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Situated above a Prada store on Istanbul's classy Abdi Ipekçi Caddesi Street, The House Hotel Nisantasi is the second hotel by Canan Özdemir and Ferit Baltacioglu—the team behind The House Café brand. With five floors of lavish design by Turkish outfit Autoban, the hotel successfully connects fashionistas with the city's vibrant, East-meets-West shopping scene. With Old Istanbul within easy reach, guests can explore some of the city’s top sights, while the hotel offers personal Pilates sessions, 34 elegant paneled rooms, and 10 deluxe suites.
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
With a cloistered entrance on Abdi Ipekçi Caddesi—one of Istanbul’s most popular high-end shopping streets—guests of The House Hotel Nisantasi are given the feeling of exclusivity before they even step inside. The hotel’s five floors are designed by Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar of Turkish design studio Autoban, with the lobby—sitting one floor above street-level—featuring wide bay windows, curvaceous beige sofas, dark wooden floors, and a stylish bar-restaurant. A few of Autoban’s latest furniture pieces can be found throughout the hotel, including those from the Daisy and Throne series, while beds are adorned with goose-down duvets, and dark wooden desks contrast light brown paneled walls.