Area Attractions


Stay at Grand Hyatt Istanbul while exploring the city and enjoy being couple minutes away from the Old Town, famous brands, designer boutiques and other worth-seeing sites.

Grand Hyatt Istanbul

Harbiye Mah. Taskisla Caddesi No.1
Istanbul, Türkiye, 34367



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Where to Dine & Drink

Where to drink and eat

Roka Restaurant

1,6 km – 1 MILES AWAY
ROKA Istanbul, open throughout the year at Galataport, has a wide terrace with breathtaking views of the Bosphorus.The principle cuisine is from the Robata grill originating from the fishermen of the northern Japan.

Heritage of Istanbul

World Heritage City Sunlight

Hagia Sophia

Built in 537, the Hagia Sophia is a World Heritage site, invites its visitors to a unique experience with its 32-meter dome and impressive architecture.

Blue Mosque

This historic mosque is one of Istanbul’s landmarks with its striking blue tile works and the six minarets surrounding it.

Grand Bazaar

Here, you can find whatever you are looking for! This giant bazaar with 66 alleys and near to 4000 stores is open for business for centuries and might be the biggest shopping center you have ever went to.

Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahçe Palace is one of the most symbolic structures of the Ottoman Empire's changing identity. Dominating the magnificent view of the Bosphorus, it's 10 minutes away from Grand Hyatt Istanbul.

Galata Tower

Galata Tower is one of the oldest towers in the world. It is a magnificent spot to watch the Golden Horn and The Bosphorus and is only 10 minutes away from Grand Hyatt Istanbul.

Basilica Cistern

This underground cistern built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I was named as “Yerebatan” (sunken) Palace due to the marble columns rising from the water and countless seemingly like. It has reopened after 2 years of renovation. Make sure that you see the modern artworks that are in exhibition!

Topkapi Palace

It served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of Ottoman sultans. Sultans, ambitious courtiers, beautiful concubines and scheming eunuchs lived and worked here between the 15th and 19th centuries.

Istanbul Fashion & Style

Mall Shopping

Istiklal Street

Famous for shopping, Istiklal Street offers international and local brands, as well as the Markiz Arcade.

Istinye Park

IstinyePark, being the address of luxury shopping, fits to different tastes and needs with its open air areas, 147 clothing stores and multiple restaurants from the world cuisines.


Being a world-class cruise liner port and a promenade, Galataport offers a breathing, healthy and safe environment for culture & arts, work, shopping and dining and is only 10 minutes away from Grand Hyatt Istanbul.

Zorlu Center

Zorlu Center is a living space that offers many functions together as residence, office, shopping center and culture & art venues. With over 200 brands; Zorlu Center has the largest green roof in Europe.


Nişantaşı is a high-end shopping district that combines luxurious and authentic shops. To feel its different atmosphere with its unique architectural texture, take a walk in Nişantaşı streets and great avenues.

Istanbul's Unique Outdoor Scene


Golden Horn

This horn-shaped inlet on Bosphorus separates the European side of Istanbul to old city and new city. You can enjoy wide Istanbul view and spend time with your friends at a nearby café/restaurant.

Maçka Parki

Maçka Park is a green oasis in front of Grand Hyatt Istanbul. It is preferred for jogging and picnicking. It includes a well-equipped children’s playground, some outdoor exercise machines and a small dog run.


Step into this charming neighborhood and discover a rich mix of opportunities to shop, dine, and be entertained. By taking a ferry you can join a Bosphorus sunset cruise and enjoy the breathtaking view with your loved ones.


Balat hosts the patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is located between the ancient city walls of Constantinople and the serene shores of the Golden Horn with many splendid sights and historic attractions to explore.

Prince Islands

The Prince Islands are perfect to relax and enjoy nature. They were the favorite weekend spot for the Ottoman aristocracy. The four main islands are Büyükada, Heybeliada, Burgazada, and Kınalıada. They are accessible by ferry from Beşiktaş, Eminönü, Kabataş, Kadıköy and Bostancı.

Memorable Music Moments



As one of Istanbul's leading digital arts and cultural performance centers, this destination hosts famous artists, international music performances, and musical festivals.

Cemil Topuzlu Open-Air Theatre

This open-air amphitheater located in Harbiye is a summertime haven for live music featuring local and international performers.

Nardis Jazz Club

Known to be perhaps the go-to jazz bar in Istanbul, Nardis is situated at the foot of the Galata Tower and features live jazz music from local and international acts practically every night.

Zorlu Psm

Zorlu Performing Arts Center (PSM) is the meeting point of culture, arts and entertainment. It hosts many concerts, festivals, musicals, opera, theatre, exhibitions, Ballet/Dance events regularly.

Kücük Ciftlik Park

Küçük Çiftlik Park is one of the most popular entertainment centers of Istanbul where festivals, events and legendary names of the music world such as Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Imagine Dragons, Elton John, Iron Maiden, Lana Del Rey, David Guetta and Skrillex took stage.

Arts & Culture

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Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts

5.2 Ml
Located inside Ibrahim Pasha Palace, this collection contains some of the earliest and finest carpets from the Islamic world and more than 17,000 manuscripts.

Ataturk Cultural Center

0.3 Ml
AKM is welcoming art lovers, with its 400 square meters gallery, Multipurpose Hall, 2040-seater Opera Hall, and 802-seater Theatre Hall.

Istanbul Archeology Museums

Istanbul Archaeological Museums consist of; The Archaeology Museum, The Museum of Ancient Orient, The Tiled Kiosk Museum. They embody the palace collections formed during the late 19th century by Osman Hamdi Bey.

Madame Tussauds Istanbul

Madame Tussauds Istanbul features nearly 60 figures from history, culture, art, sport, science and politics of Türkiye and the world, such as Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Rumi, Suleiman the Magnificent, Messi, Rihanna and Muhammad Ali.

The Istanbul Museum of Modern Art

It is Türkiye’s first museum of modern and contemporary art. The museum hosts a broad array of interdisciplinary activities and collects works of modern art, photography, design, architecture, and new media.