New 5-star Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet opens in Istanbul, Turkey

Located in the heart of Istanbul's Old City, the Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet opens

Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet.
Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet.

Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet is the first hotel within the Ajwa brand to open its doors in Istanbul. The 62-key boutique hotel offers views of the Old Town and the Sea of Marmara. 

Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet stays true to its Arab roots and the hotel's design features carvings made by Topkapi restorers, wooden and mother of pearl ornaments- created by a Syrian craftsman, handmade furniture, Tabriz silk carpets, valuable paintings by Azerbaijani artists, Seljuk and Ottoman inspired architecture, marble work and intricately handcrafted Iznik tiles.

Sedat Nemli, general manager of Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet, says: “The Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet is truly a one-of-a-kind property that perfectly merges old school elegance with a stylish modern twist. We wanted to offer guests something they’ve never experienced before - a glimpse of the past while living in the luxury of today.  With the fine attention-to-detail, exclusive setting and prime location, the property is quickly establishing itself as a must-visit location in Istanbul.”

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Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet is a 10 minute walk to numerous key landmarks, including the Grand Bazaar, Haghia Sophia, Topkapi Palace and the Sultanahmet Mosque.

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