History enriches hospitality at Six Senses Kocataş Mansions, Istanbul – the city where East meets West.

Occupying two beautifully restored heritage mansions, there are just 45 guest rooms and suites showcasing tradition and local flavors with Six Senses touches.

Set overlooking the Bosphorus, the hotel delivers authentic and unique experiences while maintaining a strict observation to environmental purism.

Dining at the hotel includes authentic Turkish cuisine, a delightful courtyard setting and a return to the mansions’ golden era of La Belle Époque. Toro Latin GastroBar by Richard Sandoval is inspired by Pan-Latin and Asian cuisines, with one more amazing restaurant of world celebrity chef, Mehmet Gürs, to open in mid-2020.

Opening Spring 2020, Six Senses Spa brings a new level of wellness offerings to the destination; from a Turkish hammam with Six Senses touches to a holistic anti-aging clinic and personal beauty pods.

The spa is also integral to the Six Senses Integrative Wellness program and Sleep With Six Senses concept. For completion soon after the opening, the vast facility includes an indoor swimming pool, alchemy bar, a fitness center, organic herb garden and a juice bar.

The urban oasis created by Six Senses Kocataş Mansions presents lush landscaping through which meanders a pathway to connect all the facilities including an outdoor pool and offers even more views of the Bosphorus.

Earth Lab – where sustainability is practiced and celebrated, and an open-air cinema will follow shortly. Ideally situated in the city’s northernmost district the hotel appeals to local residents in search of an urban wellness fix and great dining experiences, and also to international travelers who wish to explore the historic city center of Istanbul, which is a 60-minute leisurely boat ride away.

Istanbul’s new international airport is within easy access, with Six Senses Kocataş Mansions being one of the city’s closest upscale properties.

Source: Six Senses