Boutique hotel for sale in Istanbul Karakoy

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M2 400
Rooms 11
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Price in seller's currency : 17.800.000 ₺
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This cozy 11-roomed boutique hotel is for sale in central Karakoy near Karakoy Pier, Galata Bridge, and Taksim

Overview

Located in one of the oldest and historic districts, this hotel offers 22-air-conditioned accommodations with an en-suite bathroom, central A/C, flat-screen TV, tea/coffee machine, closet, phone, a minibar, 24/7 hot water, and free Wi-Fi. Its lobby on the entrance has an open concept café &bar with a reception area. Karakoy is one of Beyoglu district's artsy, funky, colorful, and most historic commercial old boroughs. It has immediate access to the city's significant landmarks.

Property Description

This property offers 11 en-suite rooms of standard, suite, or deluxe features decorated in primarily brown, beige, and green tones. The outdoor area measures 65 sqm with an indoor area of 400 sqm. Together with daily housekeeping, room service, terrace, and wake-up call service provided by the hotel, each room has central A/C, flat-screen TV, tea/coffee machine, closet, phone, a minibar, 24/7 hot water, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a spacious ground floor with a lobby and an open concept café &bar. Having a basement on the lower ground, it has 3 rooms on each of the 3 upper levels and 2 rooms with a terrace at the rooftop. Zeytinburnu-Kabatas tram line is around the corner, and the funicular (tunnel) line between Kabatas and Taksim Square is close. The iconic Galata Tower and Galata Bridge are nearby.

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Last updated on 10-07-2021
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Turkish Lira exchange rate, 02 July 2021 1 USD=8.67, 1 EUR=10.26, 1 GBP=11.92

This property is located in Istanbul Beyoglu

Istanbul Beyoglu
The area was until the big fire of Pera, also called the big fire of Beyoglu in 1870, the center for rich foreign Levantines, Armenians, and Greeks, who later moved towards Sisli
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