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InterContinental Hotels ISTANBUL

Asker Ocagi Caddesi No. 1
Istanbul 80200
Nightly Rates: (USD$177.00 - USD$477.00)
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Hotel Description:

Located in the modern Taksim district, the high-rise InterContinental Istanbul hotel has superior rooms and suites with breathtaking views over the Bosphorus and the historic city skyline. Our state-of-the-art meeting facilities include three ballrooms and can accommodate up to 900 people. Exceptional on-site dining offers everything from gourmet buffet breakfasts to traditional Turkish cuisine. Guests can unwind with a soothing massage or gentle swim in our acclaimed SPA InterContinental.

Check In:  2:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Euro
Number of floors:  20
Number of rooms:  390
Number of suites:  53
Time zone:  GMT


Safran Restaurant: Showcasing refined Turkish and Ottoman cuisine, Safran Restaurant provides the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking view of Bosphorus all year. The exquisite dining room is beautifully decorated, with the elegant covered terrace. Live classical fasil mus
City Lights Restaurant and Bar: Located on the top floor of the hotel with stunning skyline views, the City Lights Bar and Restaurant is aptly named. It offers a lively and stylish atmosphere for a cocktail or a glass of wine, as well as an impressive menu of appetizers. DJ performances
The Brasserie Restaurant: The modern, sophisticated Brasserie Restaurant presents a generous buffet breakfast each morning. The diverse selection includes delicious hot items and fresh fruit. Gorgeous marble accents and ornate chandeliers provide an upscale atmosphere in which to
Veranda Restaurant & Lounge: Located next to the lobby, Veranda Restaurant and Lounge opens into the hotel garden, creating an inviting setting for alfresco dining. It has an open kitchen, a plentiful wine cellar, and an international menu. The relaxed atmosphere makes it ideal for m
City Lights Restaurant & Bar: Located on the hotel's top floor with stunning skyline views, the City Lights Restaurant & Bar is aptly named. It offers a lively and stylish atmosphere for a cocktail or a glass of wine, as well as non-alcoholic beverages and a menu of appetizers. DJ per


Fitness center on-site
Outdoor pool
Childrens's program - Baby outdoor pool on-site playground off-site 5 min walk.

Room Info:

Connecting rooms
Meal included - lunch, Meal included - continental breakfast, Connecting rooms, CD player, DVD player
Meal included - lunch, Meal included - continental breakfast, Maid service, Free newspaper, CD player, DVD player, Bidet, Laundry basket/clothes hamper
standard room: TV
standard room: TV
club intercontinental city view: TV
twin beds city view: TV
1 king bed club city view: TV
deluxe room: TV
standard city view: TV
club intercontinental sea view: TV
twin beds deluxe room: TV
sea view: TV
sea view: TV
presidential suite: TV
concept suite: TV
taksim park view: TV
bosphorus suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Dolmabahce Ballroom: Glamorous Ballroom which can be split up into three sections with seperate entrances opening to the same foyer and a private terrace. With its elegant decoration, high ceiling, this venue is your first choice for your Gala Dinners and Conferences.
Bosphorus Ballroom: Fabolous Junior Ballroom with stunning views of the Bosphorus, can be split into two sections with seperate entrances, is a great choice for luncheons, dinners, conferences, exhibitions. Also the private terrace in front is perfect for breaks.
Anadolu: Third largest Ballroom with great natural daylight and overlooks Taksim Park which is covered with lush greenery. An ideal function space for luncheons, dinners, conferences and especially exhibitions. Also its private terrace is perfect for breaks.
Kanuni: An ideal meeting room for small meetings, breakouts, workshops and small private events. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up and and built in 80 inches Led LCD TV.
Marmara: Rectangular shaped meeting room with high ceiling, built in screen and LCD projector, opens to small marble foyer. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up. Ideal for small meetings, breakouts and workshops.
Rumeli: Meeting room with natural daylight coming in from one corner window from floor to ceiling. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up. Ideal for small meetings, luncheons, dinners, breakouts and small private events.
Boardroom: Meeting room with built in screen and LCD projector, natural daylight, opening to a terrace with the view of Bosphorus. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up. Ideal for private dinings, small meetings and workshops.
Yavuz: An ideal meeting room for small meetings, breakouts, workshops and small private events. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up and built in 80 inches Led LCD TV.
Fatih: An ideal meeting room for small meetings, breakouts, workshops and small private events. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up and built in 80 inches Led LCD TV.
Club Boardroom: The meeting room is located on the Executive Floor as a part of the Club InterContinental with stunning view of the Bosphorus and the skyline of city. Built in Led LCD TV, coffeebreak station, ideal for small round tables meetings.
Executive Boardroom: Located on the top floor with stunning view of the Bosphorus and historical peninsula. Built in 80'' Led LDC TV, ideal for executive board meetings and business luncheons. With the view of city lights in the evening, your first choice for private dinners.
Citronelle: Ideal secluded venue with natural daylight, stunning view of Bosphorus and skyline of Istanbul. A great location for product launches and press meetings. With the view of city lights in the evening, an elegant atmosphere for private dinners.
Taksim 1: An ideal location for exclusive meeting, breakouts, workshops and small private events. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up and built in 80 inches Led LCD TV.
Taksim 2:
Gezi: Elegant meeting room with high ceiling, built in screen and LCD projector, opens to small private marble foyer. The room has safe box in the cabinet, mini bar, standard coffeebreak set up. Ideal for small meetings, workshops and small private events.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • ATM/Cash machine
  • Bathrobe
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Florist
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Lounges/bars
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone
  • Technical concierge
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Color television
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Dry cleaning
  • Gift/News stand
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tennis court
  • Voice mail
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Evening reception
  • Golf
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Minibar
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Rollaway bed
  • Satellite television
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Two-line phone
  • Weight scale
  • Baby sitting
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Computer
  • Desk with lamp
  • Exterior corridors
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Limousine service
  • On-Site parking
  • Premium movie channels
  • Room service
  • Separate closet
  • Storage space
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection

