The Çırağan Palace, Kempinski
The Çırağan Palace, inherited its name from Fatma Sultan, who frequently organised torch lit celebrations of Çırağan Festivals in the gardens of the Palace. Derived from Persian, the word suggested a special light source. The word soon became synonymous with the Palace. Years later Kempinski lovingly restored it to its former glory and opened its doors in 1991.
Combining the architectural grandeur of the Palace with the modern comfort of a deluxe hotel, the Çırağan Palace Kempinski offers a resort ambience in the centre of the city with 313 rooms; including 282 rooms, 20 suites and 11 suites in the Palace. Airport transfers and city tours by limousine, boat, helicopter and luxurious van are available.
Complemented with the stunning views of the Bosphorus, pampering guest rooms and suites all providing a sense of relaxing opulence offer a luxurious array of in-room features and state-of-the-art technology amenities.
Çırağan Palace Kempinski Spa managed by Sanitas offers total wellness remedies and heavenly treatments with exclusive products in its relaxing ambience and in the luxurious booths in the gardens facing to the Bosphorus.