Pierre Loti Hotel is one of the five member of Akturk Hotels Group. Pierre Loti Hotel delicately blends history with clarified luxury. Since its grand opening in 1991, it quickly became a destination of choice.The hotel has been renovated totally in the beginning of 2013, its original style has been carefully protected and combined with modern and comfortable decoration.These aspects are reflected in our rooms, our spa center, our roof and garden restaurants allowing the guests to experience this magical city.
Hotel has its name originated by the famous French writer Pierre Loti, and it was chosen by lots of guests for many years. When you take the first step in our hotel, you will definitely feel relieved in our spacious lobby because of its high ceiling. Our building is located in a spacious area and it has three of its sides open with great scenery. It will surely add comfort to your visit. You can have a nice rest in our home-comfort rooms.
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
As Pierre Loti, we are honoured to announce that we have been chosen for Certificate of Excellence 2014 winner by TripAdvisor, Green Key 2014 winner and Top Clean Venere winner. Our mission is provide the best service and highest standards of accommodation to our guests. We are delighted to see that our effort was appreciated. Thank you.
PIERRE LOTI (1850-1923)
Our Hotel takes its name from Pierre Loti the mariner and author. Loti was born in Rochefort, Charente-Maritime, started his education, then become a sailor. After a little while he decided to attend Académie française to make his dreams come true.
Publishes his first novel in Aziyade, showing sections of Ottoman and strike out Pecheur d’Islande’la (Icelandic Fisherman) in 1886. In addition to his curiousity about people, Loti’s books involve his passion about love, thoughts about death and melancholy.
Pierre Loti had been to Istanbul many times. His first visit was in 1876 on a french ship as an officer in charge. He was influenced by Ottoman life style that he had written about this impression in the most of his books.Lotiused to live in Eyüp, at the times he stayed in Istanbul and defined himself as a turcophile.