Tomtom Suites is an authentic Istanbul building whose posture reflects the social history of Pera from the 1850s to recent. Throughout history, this building was home for French nuns and some well-known Levantine families.
Nowadays the building hosts its new guests with a "younique" service policy and a new design, pairing modern comfort with historical background. Tomtom has 20 suites, a rooftop terrace offering a panoramic view of the old town and a nostalgic outlook. The venue tells the story of a building old of over a century with a stylish language, keeping the essence of its history.
Story of Building
A Building with a Story: Appartement des Soeurs Gardes Malades
Tomtom Suites is located at Galata, the area which best represents the multi-cultural identity of Istanbul, one of the world’s biggest and most energetic metropol. Tomtom Suites is an oasis where elegance mixes with tranquility and history meets the 21st century.
A witness to the last century of the Ottoman Empire’s capital city, Tomtom Suites’ story goes back to the 1850s. The building seen today was built in 1901 as the Soeurs Garde-Malades Apartment, where there had once been an outbuilding of the French Palace, reserved for the Franciscan nuns. After the years of occupancy, following the departure of the Levantines and Greek families, who used to be the residents of the apartment until the end of the 1920s, the structure faced destruction for many years to come, due to changing hands and neglect.
When the neighborhood went through a major renovation at the beginning of the 2000s and thus became the city's cultural, artistic, entertainment and gourmet center. The building, as a result of the careful restoration faithful to its authenticity, obtained its fascinating appearance. Tomtom Suites opens its doors on a silent street of the city's most appealing area, and is more of a life style than a hotel.
Winner Travelers' Choise 2012 (Tripadvisor)
Turkish Hotel Awards 2012 Best Luxury
Small Luxury Hotels of the World Member