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The House Hotel Nisantasi - Istanbul, Turkey

Located in the heart of Istanbul’s fashion and business district, The House Hotel Nisantasi impresses with its excellent service and stunning interiors impeccably decorated by award-winning Turkish design firm Autoban. Awash in soothing beiges and browns, the hotel’s spacious suites boast lavish white marble bathrooms, gorgeous Bosphorus views, as well as sleek, bespoke wood furnishings and lighting fixtures. Delicious Turkish and French dishes are served daily in the exquisitely designed Library Lounge Bar.

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Vault Karaköy, The House Hotel - Istanbul, Turkey

Situated in the Karaköy neighborhood of Istanbul, a former financial district which has become one of the city’s coolest cultural hubs, Vault Karaköy, The House Hotel boasts smart and luxurious designer interiors, an art club, a refined spa and a classy restaurant serving contemporary Turkish cuisine. In addition to its superior amenities and fantastic service, this stylish boutique hotel stands out for its exquisite decors which pay tribute to the building’s prestige and classic architecture. Designed by Sinan Kafadar, all rooms feature bespoke furniture and lighting, marble bathrooms, and elegant parquet floors. Among others, the hotel’s fabulous penthouse suite prides itself with a freestanding bathtub overlooking the Golden Horn and the Bosphorus Bridge.

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Yunak Evleri - Cappadocia, Turkey

Set amidst the magical chimneys of Cappadocia, in the historical town of Urgup, Yunak Evleri comprises a 19th century Greek mansion and 7 separate cave houses connected by stairs and meandering passageways. Designed with respect to tradition, each abode has its own decoration style and distinctive Ottoman character, with mostly traditional handcrafted furnishings, beautiful antiques and elegant marble bathrooms. In the main building guests will find the dining room, a lounge area as well as two well-equipped spaces dedicated to music and recreation. Crowning the cave hotel is a wonderful roof terrace where you can enjoy romantic dinners by candlelight accompanied by sweeping views of Turkey’s most outlandish landscape.

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4reasons hotel+bistro - Yalikavak, Turkey

Situated in Yalikavak, near trendy Bodrum on the dazzling Aegean Coast of Turkey, 4reasons hotel+bistro is a chic boutique hotel with 20 spacious, cleverly-designed rooms, topnotch facilities and an exquisite restaurant serving innovative Aegean cuisine. There are four types of rooms, but all are tastefully decorated and equipped with balconies/terraces overlooking the sea and the serene surrounding hills. In terms of relaxation, the hotel’s luxuriant gardens serve as lovely wellness and yoga retreats.

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Argos in Cappadocia - Turkey

Right in the heart of the enchanting Cappadocia, on the site of a former monastery where ancient caves and mysterious underground tunnels have been converted into world-class boutique accommodations, lies Argos in Cappadocia, a luxury cave hotel full of charm and history. Spread across 6 different mansions, the 53 individually designed rooms and suites invite guests to a special kind of experience, while the exquisite wine and dine scene is deeply rooted in the local culture and customs.

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Hypnos - Istanbul, Turkey

A charming boutique hotel in the Sirkeci area of Istanbul, the Hypnos Design Hotel offers 11 individually decorated rooms and a delightful café where guests can enjoy a variety of beverages, homemade pastries, as well as tasty Turkish and international cuisine. Each room has its own balcony with stunning city views and inspired decorating style, featuring themes such as “Glamour”, “Ottoman”, “Gypsy” or “Movie History”.

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Taskonaklar Rocky Palace - Cappadocia, Turkey

An enchanting and very unique boutique-style cave hotel in Uchisar, Cappadocia, Taskonaklar exploits the area’s long-lasting tradition of cave dwelling to the fullest, ensuring guests a truly remarkable accommodation experience. All rooms and suites are carved into historical volcanic formations, and individually decorated with modern comforts and tasteful antique furniture to provide an authentic taste of country life in ancient Anatolia.

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