07 December 2021

Tourism: The Stay Hotels adds a dash of style to a winter break in Istanbul



 Guests taking a winter break at Istanbul’s Bebek Hotel by The Stay ( can get in the festive spirit at the property’s stylish Christmas Market (12pm-10pm, until 31 December 2021).


Enticing gift possibilities include exclusively selected ceramics, jewellery and candles, home-made ginger bread houses and artisan cookies, cocktail mixes created by the Bebek Hotel’s own expert mixologists, and urban-cool clothing from The Stay Hotels’ recently launched eco-friendly fashion label, The Stay Line (


The Stay Line features contemporary and elegant wardrobe staples, including T-shirts, sweatshirts, trousers and raincoats, available in monochrome and colours inspired by the Turkish countryside. The collection has been created in adherence to the environmentally-minded and community-focused principles that underpin The Stay Hotels’ properties.

Top shopping

The Bebek Hotel by The Stay’s festive market complements the fantastic shopping on offer throughout winter in the surrounding upmarket streets. The hotel’s enviable location in the heart of the Bebek neighbourhood has made it one of the city’s most desirable addresses since the 1950s. Bebek is a cosmopolitan destination on the banks of the Bosphorus, famous for its beautiful bay and people-watching in the lively mix of cafes, shops, bars and restaurants along the waterfront.


The Bebek Hotel by The Stay has two equally well-located sister hotels for a winter break in Istanbul featuring shopping and sightseeing, The Stay Nisantasi and The Stay Bosphorus. The Stay Nisantasi is set in the city’s fashion quarter, Nisantasi, which is renowned for its international and home-grown designer stores. The Stay Bosphorus is on the waterfront in trendy Ortakoy, a multicultural hub with charming cobblestone streets lined with hip cafes, restaurants, artisan shops and art galleries.


Sleep in style

The Bebek Hotel by The Stay is as luxurious as it is well located. The design-led, adults-only property has two restaurants, a chic rooftop bar, and a curated contemporary art collection of established and up-and-coming Turkish artists. The grand seaside mansion’s interiors are the work of the Turkish architect Mahmut Anlar, who has interweaved original Art Deco details and modern craftsmanship, and its 22 suites feature French windows framing views of the Bosphorous. Rooms start at £385 per night B&B. 


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