Istanbul 00 Mar 2011 167 Rooms, including 6 Suites 12th Best Western hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Dedeman Şile Gardens Hotel (since its opening in 2007), the hotel was rebranded in 2011 following the franchise agreement with Best Western Hotels; 3rd international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[133]
48 Crowne Plaza Istanbul Asia Hotel 00 Apr 2011 336 Rooms and 18 Suites 3rd Crowne Plaza hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Viaport Hotel (since its opening in 2010), the hotel was rebranded in 2011 following the franchise agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group; 4th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[134][135]
49 Holiday Inn Express Istanbul Altunizade Hotel 00 Sep 2011 76 Rooms 5th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[136][137]
50 Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Golden Horn Hotel 00 Sep 2011 210 Rooms, including 4 Suites [138]
51 Ramada Istanbul Asia Hotel 00 Jan 2012 92 Rooms 4th Ramada hotel in Istanbul; 6th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[139][140]
52 Le Méridien Istanbul Etiler Hotel 00 Jan 2012 259 Rooms, including 34 Suites and 21 Serviced Apartments [141][142]
53 Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Asia 00 Mar 2012 195 Rooms, including 8 Suites 3rd Radisson Blu hotel in Istanbul; 7th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[143]
54 Pera Palas Hotel, Jumeirah May 2012 115 Rooms, including 16 Suites Formerly Pera Palas Hotel (since its opening in 1892), the hotel was rebranded in 2012 following the management agreement with Jumeirah Hotels Group[144]
55 Renaissance Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel Aug 2012 187 Rooms and 25 Suites 2nd Renaissance hotel in Istanbul[145]
56 Ramada Istanbul Taksim Hotel Oct 2012 108 Rooms 5th Ramada hotel in Istanbul; Formerly The Madison Hotel (since its opening in 1997), the hotel was rebranded in 2012 following the franchise agreement with Ramada Hotels[146]
57 Ramada Hotel and Suites Istanbul - Ataköy Oct 2012 102 Rooms and Suites 6th Ramada hotel in Istanbul[147][148]
58 Ramada Istanbul Grand Bazaar Nov 2012 72 Rooms 7th Ramada hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Park Savur Hotel (since its opening in 2000), the hotel was rebranded in 2012 following the franchise agreement with Ramada Hotels[149]
59 Doubletree by Hilton Istanbul Avcılar Hotel Dec 2012 227 Rooms 3rd Doubletree by Hilton hotel in Istanbul[150]
60 Tryp by Wyndham Istanbul Taksim Hotel Jan 2013 108 Rooms Formerly Taxim Express Hotel (since its opening in 2012), the hotel was rebranded in 2013 following the franchise agreement with Tryp by Wyndham Hotels[151]
61 Wyndham Grand Istanbul Kalamış Marina Hotel Jan 2013 211 Rooms, including 1 Presidential Suite 8th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[152]
62 Hotel Ibis Esenyurt Istanbul Jan 2013 150 Rooms 2nd Ibis hotel in Istanbul[153]
63 Mercure Istanbul Altunizade Hotel Jan 2013 140 Rooms 9th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[154]
64 Retaj Royale Istanbul Hotel Mar 2013 187 Rooms and Suites The first European destination of the Qatari Retaj hotel chain (after the hotels in Qatar and Comoros)[74]
65 Mama Shelter Istanbul Hotel Mar 2013 81 Rooms The first international destination of the French Mama Shelter hotel chain outside of France (after the hotels in Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Bordeaux)[73]
66 Ramada Plaza Tekstilkent Istanbul Hotel Mar 2013 322 Rooms 8th Ramada hotel in Istanbul[155]
67 Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul Hotel 00 May 2013 186 Rooms and Suites [156]
68 Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Pera Jun 2013 133 Rooms 4th Radisson Blu hotel in Istanbul[157]
69 Wyndham Petek Istanbul Hotel Jul 2013 306 Rooms, including 24 Suites and 40 Extended-Stay Apartments 2nd Wyndham hotel in Istanbul[158]
70 Tryp by Wyndham Istanbul Hagia Sophia Nov 2013 30 Rooms 2nd Tryp by Wyndham Hotel in Istanbul; Formerly L1 Hotel Istanbul (since its opening in 1990), the hotel was rebranded in 2013 following the franchise agreement with Tryp by Wyndham Hotels[159]
71 Ramada Encore Istanbul, Bayrampaşa Hotel Jan 2014 132 Rooms 9th Ramada hotel in Istanbul[160]
72 Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel & Conference Center Jan 2014 829 Rooms and Suites 3rd Hilton hotel in Istanbul; with the total of 829 Rooms and Suites, the largest hotel in Istanbul[161]
73 Radisson Blu Conference & Spa Hotel, Istanbul Tuzla Feb 2014 249 Rooms and Suites 5th Radisson Blu hotel in Istanbul; 10th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[162]
74 Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Şişli Feb 2014 291 Rooms and Suites 6th Radisson Blu hotel in Istanbul[163]
75 Istanbul Marriott Hotel Şişli Mar 2014 220 Rooms and 40 Suites 2nd Marriott hotel in Istanbul[164]
76 Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Kayaşehir Hotel Apr 2014 144 Rooms Located in Kayaşehir, a new satellite town on the northern outskirts of Istanbul[165]
77 Mercure Istanbul Taksim Hotel May 2014 137 Rooms 2nd Mercure hotel in Istanbul[166]
78 Wyndham Istanbul Old City 00 Jun 2014 265 Rooms, 16 Suites and 1 Presidential Suite 3rd Wyndham hotel in Istanbul; Formerly Ramada hotel (since its opening in 1985), Merit Antique hotel and Crowne Plaza Istanbul Old City hotel, the hotel was rebranded in June 2014 following the franchise agreement with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts;[167]
79 Clarion Hotel & Suites Istanbul Şişli 00 Jun 2014 89 Rooms and 45 Suites [168]
80 AC by Marriott Hotel Istanbul Maçka 00 Jul 2014 98 Rooms [169]
81 Raffles Istanbul Zorlu Center Hotel Sep 2014 130 Rooms and 50 Suites [170]
