Area Attractions

Situated on Istanbul's European side, Park Hyatt Istanbul – Maçka Palas is located in the Nişantaşı district, one of the city’s most posh neighborhoods for dining, shopping, and socializing. Spend your days admiring Istanbul’s famed attractions like the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, and Topkapi Palace. When you’re finished sightseeing, return to Park Hyatt Istanbul – Maçka Palas for a relaxing retreat.





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Park Hyatt Istanbul - Macka Palas

Tesvikiye, Bronz Sokak No. 4 Sisli
Istanbul, Turkey, 34367



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On summer nights, the retractable roof at this swanky restaurant opens so you can dine alfresco. Enjoy live Turkish music while you savor Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine.


Enjoy Ottoman, international, and Mediterranean cuisine along with scenic views of the Bosporus through the floor-to-ceiling windows at this fine-dining establishment.

Leb-i Derya

International and Turkish dishes with a contemporary twist are on the menu at this chic restaurant. A terrace offers sweeping views stretching from the European side of town across the Bosporus to Sultanahmet.

Arts, Crafts + Museums

Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum

This Ottoman palace, dating back to 1524, is now an art museum housing relics including ornate calligraphy, antique carpets, and other unique artifacts.

Historic Sites

Hagia Sophia

An important monument for the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires, Hagia Sophia has been a church, a mosque, and now a museum. This architectural marvel dates back to 360.

Topkapi Palace

Once the court of the Ottoman Empire, this opulent palace is filled with magnificent pavilions and historical artifacts. Leave time to tour the stunning gardens.

Bosporus Strait

The Bosporus bisects the city of Istanbul down the middle, separating Europe and Asia. No visit to Istanbul is complete without a steamboat ride down the Bosporus, past colorful mansions and historic buildings.


Istinye Park

Istinye Park is an exciting, partially open-air international shopping mall. Shop 'till you drop at more than 291 stores, including global brands such as Calvin Klein and Armani.

Galata Tower

The up-and-coming shops around Galata Tower give the neighborhood its nickname: “The Soho of Istanbul.” Head here to find unique items for your wardrobe in the bustling boutiques flanking the Tower.

Performing Arts

Hagia Irene

A former Orthodox church near the Hagia Sophia, this Byzantine structure dates back to the 6th century; today, the impressive venue regularly hosts music performances.

Sports and Fitness

Türk Telekom Arena

This arena is the home of the Turkish football club Galatasaray S.K.; it can hold up to 52,652 spectators during a match.

Maçka Park

This popular park features walking and jogging paths, decorative pools, and children’s play areas.

Belgrad Forest

Go for a walk or jog on the winding pathways inside the mixed-deciduous forest adjacent to Istanbul; keep your eyes out for scattered ruins of historic churches and Ottoman-era dams.