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Historical Peninsula

Built by Prussian architect August Jasmund, who served the Ottoman court from 1888 to 1907, the Germanya Han is a very special building originally designed for the Deutsche ORIENTBANK. Located in the triangular conjunction of Sultanhamam and Şeyhülislam Hayri Efendi streets, the building, viewed from a distance, is a distinctive symbol in the region with its lead-grey roof. Jasmund had gained recognition due to his accomplished architectural artefacts in Istanbul and his lectures in schools like Sanayi-i Nefis Mektebi-i Alisi (Academy of Fine Arts) and Mühendishane-i Berri-Hümâyûn [Imperial School of Military Engineering, later became Istanbul Technical University]. One of the famous buildings that Jasmund designed is the Sirkeci Train Station.

Accommodation

The room design maintains the characteristic style of The Orientbank Hotel building, and offers an ergonomic, peaceful and warm aura where oriental details meet contemporary design, all underpinned by an flawless technological infrastructure. The Bellman opens the guest room door and allows the guests to enter first. The Bellman informs the guests about the room features (web access, coffee machines, mechanical systems, etc.), the environment and the nearby landmarks (such as the tram or Eminönü) and the walking distances to specific venues. As soon as the guests walk in, they experience the refreshing scent of The Orientbank Hotel and its special musical tunes. The table in the room is adorned with complimentary seasonal fruit, nuts, chocolates and water in specially designed bottles.

DELUXE ROOM

20-22 m2
2 Adults

GRAND DELUXE ROOM

26-27 m2
2 Adults

EXECUTIVE SUITE

45 m2
3 Adults

All products provided for the guests’s use are marked with the seal of The Orientbank Hotel, which indicates that the soap bars, bottles, towels, bathrobes, slippers and the print magazines have been produced specifically for them. The Bellman advices the Butler Service’s phone number to improve the guest’s accommodation experience. He wishes a good day and leaves the room. A documentary of The Orientbank Hotel and recommendations about the historical experiences of city is on air on the in-room TV. The guests can easily access to free Wi-Fi and wired internet. The night prior to their departure, gifts including peshtemals with the hotel logo, Turkish delights in glazed tile bowls or soap bars in fabric pouches are made available in the guest rooms.

Amenities

Providing Hospitality the Correct Way

Home Brewery

Coffee Bar

Restaurant

Room Service

24x7 Reception

Car Rental

Hair Dryer

Secure Wi-Fi

Linens

Toiletries

Breakfast

Swimming Pool

Wellness Spa

Fine Dining

In-house Bar

Banquet Hall

Gregor Jazz'n Dine

You're Wellcome for dinner, drinks and jazz

EMİNÖNÜ "The area is near the ancient harbor of the city and many important religious and commercial buildings are located in the region."

Istanbul, a city that hosted 3 different civilizations, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman civilizations, is also the only city in the world through which the sea is running and again the only city that is located on two separate continents. 

The oldest settlement of this city, the most bustling area in the historical peninsula, also known as “the walled city of Constantine,” is Eminönü. Spices from far east, wheat from Crimea, fur from Russia, wine from Greece, alum from west Anatolia, wool from Asia minor, silk from Persia, fabric from Armenia and East. All gather together here!

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GERMANYA HAN

Built by Prussian architect August Jasmund, who served the Ottoman court from 1888 to 1907, the Germanya Han is a very special building originally designed for the Deutsche Orient Bank. Located in the triangular conjunction of Sultanhamam and Şeyhülislam Hayri Efendi streets, the building, viewed from a distance, is a distinctive symbol in the region with its lead-grey roof. Jasmund had gained recognition due to his accomplished architectural artefacts in Istanbul and his lectures in schools like Sanayi-i Nefis Mektebi-i Alisi (Academy of Fine Arts) and Mühendishane-i Berri-Hümâyûn [Imperial School of Military Engineering, later became Istanbul Technical University]. One of the famous buildings that Jasmund designed is the Sirkeci Train Station. 

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