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The Grande Dame of the Bosphorus, Istanbul 

The only Ottoman Imperial Palace and Hotel on the Bosphorus that once hosted Sultans, Çırağan Palace has a heritage that dates back to the 17th century. The building had different formations including a waterside summer villa and a marble palace. After a complete restoration and with the addition of a modern hotel building including elegant rooms, restaurants and meeting venues, the Hotel and Palace opened in 1991 as an accommodation and event venue managed by Kempinski, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group. Being a landmark, Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul has elegantly redesigned rooms and suites in the hotel building, including 11 private palace suites in the historical Çırağan Palace. Moreover, it continues to be the iconic place to host the most prestigious and extravagant events, meetings, and weddings in Türkiye with having the beautiful indoor and outdoor venue alternatives. Since its opening, the royal-born continues to be the symbol of luxury combined with legendary Turkish hospitality and impeccable service dedicated to excellence. Çırağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul is also very proud to be appreciated and awarded via many leading local and international valuable authorities, publications, and guests. 

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