The Midtown Hotel provides the ideal accommodation for those wishing to feel the heartbeat and pace of the city of Istanbul, but from a quiet and peaceful spot. The modern and stylish Midtown Hotel stands in one of the cityâ€™s loveliest spots, Taksim, which is conveniently close to conference and trade fair complexes, as well as cultural and entertainment centres such as BeyoÄźlu, Sultanahmet, DolmabahĂ§e, the Ataturk Cultural Centre, and shopping malls like NiĹźantaĹźÄ±-MaĂ§ka, where world famous brands are to be found and, taking the hotel as your starting point, you can explore the entire city with absolute ease.
The 4 star Midtown Hotel has a total of 80 rooms. The Midtown Hotelâ€™s ongoing commitment to the environment is clearly visible in the eco-friendly technology used in each and every one of the rooms.
The Midtown Hotel and its More Restaurant offers classic traditional Turkish cuisine using new techniques and leading edge approaches to delight even the most modern discerning palate. Acting as the perfect complement to the superb cuisine at the More Restaurant is its decor and style.
It has a highly reputable team of chefs, whose breadth of vision and creativity has enabled them to win numerous awards in the competitions they have taken part in. They were awarded prizes at both the 2009 and 2010 Istanbul International Gastronomy Festivals, as well as the 2009 International Cookery Competition, under the slogan â€śTurkey competes in the kitchenâ€ť.
The hotel has four different conference rooms each of which bears the name of several cities where meetings on the environment have been held worldwide. The rooms are fitted with all the technical details and infrastructure so that you can hold meetings as if in the comfort of your own office. In addition to the technological aspects, with the sort of appetizers prepared by such award-winning chefs and served in the More Restaurant coffee break, any kind of meeting will be made more enjoyable.
The 4 star Midtown Hotel has a total of 80 rooms and its ongoing commitment to the environment is clearly visible in the eco-friendly technology used in each and every one of the rooms. The energy consumption austerity measures have been demonstrated since the very first day the hotel was opened with the use of low consumption light bulbs and water consumption control systems in the bathrooms, among others.
The hotel has a total of 53 Deluxe Rooms, all standing out for their stylish and harmonious atmosphere and the soft smoky tones of the oak wood, which blend perfectly with the light toned fabrics and each room has a special collection of photographs featuring scenes of Istanbul. Deluxe rooms in Taksim are available in two distinct alternatives: Deluxe City View, overlooking Taksim Square and the surrounding area and 6 Deluxe Bosphorus View Rooms with views of the Bosphorus and the Marmara Sea, whose sizes vary from 25 to 33m2 .
Simplicity and minimalism are clearly visible in the 7 Corner Suites which the hotel offers its guests. Each of the 33m2 suites exude a positive atmosphere thanks to the light provided by the large windows through which guests can enjoy unbeatable views of the city and its skyline.
Rooms 5 and 7 of the hotel have been redesigned and reinterpreted as special eco-friendly rooms for business guests. These rooms offer customized furniture and materials for general use.
Airport: 15 km
Center: 100 m
Trade Fair: 1 km
Train: 250 m
Bus: 100 m
Tube: 100 m
Harbour: 2 km
Playa: 35 km
Golf: 13 km
Destination: Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul is the largest and most westernised city in Turkey. It is set between two seas, the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, between two continents, Europe and Asia, and between two worlds, namely the traditional and the modern. Thanks to all this, the culture of the Turkish economic capital is very rich. Due to the fact that it has been the capital of three empires: the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires, we find many mosques, churches, synagogues and historic buildings, all of which are really worth visiting. For these reasons, in 1985 UNESCO declared the historic areas of Istanbul as a World Heritage Site.
Istanbul is home to extraordinary monuments: the Blue Mosque and the Arap Mosque, Topkapi Palace, seat of imperial Ottoman power, Dolmabahce Palace, the church of Hagia Sophia and St. Irene's Church (the first church in Byzantium), to name just a few of Istanbulâ€™s many monuments.
There is the old city, located in the so called Golden Horn, the Great Bazaar with over 58 streets and 4,000 shops, outstanding amongst which are the jewellery, gold and spice shops, as well as the carpet stores and the spice bazaar. Cross the Bosphorus by boat, enjoy a genuine DĂ¶ner Kebab and other traditional Istanbul dishes, such as LĂĽfer (blue fish from the Bosphorus), HĂĽnkar Begendi (beef with pureed eggplant), Kanlica yoghurt, Sahlep (a beverage made of powdered orchid tubers), Simit (a kind of circular bread covered in sesame), Lokum (Turkish delight), or dolmas (grape leaves stuffed with rice).