The Galata Istanbul MGallery Hotel

You’re guaranteed to find Turkish delight inside the luxury Galata Istanbul MGallery Hotel and not just on the dessert table

Anatolian charm, design and attention to detail are felt in every aspect of your experience here; from its bright and spacious art-deco inspired bedrooms to its grand historic Cesme Hammam which dates back 300 years. The MGallery which is the oldest of four Galata hotels in the collection is the most exclusive boutique hotel in the city of Istanbul. Housed in a former bank there are quirky features like safety boxes in the hotel lobby and nods to the heritage of the space once being a newspaper printing house too.

Combining culture and heritage with grand design, it’s the number one must-stay place for honeymooners and is the most-desirable hotel of the moment in Turkey.

Elegant accommodation
The deluxe rooms and suites have fresh, contemporary interiors and come with large LED televisions and espresso machines. Furniture and styling have a stylish art-deco theme with details like wooden shutters and original wallpaper, you’ll feel like you’re staying somewhere truly special. You’ll also have a private terrace where you can take in the beauty of this magical city.

Divine dining
You’ll find two restaurants and a chic lobby bar at the hotel. Mesai Restaurant offers dreamy views of the Old City and is a romantic spot to enjoy a sundowner cocktail and tuck into artistic dishes. Mesai Karakoy served global dishes all day and offers views over the dramatic Historic Peninsular.

Pampering Perfection
Guests are invited to use the historic Cesme Hammam and book in for a complete Turkish Bath & Spa experience where you’ll be immersed in water therapy, giving you a chance to recharge and refresh after your wedding. It’s also a popular spot with bridal parties so if you’re planning on a destination wedding in Istanbul it’s a great place to make a private booking so you can all indulge in pampering treatments followed by lashings of Turkish tea and the most delectable baklava you’ve ever tried.