Thought to have dated from the late 18th century, this historic waterfront hotel was once the home of a Grand Vizier and began its life as a guesthouse in the 1930s. The style is a combination of modern, Ottoman and Baroque architecture. An inner courtyard is now home to the hotel's cafe while the bar once used to be the stables. There is also a restaurant with views of the Bosphorus and an outdoor pool for use in the summer months. The hotel can also host seminars and meetings as well as social functions.
The classically furnished rooms have carpeted floors and a private bathroom. All are equipped with centrally controlled air-conditioning, work desk, satellite TV, mini-bar (extra charge) and have a bathtub or shower.
During the summer months guests may make use of the hotel's outdoor pool.