ISTANBUL Hotel Les Ottomans was once a residential mansion built in the 1700's, owned by the family and descendants of the Grand Vizier and Governor Muhsinzade Mehmet Pasha.
It was one of the grand seaside Yali'mansions with Eden-like gardens and exquisite fountains that was originally built in the most magnificent section of the Bosphorus.
After almost three centuries of hiatus from history, the mansion has been been resurrected as one of the most exclusive hotels in Turkey with unprecented service and modern luxury.
The outside remains faithful to the orignal design but the inside has been restructured combining the lavish magnetism of the Ottoman tradition with the pleasures of modern luxury.
For more information visit www.lesottomans.com