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Hotel Grand Aşiyan
Hotel Grand Aşiyan
Azimkar Sokak No:34 Laleli / İstanbul
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General Features
Grand aşiyan Hotel is located in Istanbul, mainly in the heart of old Istanbul and the historical peninsula, in the neighborhood of Beyazit Sultanahmet within the city walls of Byzantine, adjacent to the building of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality.
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Eating and Drinking
You can get rid of the fatigue of the day and spend a pleasant evening at an evening meal or open buffet dinner where you will find especially the unique taste of the Turkish cuisine. Our open buffet provides each evening at least 20 different types of cold hors d'oeuvres and 3 main hot meals through which you will find the unique taste of the Turkish cuisine.
Room
87 rooms and 165 beds. (87 Standard room) All rooms there are LCD-TV telephone, mini-bar, safety box, hairdrayer, carpet, bathroom, with bathtub or shower and Wc, internet (Wireless System), central heater and split -airconditioning system.
Sports Facility
Sauna: Our suberb Health Club facilities include Turkish bath, Sauna, Jakkuzi and Massage.Imagine the absolute luxury of having a full service day in health club in the calm and comfort. Whether you need to unwind after a day of meeting ,a along flight or sightseing our highly skilled stuff can banish stress and tension to help you get the relaxation you need. Massage: In our newly renovated health club, sited over 200sq.m, you will feel like surrendering yourselves to our professional experienced staff, who will ease away the daily grind. With guest-specific programmes featuring rehabilitating and relaxing treatments, you will leave feeling wonderfully refreshed and calm. Turkish Bath: The tradition of the Turkish bath extends far back, to a time before Turks had reached Anatolia. When the Turks arrived in Anatolia, they brought with them one bathing tradition, and were confronted with another, that of Romans and Byzantines, with certain local variants. The traditions merged, and with the addition of the Moslem concern for cleanliness and its concomitant respect for the uses of water, there arose an entirely new concept, that of the Turkish Bath. In time it became an institution, with its system of ineradicable customs
Meeting and Conferance Room
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