Beyoglu Apartment Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, Sleeps 7
petraki!place II is on the second floor of a grand and elegant 19th century building very close to the beautiful Galata Tower. The building entrance is on a characterful cobbled street, packed with intriguing boutiques and cafés. A few floors up, on the roof-top, shared terraces have gorgeous views of the Bosphorus, Golden Horn and the Old City. It’s about 3 minutes walk from Sishane metro station and there’s a tram stop at Galata Bridge, just down the hill.
The apartment opens into a large entrance hall. The comfortable living room is very spacious and light, leading through a double doorway into a separate dining room. There are three stylish bedrooms (two doubles, one twin) off the hall. The good-sized kitchen is well-equipped and there’s a smart shower room with marble counter-top. The floors are original floorboards and all doors are also elegant dark wood originals.
petraki!place II is 130m2 in total, airy, serene and restful with lovely high ceilings and a quiet, solid grace. The bedrooms comfortably accommodate six people.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the manager
We are a family of 5 including 3 'children' aged 20, 17 and 15 - we had a wonderful 5-night stay in this beautiful apartment over New Year's 2014. Fantastic location, really lovely space, everything you could need, the owners and their team could not have been more helpful and accommodating. Cannot say enough good things - and also the airport transfers were seamless and the food tour particularly excellent. Roof terrace provides amazing views - especially for watching New Year's Eve fireworks - but is up a few flights of stairs, just as an fyi. Would definitely book this charming apartment again.
Happy Traveller from London
Julia and Tarkan
Istanbul!place is a small Turkish-British family project. Julia and Tarkan (with our son Eren) used to live in Istanbul then Singapore and are now balancing life between England and Istanbul.