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A thoroughly civilized small Hotel which stands out among the welter of happy-go-lucky little Hotels in the Sultanahmet area by its fine sense of style and excellent service. Do not expect turbaned pashas in this restored 19th century Townhouse: The ambiance is restrained and European, with a touch of neo-classical and a hint of 1920s Paris. The Lobby doubles up as a stylish Cafe featuring throne chairs, marble-topped tables and old sepia photographs. A magnificent Corinthian Capital ( genuine Roman ) supports the massive-glass Reception Desk. Rooms are comfortable and full of light, with Satellite TV on offer. The Roof Terrace commands a breathtaking close-up of the Blue Mosque and the Egyptian Obelisk. Across the street, the many-domed palace of Ibrahim Pasha, now the museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Houses superb collections of illuminated Turkish manuscripts, Islamic Calligraphy and antique Carpets.