Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 2
Heirloom Istanbul is a Historical Apartment Building with 6 rental units (three 1 bedroom and 3 studios). The building is located 500mt. from Taksim Square, 700 mt. from Istanbul Modern Museum and tram station which can take you to Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, Archeology Museum in 5 minutes, or you can walk to these attractions in 30 to 45 minutes . In addition, Commercial Business District is easily accessible from two metro stations.
This forth floor (attic) studio accommodates 2 adults (There is a view of the Galata Tower and portions of the old peninsula). One Queen size bed, En Suite Bathroom (shower and toilet) with towels for 2, refrigerator, a kettle, microwave oven, electric stove, stainless steel cookware, porcelain cups, plates, wine glasses and silverware for two are provided.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, Studio|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Ataturk Airport 30 km, Nearest railway: Taksim-Metro 500 m|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (1)|
|Further details indoors|
Restoration of this building incorporated environmentally friendly construction materials and supported sustainable development practices. For example, the Plywood supporting the wood floors, emit no or very low formaldehyde into the air. Other materials include Rockwool insulation, glass tiles, Volatile Organic Compounds-free paint and wood stains. The furniture and cabinetry were made from solid wood from local sustainable sources. No MDF or OSB was used in this building. All William Morris designed wallpaper used in the building was printed on formaldehyde-free paper from managed sustainable European Forests. The printing was done with water-based inks and coatings and do not contain lead or any other heavy metals. The wallpaper is installed with wheat paste/cellulose paste. All the furniture in the building was designed to represent the arts and crafts movement using solid wood. The water heating and heating and air-conditioning system is controlled by a energy efficient central system, which is located outside the building. The building and the units are equipped with fire alarm and automatic fire sprinkler system. Additionally, building features were added to the building for earthquake retrofitting. The rooms are equipped with audio-video system to communicate with the main entry door. Please note that no shoes are allowed in the building. To preserve this 110 year old building's original staircase and the wood floors in the rooms we kindly request the guest to take their shoes off at the entry (either carry them to your room or place them in your unit's shoe cupboard which is provided at the main entry). This building is strictly NON-SMOKING. We regret that we cannot accommodate pets.
There is a market and cafe located on the bottom floor of the building. Siphon, pour over or traditional expresso coffee, pastries, salads, ciabatta panini sandwiches are available in the cafe from 8:00am till 8:00pm.
As a part of our social responsibility project we carry shawls, olive wood ware, and extra virgin olive oil made in the villages of Aegean Coast of Turley using traditional methods.
The Marmara Sea region
Marmara Sea region has mild to hot summers and mild to cold winters. Perfect time to visit is fall and spring.
Istiklal Street (Grand Rue de Pera) arguably the most famous and vibrant street of Istanbul. We are located close to but not next to Istiklal Caddesi, so you can have a good night sleep.
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1 Jun 2014
"Liebevoll restauriert, geschmackvoll eingerichtet und freundlichster Service"
Wir haben eine Woche in Istanbul verbracht. Wir fühlten uns in der Wohnung (im ersten Stock, des perfekt renovierten Altbaus) sehr wohl. Mittendrin in einem lebendigen Viertel und trotzdem auch unge… More
19 Sep 2013
My wife and I stayed 4 nights in this lovely little hotel and could not have enjoyed it more. First, the neighborhood is an island of quiet in a wonderful but often chaotic city. The hotel itself is a… More
14 May 2013
"oase in istanbul"
Wir waren Anfang Mai 2013 für 4 Tage im Galatazimmer unterm Dach. Obwohl das Haus ganz in der Nähe des Haksim-Platzes und der trubeligen Straße zum Galataturm ist, ist das Haus eine Oase der Ruhe. … More
13 Apr 2013
"Beautiful renovated house in vibrant neighborhood"
In march 2013 we stayed a couple of days in one of the apartments in Heirloom in Cihangir, Istanbul. The house has been renovated in a splendid way, with respect for its history. The owner can tell yo… More
9 Feb 2013
"Idyllic retreat in the heart of 'real' Istanbul"
We stayed in the top loft room (Galata Tower) of the Heirloom Istanbul for 4 days in Jan 2013. It was a fantastic stay! The building (located on a small backstreet, but only minutes walk from many s… More
18 Dec 2012
"A truly memorable stay in Istanbul"
My two friends and I traveled to Istanbul in October 2012 and were fortunate enough to stay at the Heirloom. What a very special place! Our one-bedroom apartment was gorgeous and charming. The apar… More
16 Oct 2012
"It[--]s like a jewel in the middle of lively Istanbul."
At the begin of october we had a trip to Istanbul. We stayed in Heirloom Istanbul for 4 days and it was very nice. The handcrafted wood mobiliar amd the ecological ideas, the lovely details and modern… More
7 Oct 2012
"lovingly restored owned. Very good location for pedestrians"
Very good location, very quiet even with open windows at night and yet only a few minutes walking distance from Taksim Square and Istiklal Street. Excellent, if you prefer a family-like atmosphere in … More