Area Attractions

From Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy, explore a city where centuries of history and bustling modern living intersect. Our hotel is a short distance from legendary Istanbul sights including the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, vibrant markets such as the Grand Bazaar, shopping centers like Aqua Florya, transportation hubs including Istanbul Ataturk Airport, and other key destinations. Immerse yourself in Turkish culture at the Topkapi Palace, or stroll through stunning Gülhane Park. With a starting point in Istanbul’s Bakirköy District, your sightseeing options are limitless.

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Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy

Ataköy 2-5-6. Kısım, Rauf Orbay Caddesi Sahil Yolu No:2/1
Istanbul, Turkey, 34158

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Arts & Culture

Blue Mosque

Also known as the Sultan Ahmet Camii, the Blue Mosque is an impressive example of Turkish architecture. Built in 1616, the stunning structure houses the tomb of its founder, Sedefkâr Mehmet Ağa.

Hagia Sophia

This breathtaking Byzantine basilica-turned-museum features glittering mosaics depicting biblical scenes. Works have been housed in this vast space since 1935.

Family Fun

Cinemaximum Capacity

This massive modern movie complex shows a long list of both Turkish films and international blockbuster releases in 3-D, on IMAX screens, and more.

Istanbul Akvaryum

Marvel at more than 17,000 different sea creatures from around the world at this family-friendly destination, featuring penguins, sharks, and interactive exhibits.

Shopping

Aqua Florya Alışveriş Merkezi

Hunt for bargains at this sprawling shopping complex that features high-fashion boutiques; chains including Aeropostale® and Nike; jewelry stores, book shops, cosmetics purveyors, and restaurants.

Galleria Ataköy

This contemporary shopping mall not only offers a premium selection of stores, dining, and entertainment, but is also in a prime location near the waterfront as well as Istanbul’s international airport—ideal for pre-flight shopping.

Egyptian Bazaar

Operating since the 17th century, this covered market beckons locals and tourists with aromatic spices, delicious foods, artful textile shops, and retail attractions.

Grand Bazaar

This historic center of commerce is a sprawling network of indoor street markets and souks, peddling an eye-catching selection of fine jewelry, handcrafted leather goods, colorful rugs, and more.

Parks and Recreation

Adalar Islands

Also known as the Princes’ Islands, this 9-island archipelago features stunning views, horseback riding, biking, hiking, and plenty of lush areas to explore.

Bakirköy Botanik Park

Built on 96,000 square meters of land, this outdoor park features dinosaur sculptures, water parks, playgrounds, and stunning plants from all over the globe.

Emirgan Park

Dating back to the Byzantine era, this municipal park covers 470,000 square meters of land. Marvel at decorative ponds and a variety of trees, then go for a jog, have a picnic, or stroll through colorful tulip fields.

Gulhane Park

Located near Topkapi Palace, this urban park is one of the oldest of its kind in the city; the grounds include a pool, towering trees dating back to the 1800s, and plenty of green space.