Four Seasons Sultanahmet - Converted Prison Built By The Ottomans In 1918Four Seasons  

You are enjoying Four Seasons luxury in a unique building in the historic district of Istanbul - what could be better? This converted prison was built by the Ottomans in 1918 and has housed many dissident writers over the years. It has even appeared in the literature of the famous novelist, Graham Greene.

Lovers of architecture will enjoy the Turkish neoclassical building while lovers of great hotels can enjoy everything you have come to expect from the famous Four Seasons brand. In this hotel, you can eat in the beautifully landscaped gardens before walking to gasp in amazement at the Hagia Sophia church and the Blue Mosque. Moving from the religious to the ostentatious, afterward, you can tour the outstanding Topkapi Palace which was once home to powerful sultans.

You have the choice of a western suite or Turkish style suite. Take in the view of the stunning Marmara Sea from your own private terrace. As you look over the Spa menu, you will have the pick of western and eastern treatments to enjoy as you relax.

Type: Jail   Luxury
Location: Istanbul  Turkey  East Europe
Four Seasons at Sultanahmet
Four Seasons Sultanahmet building
Four Seasons Sultanahmet entrance
Four Seasons Sultanahmet grand corridors
Four Seasons Sultanahmet restaurant
Four Seasons Sultanahmet bar
Traditional Turkish room service
Four Seasons Sultanahmet suite
Four Seasons Sultanahmet hotel room
Four Seasons Sultanahmet room
Four Seasons Sultanahmet room with view
Four Seasons Sultanahmet terrace with Hagia Sophia in the background

The gorgeous Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque

The gorgeous Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque
Blue Mosque Istanbul
Tevkifhane Sokak No. 1, Sultanahmet-Eminönü, Istanbul Turkey 34110