Armaggan restores waterfront villas on Bosporus' European shore

Armaggan Bosporus Suites launched in Istanbul, Turkey, occupying three restored yalis (waterfront mansions) on the Bosporus’s European shore.  One of the design firms in Istanbul, Armaggan, restored these waterfront villas that can be found in the Ortaköy neighborhood of Istanbul’s Beşiktaş district.

A total of 18 individual suites are found within the three mansions, each suite boasting art pieces as decorations, as well as high-end furnishings and amenities throughout, all handpicked by Armaggan's experts for their ability to represent Istanbul’s hospitality and heritage.

Available singly, as three separate houses or as one large residence, the 18 individual suites celebrate local craftsmanship and hospitality, including textiles and objects d’art by Istanbul’s designers to Anatolia’s regional cuisine. These suites have Ottoman symbolism and homely touches, adorned with antique glass chandeliers, silk drapes, hand-painted ceilings and over sixty original paintings. There are also nooks and Bosporus-view terraces. The suites also have an 18-seater dining table in the individual yali’s dining rooms or on the terrace.

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Guests may also access the private Turkish Hammam, and make use of the private boat and direct water access of the suites.

Private cultural immersions range from private jet trips to see the landscapes of Cappadocia, to after-hours shopping experiences at Armaggan's two flagship emporiums.

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