Since Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah first opened its doors in 1895, its elegant interior and exterior has drawn visitors from all over the world.
Designed by renowned local architect Alexander Vallaury, the iconic building has played host to an impressive list of guests that includes Ernest Hemingway, Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock among others.
Today the hotel maintains the elegant classical style that made it famous, with authentic 19th century features serving as a timeless focal point. Additionally, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah was designated with "museum-hotel" status in 1981 when, as a tribute to the founder of modern Turkey, Room 101 was converted into the Atatürk Museum.
Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah is located in the heart of Istanbul. The hotel is surrounded by some of the city's most iconic points of interest, in the lively Beyoglu district.