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With 26 guest rooms and an unbeatable waterfront location near Ortaköy Mosque, The House Hotel Bosphorus is designed by the same dynasty of architects that created Istanbul's finest Ottoman landmarks. This palatial retreat showcases bold interiors by local design group Autoban. Along with a fitness area and meeting space, the hotel offers three panoramic penthouse suites with vitalizing views over the Bosphorus, the strait that separates Europe from Asia.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
After running the successful The House Café brand, Canan Özdemir and Ferit Baltacioglu took a brave step into the hospitality arena with their first property in Istanbul, The House Hotel Galatasaray, which opened in 2010. Despite their backgrounds in mechanical engineering and auditing, respectively, they have opened five successive award-winning hotels under The House Hotel name so far.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
The House Hotel Bosphorus’s white classical façade with arabesque details perfectly meshes with the visual grandeur of the area. Autoban—the Turkish design studio behind the hotel, led by Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar—restored the Ottoman-era mansion, combining classical elements with custom furnishings to stunning effect. Inside, oak, brass, marble, and walnut wood are often found in the public spaces, and rooms feature glamorous combinations of modern Autoban chandeliers, beveled moldings, private balconies, and high ceilings. Lights concealed inside shelves illuminate many rooms and suites, while glass walls lend a refined polish to many of the hotel’s bathrooms.