Biz Cevahir Hotel Sultanahmet
Biz Cevahir Hotel is one of the most luxurious boutique hotels located in Sultanahmet, Istanbul.
This hotel is decorated with charm, sensitivity and emotion.
Our staff is focused on your satisfaction, and will make sure that your stay is a memorable one at the Biz Cevahir Hotel.
City Center Hotel
Biz Cevahir Hotel is one of the best design hotels located in the middle of Sultanahmet, Istanbul.
Biz Cevahir Hotel is one of the few contemporary luxury hotels in the old city Sultanahmet.
We do everything to make sure that your individual wishes are met and you feel very comfortable while you are staying with us.
warm welcome from privately owned Biz Cevahir Hotel
is one of the few contemporary luxury hotels in the
old city Sultanahmet. We personally do our best to
make sure that your individual wishes are met and
you feel very comfortable while you are staying with
This hotel is decorated with charm, sensitivity and
emotion by Interior Designer Ayse Cevahir.
The affection of apple tree wood inspired her very
much and her enchanting touch conveyed the same
sensation to make the guests feel it. We sincerely
welcome all of our guests to this unique hotel in
the most favored destination of Istanbul. Biz
Cevahir Hotel is in a perfect harmony with its
magnificent environment, as it is in the heart of
the old city Sultanahmet, and the demands of present.
places of tourist interest are concentrated in
Sultanahmet, in heart of the Imperial Centre of
the Ottoman Empire. The most important places in
this area, all of which are described in detail in
the Places of Interest section, are Topkapi
Palace, Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque,
theHippodrome, Grand Bazaar,
Basilica Cistern and the Museum of Islamic
addition to this wonderful selection of historical
and architectural sites, Sultanahmet also has
a large concentration of carpet and souvenir shops,
hotels and guesthouses, cafes, bars and restaurants,
and travel agents.
trees bountifully grow everywhere but they
originally stemmed from Central Asia to Europe.
Turks carried 3 things with them at the time of
migration from Central Asia; first one was tolerance,
second was hospitality and the last one was apple.
Turks embraced their apples with great munificence.