A Modern Day Masterpiece at the Center of Istanbul’s Style & Culture - Taking residence at the Nisantasi district, Istanbul's most vibrant neighborhood, the modernist Art Deco-influenced St. Regis Istanbul features exceptional services and world-class facilities at Istanbul's best address. The St. Regis Istanbul is the ideal luxury hotel in Istanbul, forming a focal point for cosmopolitan Turkish and international society: Stay in the award-winning guest rooms and signature suites uniting discreet luxury with timeless elegance, all a modern-day interpretation of the St. Regis legacy. The St. Regis legacy of excellence is further personified by the signature St. Regis Butler service.
Inviting guests to meet in the Atrium or devour a new book in the well-stocked Library. They can also conduct business with confidence and ease in the fully equipped business center, The Study. Savor epicurean flavors at Spago, the first international venue of the Beverly Hills phenomenon by master chef Wolfgang Puck or St. Regis Brasserie. The prestigious Iridium Spa presents restorative therapies and three pools for unprecedented relaxation, whereas the state-of-the-art Exercise Room acts as an energizing all-hours escape. Meanwhile, premier shopping is available on-site, thanks to the premium array of designer boutiques. Explore Istanbul attractions, the most exciting luxury fashion brands, the best art galleries, restaurants, and events, all mere minutes from the hotel.
Rooms & Suites - Step into a world of exquisite luxury and refinement at The St. Regis Istanbul. Renowned for its elegantly appointed rooms and suites, the hotel promises stylish interior design and the finest in contemporary comforts. This includes the legendary St. Regis Butler Service. Along with the unique Private Dining services, guests can expect flawless personalized attention. It is the Butler's gracious pleasure to welcome guests upon arrival and provide for every need throughout their stay. Designed with timeless elegance and modern convenience in mind, the worldly guest rooms and suites offer bespoke pampering and cultured inspiration. Original sculptures and paintings from the Demsa art collection, created by internationally acclaimed Turkish artists, adorn the walls. At the same time, floor-to-ceiling windows present celebrated views of Istanbul, framed by electronically controlled curtains. A 46-inch LED television and iPod docking station ensures state-of-the-art entertainment, while the stunning refreshment center and Nespresso capsule coffee machine combine with in-room private dining to invite all-hours indulgence. A work desk and complimentary High-Speed Internet Access ensure guests stay seamlessly connected.
A Distinguished Dining Experience - Distinguishing a new era in Istanbul's dining history, The St. Regis Istanbul debuts indulgent, world-class epicurean experiences and eminent St. Regis rituals. Wolfgang Puck’s signature restaurant Spago pairs the internationally renowned chef's elevated vision with an extraordinary rooftop location. The St. Regis Brasserie unites a legendary street-level setting in the heart of Nisantasi with the timeless elegance of an Old World Parisian brassiere. Meanwhile, Petit "O" represents a flawless marriage of Istanbul’s singular character and signature St. Regis refinement. Additionally, the 24-hour in-room private dining and a St. Regis Butler are always on call to provide a memorable meal in the privacy of your guest room.
Misty Mary - The St. Regis Istanbul Bloody Mary - Inspired by the morning mist on the Bosphorus, the Misty Mary uses traditional ingredients such as Raki, turnip juice, and red basil, referring to the rich tastes and cultural heritage of Anatolia and Istanbul. The ‘Misty Mary’ is served in an ‘ehl-i keyf’ (copper bowl used in Turkey to drink Raki) with dry ice to create the mist effect. Red Snapper - The Original Bloody Mary - The formula was spiced up with salt, pepper, lemon, and Worcestershire Sauce, and today each St. Regis around the world celebrates the regional influences of the original recipe, prepared with freshest homemade mixes, saluting tradition with its own unique twist.
Spa & Fitness - Relax after a hard workout at Iridium Spa. Born from the DNA of the St. Regis brand and exclusive to St. Regis, Iridium Spa honors each address with the bespoke touches of a rare spa experience. Iridium Spa - A world away from Istanbul’s vibrant streets, the 950-square-meter Iridium Spa serves as a seductive urban escape. From the reception to the Iridium Room, its relaxation area, the spa unites tactile materials, natural hues, and locally inspired accents to set an evocative scene. Beige marble walls and mosaics combine with metallic and walnut accents, while ornate curtain-like metallic screens promote privacy. Considered details range from a decorative waterfall in the reception's sitting area to a glass-enclosed fireplace in the Iridium Room, which also houses a collection of plush sofas. Meanwhile, the spa’s treatment menu comprises facials, body treatments, massages, and ample beauty services. Performed with premier Sundari and Omorovicza spa amenities, each treatment is carefully tailored to meet personal needs and desires. For a comprehensive wellness experience, spa packages are available.
Area & Activities - Explore Istanbul With St. Regis - The St. Regis Istanbul is located in the heart of the vibrant Nisantasi district, renowned as the “5th Avenue” of Istanbul. The city’s social center, and the setting for several novels by Nobel laureate writer Orhan Pamuk, features narrow streets lined with Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture. Art galleries and entertainment also abound, as do antique and designer shops ranging from Chanel to Hermès. Top cafés and brassieres serving local flavors and famous Turkish hospitality further enhance the sophisticated scene. And as the sun goes down, the neighborhood’s famous nightlife alights. Moreover, countless celebrated city center destinations—such as Maçka Park, Istanbul Congress Center, and the sparkling Bosphorus, mere steps from the front door. The Dolmabahçe Palace is also just a short walk away. Constructed in the 19th century, the imposing structure was the administrative center of the late Ottoman Empire and home to the Ottoman sultans' last.
Nearby, the legendary Beyoglu district boasts 45 neighborhoods and Istiklal Street, a significant cultural, recreational, and commercial center. It also connects Taksim Square to the Galata district and its surroundings. To literally step into history, stop by Galata Tower: one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Erected in 1348, the famous structure was once Istanbul’s highest building. It also witnessed the first human flight in 1630 by Hazerfan Ahmet Celebi, who donned artificial wings to glide nearly six kilometers, from the tower over the Bosphorus to the slopes Üsküdar on the Anatolian side of the city.
Additionally, a quick drive will transport guests to historic Old Istanbul, distinguished by 19th-century travelers as “Stamboul.” Along with museums, restaurants, and hammams, the quarter houses the storied Blue Mosque and Ayasofya, also known as the Hagia Sophia. The latter building’s wide, flat dome was an engineering feat when it was built in the sixth century, and architects still marvel at the structure’s many innovations.
Visitors should also be sure to make time for Istanbul’s mythic markets, which include the Grand Bazaar, where Silk Road traders once rested their camels, and the Spice Market, which sells dried fruits, caviar, Turkish delight, and more.