82 Room Mate Kerem Istanbul Hotel Aug 2014 61 Rooms and Suites Formerly Grace hotel (since its opening in 1980) and Miapera hotel, the hotel was rebranded in August 2014 following the franchise agreement with the Room Mate Hotels of Spain;[171]
83 Wyndham Grand Istanbul Levent Hotel 00 Sep 2014 389 Rooms and Suites 4th Wyndham hotel in Istanbul;[172]
84 Hilton Istanbul Kozyatağı Conference Center & Spa Hotel Sep 2014 317 Rooms 4th Hilton hotel in Istanbul; 11th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[173]
85 Crowne Plaza Istanbul - Oryapark Hotel Oct 2014 156 Rooms, 30 Junior Suites and 10 Suites 3rd Crowne Plaza hotel in Istanbul; 12th international chain hotel opened on the Asian side of Istanbul[174]
86 10 Karaköy, A Morgans Original Istanbul Hotel Nov 2014 71 Rooms and Suites [175]
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Future international chain hotel openings:

Name Projected Date of Opening Number of Rooms (Including Suites) Notes
Holiday Inn Express Istanbul Airport Hotel First quarter of 2015 110 Rooms To be the 2nd Holiday Inn Express hotel in Istanbul[176][177]
Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy Hotel First quarter of 2015 284 Rooms and Suites To be the 3rd Hyatt hotel in Istanbul[178]
Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul Golden Horn First quarter of 2015 137 Rooms To be the 2nd Mövenpick hotel in Istanbul[179]
Holiday Inn Istanbul Kadıköy Hotel First quarter of 2015 127 Rooms To be the 4th Holiday Inn hotel in Istanbul; to be the 13th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[180]
Soho House Istanbul Hotel First quarter of 2015 87 Rooms [181]
St. Regis Istanbul Hotel First quarter of 2015 118 Rooms [182]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Beylikdüzu Hotel First quarter of 2015 126 Rooms To be the 2nd Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul[183]
Hotel Ibis Tuzla Istanbul First quarter of 2015 200 Rooms To be the 3rd Ibis hotel in Istanbul; to be the 14th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[184]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Esenyurt Hotel First quarter of 2015 160 Rooms To be the 3rd Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul[185]
Mercure Istanbul Topkapı Hotel First quarter of 2015 204 Rooms To be the 3rd Mercure hotel in Istanbul[186]
Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Dudullu Hotel Second quarter of 2015 182 Rooms To be the 15th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[187]
Tango Arjaan by Rotana Istanbul Hotel Second quarter of 2015 188 Rooms To be the 16th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul;[188]
Burgu Arjaan by Rotana Istanbul Hotel Second quarter of 2015 222 Rooms To be the 2nd Rotana hotel in Istanbul; to be the 17th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[188]
Park Inn by Radisson Istanbul Atatürk Airport Hotel Second quarter of 2015 144 Rooms [189]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Airport Hotel Second quarter of 2015 227 Rooms To be the 4th Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul[190]
Clarion Hotel Istanbul Airport North 00 Second quarter of 2015 237 Rooms To be the 2nd Clarion hotel in Istanbul[191]
Novotel Istanbul Karaköy Hotel Second quarter of 2014 200 Rooms, including 21 Suites To be the 2nd Novotel hotel in Istanbul[192]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Kasımpaşa Hotel Second quarter of 2015 200 Rooms To be the 5th Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul[185]
Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Batışehir Hotel Third quarter of 2015 144 Rooms, including 36 Suites To be the 2nd Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Istanbul[193]
Sheraton Istanbul Ataşehir Hotel 00 Fourth quarter of 2015 160 Rooms and Suites To be the 3rd Sheraton hotel in Istanbul; to be the 18th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[194]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Ümraniye Hotel Fourth quarter of 2015 148 Rooms To be the 6th Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul; to be the 19th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[185]
Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Bostancı Hotel Fourth quarter of 2015 147 Rooms, including 4 Suites To be the 7th Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Istanbul; to be the 20th international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[195]
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Ataköy Hotel Fourth quarter of 2015 89 Rooms To be the 2nd Hampton by Hilton hotel in Istanbul[196]
Fairmont Quasar Istanbul Hotel First quarter of 2016 210 Rooms [197]
Mondrian Istanbul Hotel First quarter of 2016 128 Rooms [198]
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Dolapdere Hotel First quarter of 2016 170 Rooms To be the 3rd Hampton by Hilton hotel in Istanbul[199]
Holiday Inn Istanbul Tuzla Bay Hotel Second quarter of 2016 140 Rooms To be the 5th Holiday Inn hotel in Istanbul; to be the 21st international chain hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul[180]
Hampton by Hilton Istanbul Zeytinburnu Hotel First quarter of 2016 164 Rooms To be the 4th Hampton by Hilton hotel in Istanbul[200]
Viceroy Istanbul Hotel Third quarter of 2016 66 Rooms and Suites To be the first European hotel of Viceroy Hotel Group[201]
Radisson Blu Hotel Istanbul Topkapı Third quarter of 2016 26 Rooms To be the 7th Radison Blu hotel in Istanbul[202]
Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul Hotel Fourth quarter of 2016 130 Rooms and Suites [203]
Centro by Rotana Istanbul Hotel Fourth quarter of 2016 152 Rooms To be the 3rd Rotana hotel in Istanbul[204]

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