Hilton has completed the four-year renovation of its Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus, which the group says has “transformed almost every aspect of the celebrated hotel”.
The US$70 million project has seen all 76 suites and 553 rooms redesigned, along with the hotel’s lobby, restaurant, spa, and swimming pool.
The last of the areas to be revamped was the lobby, which features artwork by prominent Turkish painters including Hüseyin Avni Lifij, Halil Paşa, Canan Tolon, and Faruk Cimok.
Both the interior and exterior of the property have been renovated, with floors, walls, furniture and furnishings “renewed and revitalized”.
Manzara restaurant has been redesigned “to complement the amazing panoramic views that can be enjoyed from the floor-to-ceiling windows”, and the hotel’s outdoor pool has also been “totally transformed”.
Other facilities at the property include an indoor pool, separate children’s pool, a new-look spa, three clay tennis courts and a gym, a 14th floor bar and terrace, and 27 function rooms including two ballrooms.
The hotel is located in the Istanbul’s Besiktas district, with views from the Bosphorus Bridge to the city’s Old Town.