Set against breath-taking Bosphorus views, the rooms and suites at The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul have now been renovated and were redefined through inspiration from the colours and forms of the city itself
Rooms, suites and ballrooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul, an accomplished representative of excellent combination of hospitality and sophistication, have been re-designed by acclaimed architects and artists to reflect the essence and historical tissue of the city.
Patricia Pina, a well-recognised architect from Portugal, completed the interior design of the rooms and suites, while the ballrooms were designed by well-known Turkish architect, Hakan Yürüoğlu.
Gold and copper materials, shades inspired by the sunrise and the sunset, as well as different layers of colours have all achieved to breathe new life energy in to The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul's appearance. The hotel design is now in harmony with the city and its impressive historical background. Cobalt blue china works, velvet and silk fabrics - imperial signatures of the Ottoman Empire - were preferred for the bed heads.
An artworks from "At Nağme" by Süleyman Sait Tekcan a precious representative of Turkish Gravue art, as well as wall panels that represent air and earth as in the Anatolian art of ceramics, produced by Industrial Designer Prof. Gülname Turan, were preferred for the rooms and suites. Glazed ancient replicas of money from the reign of Selim III stand out in the re-furbished rooms and suites.
The new design and appearance of The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul significantly reminds of the Turkish heritage and the country’s history. Offering breath-taking Bosphorus views, the rooms and suites are ornamented with genuine and admirable motifs originating from Turkish history. Hotel guests are encouraged to experience and appreciate our history while enjoying advanced comfort and pure luxury, along with the legendary Ritz-Carlton service during their stay.