A 17-story zinc and titanium façade peers out over the Bosphorus. Gently curved, as if to embrace the city, the building evokes a modern spin on the architectural styles of the 1940s and 1950s. The acclaimed Turkish architect Sinan Kafadar restructured the building according to his signature fusion of timeless design with up-to-date green technology.
The high-quality wood and leather used in furnishings throughout provide a warm, cozy atmosphere that is amplified by a contemporary design ethos that fuses the rich color-blocking of Piet Mondrian with high-tech flourishes. Windows provide the real glimpse into the soul of the property: each of the 56 rooms and 11 suites feature anti-reflection panoramic windows that offer sweeping views.
Gezi Hotel Bosphorus is practically zero-emission property. It is operated sensitively to our environment by controlling pollution, carbon emissions and effective recycling processes. The hotel has earned official green stars and also Turkey’s acclaimed Greening Hotel certification.