Hazz Istanbul Konstantiniyye

Hazz Istanbul

From its foundation by the Emperor Constantine until the Turkish conquest in 1453 the city was known as Constantinople -
or Konstantinniye to merchants from the Arab and Turkic East. For centuries this was the greatest trading post in the world - and Hazz stands on the site of old Genoese colony of Galata, where Italian merchants traded gold and wool-cloth for silks and spices.

The Konstantiniyye room is inspired by that fusion, a dialogue between the styles of the Orient and renaissance Venice and Genoa. Its centerpiece is a stunningly carved bed from where you can gaze at a collection of hand-made copper lanterns overhead.

The open en-suite bathroom has an antique marble bathtub with a fountain shower.


  • 41
  • 5 m2 / 447ft2
 Queen size bed

  • Fireplace

  • Safe

  • Minibar

  • Free WiFi

  • Satellite TV

  • iPod station
  • Hair dryer
 Slippers & Bathrobes
  • Nespresso Coffee Machine