Ali Hoca 6 was built as a light-industurial building in the 1970s, the property has been reconverted into residential use to house contemporary style living. The renovation was awarded the ArciPARC best residential renovation award in 2008. The building’s design emphasis has been user’s convenience and if features modern amenities. Photovoltaic solar panels are used enabling to produce the major part of the energy required for water heating and heating system.
Our 70 sqm one bedroom apartment is tastefully decorated with use of white and wooden colour tones, and the wide living spaces are separated by a decorative wall from the bedroom. We hope this will offer you a perfect alternative for your short or long stays, for business or leisure trips. The flat comes with all the modern amenities like Wi-fi, Cable, LCD TV, comfortable bedding, access to NoaGym and much more.
- 70 sqm spacious flat on entrance floor and front facade
- Double bed and one pull-out bed sofa in living room for 2 persons
- Baby cot and high chair upon request
- En suite bathroom and half bathroom
- Facilities department – Anything that may go wrong in your apartment due to normal wear and tear will be solved by our facilities team
- Back up power generator and water storages enough for 3 days usage
- 24-hour survaillance with CCTV
- Visual intercom
- Steel door
- Earthquake fortification
Historic Galata area is one of the most cosmopolitan and sought-after parts of the city in the very center of Beyoğlu which is the hub of cultural and nightlife of Istanbul. Ali Hoca 6 is in walking distance to main public transportation hubs such as Şişhane and Tünel subway stations, tram to the Old City and Karaköy pier for ferries to Asian side, Prince Islands and Bosphorus Tour. The building is also in a few minutes walking distance to the very best of modern Istanbul day and night life in the form of the bustling restaurants, popular cafés, bars and music venues of the picturesque İstiklal Caddesi (a pedestrian street) Asmalı Mescit, Tünel, Galata Tower square and Karaköy where Istanbul Modern is located.