18 Tomtom Kaptan Sokak, Bogazkesen Caddesi, Beyoglu, Istanbul
Tucked away in a warren of alleyways off Istiklal Avenue, Beyoglu’s main pedestrian drag, this elegant newcomer is housed in a former convent. Although the 19th-century exterior has been respectably restored, the interiors are modern and the nuns have been replaced with savvy CEOs and European diplomats from the surrounding consulates. Guests are spoiled with fresh fruit and flowers daily, free WiFi and a cosy library stocked with guide books, CDs and films.
– Condé Nast Traveller
TomTom Suites is a boutique hotel in Istanbul housed in an authentic Istanbul building that reflects the history of Pera from the 1850’s to contemporary times. This building was formerly home for a community of French nuns and some well-known Levantine families.
This boutique hotel is located in the historical Galata and Pera district of Istanbul. Dating back to the Byzantine period, the area contains one of the oldest harbors in the city. The presence of this harbor lends a multicultural identity to the surroundings, and was once the window of the Ottoman Empire.
TomTom Suites has a popular bistro restaurant and trendy bar, which serves delicious tapas. The building has been meticulously renovated, sympathetic to its historical value. it now contain twenty luxurious suites, replete with wooden floors, high ceilings and custom-made furniture.