Apartment Galata Tower VIP C
The delightful 1-bedroom Apartment Galata Tower VIP C provides idyllic comfort for up to 4 guests on holiday in the exciting city of Istanbul.Apartment Galata Tower VIP C
Bright and sunny, this outstanding holiday home is absolutely ideal for a small family or group of friends visiting the city. You will find lovely cool creamy walls, sandy coloured furnishings and a beautiful real wood floor. The living room has a lovely big sofa where you can all relax together and enjoy the flat screen TV also provided here for your entertainment. Two of your guests can also sleep on the sofa as it converts easily into a double bed at night time. The apartment maintains a taste of Turkey with typical authentic woven rugs on the floor and a beautiful Ottoman footstool and coffee table in the centre of the room. In the lovely bay window stands a stylish dining table and chairs where you can eat your own delicious meals made in the excellent fully fitted kitchen opposite. The apartment has a private bedroom prettily decorated in white with one accent wall featuring a stylish wallpaper pattern in keeping with the design of the apartment. There are two single beds pushed together to create a double, excellent storage for your clothes and pretty lighting above the pillows. The apartment has a private bathroom fitted with a shower, sink and toilet. This beautiful 1st floor apartment is fully air conditioned for everyone’s comfort.
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Apartment Galata Tower VIP C Location
The Apartment Galata Tower VIP C, as the name would suggest, is indeed right next to the famous tower itself in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul. Be sure to pay this iconic building a visit. At the top you will be rewarded by incredible 360 degree views across the city. If you are travelling with children or elderly guests don’t worry as getting to the top is a breeze since there is a surprisingly quick lift. However the tower can become quiet busy at times so to avoid the crowds try to come as early as possible in the morning. Originally built in 1348 this incredible building was the apex piece of the essential fortified walls of the city. In later years it came to be used to house prisoners of war and more recently as an observatory.
City area: Beyoğlu