Things To Do
Just minutes from the Taksim Square, Istiklal Street and Nisantasi, this Sisli hotel is near a wealth of Istanbul attractions and a vast array of shopping, dining and leisure options. Visit Istanbul’s impressive historical buildings, including Galata Tower, the Blue Mosque, the Basilica Cistern and Topkapi Palace. Shop in the luxurious Kanyon and Istinye Park shopping malls or take in the sights and sounds of the bustling Grand Bazaar. Explore Golden Horn, where you can visit Eyüp Sultan Mosque before taking a cable car up the hill to the open air, Pierre Loti Café, where the famous French novelist is said to have come for inspiration.
In and Around Town
Just steps away from Hilton Istanbul Bomonti, the historic beer factory Bomontiada offers art, music and food.
The popular district offers fashion stores, cafés and restaurants just 8 minutes away from Hilton İstanbul Bomonti.
Iconic district famed for its restaurants and shops. The monument of the Republic is also located in Taksim Square.
Built in 1856, the palace served as a residence of Ottoman Sultans located on the just Bosphorus waterfront.
Iconic part of Istanbul skyline, it was built in 1348. Today it is a touristic site showcases panaromic view of the city.
One of the oldest covered bazaars, it is often regarded as one of the first shopping malls of the world with 4000 shops.
It was built to manufacture cannons and cannonballs by Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II. Today Tophane serves as a leisure area.
Constructed in 537AD as an Orthodox Christian basilica, later converted into a mosque. Serves as a museum since 1935.
The largest of ancient cisterns lie beneath Istanbul, was built in 6th century during the reign of Emperor Justinian I.