A Boutique & Historical Hotel in Beyoglu
The six-story building in Balo Street Beyoglu was built in 1893 by the renowned Greek master architect of westernizing Istanbul, Petros Adamandidis.
He was also known as Headworker Petraki and his other known works apart from his own house at Prince’s Islands are Said Halim Pasha Mansion in Yenikoy, Izzeddin Efendi Mansion in Camlica, an apartment building in Kuledibi and his own apartment in Galatasaray. Beside buildings he made in a neoclassical style, he also restored The Spice Bazaar after it was damaged by the big earthquake in 1894.
Our hotel was built to be used as a family residence by Adamandidis Family to the early years of the 2000s and it was also called ‘The Petraki Apartment’. At the beginning of this decade, the apartment was restored and started to serve as a hotel. While you will feel yourself like in character in history, also will feel like at home with our welcoming team.