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Istiklal StreetIt is about 5 minutes walking distance to this padestrian street that stretches for over 2km.from Taksim Square to Tunel area.You'll find a good mix of local and international brands and can window shop without being bothered by traffic.Fans of transport

Grand BazaarThere are over 3500 shops in the Grand Bazaar, and it is visited by 250.000-400.000 customers everyday depending on the season.97 different products are sold on this market (Carpets, Leatherwork, Silverware, Gold objects, Ceramics, Textile products, Souve

Ali Muhiddin Haci BekirEstablished in 1777, on the list of the world's 100 oldest trademarks and the premier address for lokum - Turkish delight. They also sell other classic Turkish sweets - pestil, cevizli, sucuk and akide - and candies, such as the small boiled sweets that h

Spice BazaarThe Spice (Egyptian )Bazaar is also one of the Istanbul's oldest markets. It is located at the entrance of the Golden Horn. You can see and smell many interesting spices, dried fruits and nuts, teas, oils and essences, sweets, honeycombs, and aphrodisia

Istanbul BookstoreThe bookstore of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. It's definitely worth a visit if you are interested in Turkish culture and history, art and architecture, food and more.The store also stocks CDs, maps and a few souvenirs to tempt the passing touri

Karak y G ll o lu Baklavac sG ll oglu produces 70,000 pieces of baklava per day. They purchase the ingredients in their prime season from the region in which they are grown. The pistachios come from Gaziantep, and the walnuts come from Karahisar in September and October.They check t

Istinye Park MallIn addition to many glamorous shops and a hip theater complex, the modern mall hosts a variety of restaurants, cafes and even a food market. The shopping mall proves that it s different to its customers since the opening day with the different living spac

VakkoVakko was the first modern department store in the country and the pioneer of high-quality customer service in Turkey. In addition to the silk scarves and cravats which have become its symbol, Vakko offers upscale collections for both men and women.Look o

Kanyon MallKanyon's exclusive open-air shopping mall has 160 stores and boutiques selling expensive designer brands. This is a luxurious place to go. At the intersection of two key municipalities, Kanyon sells top local and global brands and has a gourmet supermar

Ba dat StreetIt is the heart of the Asian side of Istanbul.The lively part starts in Bostanci and ends in Kiziltoprak. There are many shops, bookstores, restaurants andsidewalk cafes on this stretch. There might be little for tourists here, but if you are curious abou

NisantasiNisantasi reminds you one of the popular cities such as Paris and Vienna with its magnificent historical buildings, luxurious cafes and exclusive shops such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, Hugo Boss, Hermes, Armani, Prada one after another.

Aznavur PassageBuilt in 1883, this arcade includes shops selling souvenirs, clothes, jewellery and wooden furniture.

CukurcumaFamous for its antique shops. Even if you don't want to buy anything, it's worth visiting Cukurcuma to feel the special atmosphere.Nearby French Street is a lively entertainment hub with cafes, restaurants, street artists and outdoor concerts.

