Galata Flats are Serviced Apartments in Tunel, Beyoglu. In this 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom 120 m2 Apartment, you have the view of Galata Tower from almost all of the windows. The building has been very recently renovated , cleansing the outside ornaments of this beautiful building, originally built in 1875, while at the same time adding a glass elevator, individually controlled heaters, air conditioning, CCTV security and fire & gas alarm detection systems. Housekeeping is within your rate and performed every other day. There is also 24-Hour reception desk staffed with english speaking personnel who were trained to also act as your private concierge (but only if you so wish) without being intrusive.
There are 76 original art work displayed both in common areas and apartments themselves.
You are less than 20 steps from both Sishane Metro Station and Tunel Metro Station.
Credit Cards are accepted
Rates include all taxes, bills, daily housekeeping, internet & cable TV subscription.
Continental Breakfast is an optional extra at Euro 15/day/person.
Galata Flats are Serviced Apartments located in a region called Tunel in Beyoglu, at the end of Istiklal, the high street of the city, world famous pedestrian steet where you will witness of almost anything and everything. Istiklal Street starts with the Taksim Square and end with Tunel Square. Beyoglu (also known as the Pera district) is Istanbul's Soho and every visitor should experience its bohemian lifestyles, cafes, bistros, bars, shops as well as eateries of all kinds. It is a meeting point for both locals and visitors and it is quite common to see thousands of pedestrians marching one directions and many thousands more towards the other, almost at all times of the day.There are douzens of art festivals, exhibitions, theatre or opera recitals taking place during the year.
A small quartier called Cukurcuma is home to the city's antique shops and in Cihangir, just next door to it, you will see many movie actors, painters and poets sipping their cup of teas next to your table in a cafe in the French Street.
You are steps away from Tunel, world's second oldest metro, one of the symbols of the city. This short ride of only 581 mt, tying Beyoglu to Karakoy since 1871, where you may jump into the tram to get to the Historical Peninsula. That time Pera was one of most prestigious residential areas and Galata was the popular trade centre of Istanbul. Businessmen living in Pera had to walk everyday to Galata Karakoy. The distance from Karakoy to Pera is not much, but the road is a tough hill. A French engineer who had noticed the difficulty, had proposed this railway project to Ottoman Sultan and the construction has started right after when the permission was granted. Since that time trains are going back and forth between Karakoy to Tunel in every 3 minutes and the trip takes about 1,5 minutes. No chance to miss your station because there are only two.
The one you hopped in and the one you are going to get out.