Barcelo Eresin Topkapi Completes the Turkish Adventure

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi, Istanbul

If there is one place one should visit when going to Turkey, its Istanbul. Even when looking at it in a global perspective, Istanbul can be considered as a major point in world history. This city, the capital of Turkey, became the capital of many empires, such as the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Latin Empire, and, lastly, the Ottoman Empire. It is because of the location of the city, perched between Asia and Europe; the only city in the world that is located on two continents. Because of this, Istanbul is filled with many historical sites and artifacts, prompting UNESCO to name some of the country’s site as part of their World Heritage list. Istanbul has a number of prominent religions besides Islam, making it one of the few countries with prominent churches (for the Christians and the Catholics), Synagogues (for the Jews) and Mosques (for the Moslems) within the city (most of them among the top stops for tourists).

Visiting Istanbul, then, can be considered as an adventure. It is a city with unique culture and attractions, as well as important historical and natural sites that could excite when those who are not into history. Because Istanbul has been a cultural melting pot for hundreds of years, its cityscape is largely influenced by this background. The mixture of major influences such as Roman, Ancient Greek, Byzantine, and Ottoman can an interesting result, giving Istanbul an ancient feel. Of course, Istanbul also has an urban landscape. The city remains to be tranquil despite the growth.

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi, Istanbul

The hotels are among the testaments of growth in the city. And among these hotels is the Barcelo Eresin Topkapi, a 250-room structure in Istanbul. The Barcelo Eresin Topkapi, is newly renovated to accommodate the guests who except world-class service from a world-class city such as Istanbul. The hotel is lighted generously to give it a casual, comfortable feel.

The rooms of Barcelo Eresin Topkapi are equipped with the usual amenities of such hotels, such as free wireless Internet connection, satellite television, direct ideal telephones, and other common features. The club premium rooms and the suites, however, feature more additional services, including a complimentary 15 minutes massage (the Hamam Massage) upon request, a coffee and tea set-up, among others. Needless to say, the rooms of Barcelo Eresin Topkapi are adequately spacious. Even the most common of rooms is more than sufficient for the most discriminating preferences.

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi, Istanbul

Barcelo Eresin Topkapi has a number of restaurants, such as the Picasso Restaurant, the Vitamin Bar, and the Lobby Bar. It also has a patisserie and a pub; clearly, all types of tastes and needs are provided for by the Barcelo Eresin Topkapi. These restaurants serve a wide range of food, from the traditional local meals to international dishes of the highest quality. One of the main features of their restaurants is the gastronomy festivals, celebrated all year round. For every month of the year, the hotel organizes a festival that specializes on specific types of food. For instance, March of 2009 is reserved for the Asian Fusion Food Festival.

An international hotel always has a fitness center, and Barcelo Eresin Topkapi certainly does not disappoint in this respect. Barcelo Eresin Topkapi has steam bath and Turkish bath facilities, as well as saunas, equipment for massages, and Jacuzzis. In addition, guests can enjoy the hotel’s gym, and indoor swimming pool, among others.

Most importantly, Barcelo Eresin Topkapi is situated conveniently near a number of popular Istanbul attractions, which is how a hotel should be. With these features—and more—guests can be certain that Barcelo Eresin Topkapi is the right place for anyone who wants to have a fruitful Turkish adventure.

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