HorhorThe Horhor Carsisi is a flea market with shops and stalls selling furniture and collectibles (tables, chairs, paintings, sculptures and textiles) both antique and modern, and of varying quality.Bargain where you can. There are discounts to be made but som

stanbul Congress Center

Lutfi K rdar Congress Center

Taksim Metro (Subway) Station

S tl e me Train StationSirkeci Terminal is a terminus main station of the Turkish State Railways , on the European part of Istanbul. Int., domestic and regional trains running westwards depart from this station which was inaugurated as the terminus of the Orient Express.


Istanbul International Airport

Sabiha Gokcen Airport (Asian side)

Kemer Golf &Country ClubKG&CC Golf Club is Istanbul's most impressive golf club . The course is 6,300 meters long, with 18 holes on a 73 par, championship golf course has been designed in USGA standards taking in all the beauty of the forestry area.

Topkap PalaceTopkap Palace constructed by Fatih Sultan Mehmet, in 1478 has been the official residence of the Otoman Sultans.The palace having around 700.000 sqm area during the foundation years has currently 80.000 sqm area.

Hagia SophiaAn ancient church - now called the Aya Sofya Museum and unquestionably one of the finest buildings of all time. For over 1000 years this was the largest church in the world. Hagia Sophia was turned into a mosque after the conquest of Constantinople and is

Sultanahmet MosqueThe building is more familiarly known as the Blue Mosque because of its magnificent interior panelling of blue and white Iznik tiles. Don't miss the royal kiosk with its entry ramp which the Sultan used to cross on horseback.

Dolmabahce PalaceBuilt in the mid 19th century by Sultan Abdulmecid, Dolmabahce Palace stretches for 600 metres along the European shore of the Bosphorus. The main palace has 285 small rooms, 46 reception rooms and six Turkish baths.Built in the Neoclassical, Baroque and

Beylerbeyi PalaceUsed as the Sultan's summer residence, this palace was also offered to the most distinguished foreign dignitaries for their visits. Unlike the other palaces, there is no heating system, because it was only used in summer.

Basilica CisternFifty two steps, a jungle of three hundred and thirty six columns, an enchanting, uncanny darkness, and the phosphorescence of the water...like a secret underground kingdom, which has waited for fifteen hundred years for the suns light to illuminate it.

Military MuseumIn this museum, just one kilometre from the hotel, the great field tents used by Ottoman armies are on display. Here you can find battle equipment used by theOttomans and later by the Turkish army.The Mehter Band can be heard performing Ottoman martial mu

Archaeology MuseumThe borders of the Ottoman Empire extended from Anatolia to Mesopotamia and from the Balkans to Africa. At the Archaeology Museum, you can view artifacts from all of the different civilizations. Here you can see countless items with great historic value,

Chora MuseumThe 11th century church of St Savior in the Chora complex is, after Hagia Sophia, the most important Byzantine monument in Istanbul. It was converted to a mosque in 1515 and a school and kitchen was added to the structure.

Turkish And Islamic Arts MuseumBuilt in 1524, the museum features ceramic works,c arpets from the Selcuk and Ottoman periods, jewelled pieces, Koran desks inlaid with mother of pearl, priceless handwritten Korans and miniatures.It was the grandest private residence ever constructed in

Galata TowerOne of the oldest towers of the world was built of wood by Byzantine emperor Anastasius Oilozus in 528 as a lighthouse.During the reign of Murad IV. (1612-1640) Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi flew as an early aviator using artificial wings from this tower over the

Rahmi M.Koc MuseumThis is the first major museum in Turkey dedicated to the history of Transport, Industry and Communications. The collection contains thousands of items from gramophone needles to full size ships and aircraft.

Princes' IslandsIf you need to escape from the bustle of Istanbul for a day,nothing could be easier.You simply join aboard a ferry bound for the charming Princes' Islands.B y kada,the largest of the islands.All are famous for their mild climates and ornate Ottoman houses

MiniaturkMiniaturk: is also named as the "Showcase of Turkey", where you can find many important structures of Turkey in small scales, models of architectural masterpieces representing the Anatolian and Ottoman civilizations.

Naval MuseumEstablished in 1897 by the Ottoman minister of Navy, Istanbul Navy Museum contains an important collection of military artifacts pertaining to the Ottoman Navy. Around 20,000 pieces are present in its collection.

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