1 March Opening Night Venue

This year we will open the festival this amazing place. Most prestigious festival with the most prestigous places, you will be amazed with the history and elegance.

Dj Maral’s tandas and festival opening dance of our All Maestros will be on.


Istanbul’s most iconic hotel located in the vibrant Beyoglu district for over one century, combines timeless glamour and elegance with genuine Turkish hospitality. Today Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah retains its unique heritage combined with a modern touch which epitomises cosmopolitan Istanbul. Tea-Time


Since Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah first opened its doors in 1892, its elegant interior and exterior has drawn visitors to Istanbul from all over the world.

Designed by renowned local architect Alexander Vallaury, the iconic building has played host to an impressive list of guests that includes Ernest Hemingway, Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock among others.

Today Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah the hotel maintains the elegant classical style that made it famous, with authentic 19th century features serving as a timeless focal point. Additionally, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah was designated with “museum-hotel” status in 1981 when, as a tribute to the founder of modern Turkey, Room 101 was converted into the Atatürk Museum.


In the heart of the vibrant Beyoglu District

pera-palace-hotel-0Located in the heart of the vibrant Beyoglu district for over one century,  the iconic Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah is the epitome of timeless elegance. This luxurious property has a unique heritage combined with a modern touch which symbolizes the cosmopolitan culture that Istanbul is renowned for. Overlooking the magnificient Golden Horn and the historical old city, within walking distance to the Bosphorus, Galata Tower and the famous shopping street of Istiklal, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah boasts the best location in Istanbul.

Walking distance transport links make it easy to explore the city to its fullest, and from the luxury  hotel in Istanbul you’re well-placed for both the modern centre and the historic old town.


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