The House Hotel Nisantasi

Rooms 44   Architecture Autoban   Interior Design Autoban
The Original Ferit Baltacioglu, Canan Özdemir

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The Original Ferit Baltacioglu, Canan Özdemir
—Perfectly suited to its location on Istanbul's classy Abdi İpekçi Caddesi, The House Hotel Nisantasi offers five floors of lavish forms, while connecting fashionistas to the city’s most stylish district.

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    Rooms 44 / Architecture Autoban / Interior Design Autoban / The Original Ferit Baltacioglu, Canan Özdemir

    At the heart of the city's fashion and business district, The House Hotel Nişantaşı is set above the Prada boutique on Istanbul's most coveted address, Abdi İpekçi Caddesi. Those who want to unearth cultural treasures can follow a guide from Locally Istanbul, an exclusive service that connects visitors with experts on art, design, and the latest culinary trends. Switching gears, guest can also enjoy personal Pilates sessions in the hotel's serene studio, housed on the top floor and offering direct sea views. International and Turkish flavors combine at the restaurant's alfresco tables, which attract well-to-do locals and lead into a charming, bistro-like lobby lounge. A true boutique hotel, this urban hideaway has just 34 elegantly paneled rooms, plus ten suites, chic cafés and bars. Organic amenities and attentive service add the finishing touches to a hotel that has, understandably, been ranked among the best in the world. 

    Nearest Airport
    IST - Ataturk International Airport
    Food & Drink
    Bar & Lounge
    Conference & Meetings
    1 meeting room
    Airport Shuttle, Concierge, Late Check-out, Parking

    Rooms & Suites

    Of the 44 rooms at The House Hotel Nişantaşı, 10 are deluxe suites. Thanks to award-winning Turkish design firm Autoban, the guestrooms have unique custom-made furnishings and light fittings. An organic palette, rounded furniture forms, and a glass-walled marble bathroom give the spaces a signature look. Exclusive Lokum bathrooms amenities provide a taste of the local. Other luxuries include Nespresso and a wine collection in the rooms. The Terrace Junior Suite rooms feature a pitched roof and a private terrace with a view of elegant Abdi İpekçi Street.

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    A stylish pied-a-terre

    From the moment that guests slip inside the cloistered entrance on Abdi İpekçi Caddesi – Istanbul’s most exclusive shopping street – they’re transported to a place where lavish shapes flourish and shine. All five floors of the hotel were styled by Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar of Turkish design powerhouse Autoban. In the lobby, which sits one floor above street level, two beige sofas fill up a wide bay window, mirroring each other like a pair of closed brackets. Underfoot, dark wooden boards run the length of the narrow room, pointing toward a bar-restaurant that doubles as a sociable breakfast area.

    Interior Design


    Many of the rooms have separate terraces or views over the Bosphorus, and some even showcase the latest pieces of furniture by Autoban, including the Daisy and Throne series. Beds with soft goose down duvets stand out against the dark wooden desks and light brown wall panels. Bathrooms, separated from the sleeping spaces by sheets of see-through glass, are bright and bold, with marbled lines of greyish blue. For those seeking privacy, neat venetian blinds can be drawn down. 

    Made by Originals

    Canan Özdemir and Ferit Baltacioglu

    It was the runaway success of their café brand – The House Café – that inspired Canan Özdemir and Ferit Baltacioglu to enter the hotel business. Since the niche-carving House Hotel Galatasaray launched in April 2010, the business partners have gone on to open two more hotels: The House Hotel Nisantasi and The House Hotel Bosphorus. All three have outstanding city-center locations. Although Canan’s background is in auditing and Ferit’s is in mechanical engineering, they found a shared love in launching new cafés in exciting places. In addition to the three hotels, Canan and Ferit now operate 12 cafés across Istanbul, plus franchised cafés in Antalya and Ankara.

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