The grandeur of the Ottomans are kept alive with today’s luxury and comfort at Hôtel Les Ottomans.
Located at the most magnificent section of the Bosphorus, the “Muhsinzade Mehmet Pasha Mansion” has been brought back to life, under the hostship of Ahu Aysal, as “Hôtel Les Ottomans”.
The Muhsinzade Mehmet Pasha Mansion was one of the most prestigious mansions of its time. The mansion and its annexes were built on a total land area of 4,527sqm, where there had been remains from the time of Ahmet III, a fountain and garden sets. This exquisite fountain and garden were considered as finer examples of Ottoman style garden and water architectures.
The family lived at the mansion from 1790-1929 and then gradually left. Mansion and its land were rented out to a merchant to be used as a coal storage area. In 1935, it was finally being used for sand storage. In the 1980’s, 22 inheritors of the family came together to sell the mansion to an entrepreneur who intended to use the property in tourism business.
After a long and sad hiatus in its history, the mansion came back to life by the members of the Aysal Family under the Unit Group structure. The mansion was converted to one of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels in Turkey by the refined taste of its proprietress. Remaining faithful to its original design on the outside, it was restructured inside as a journey from its origins in the past to the present and presented as a mixture of love and lavish beauty which mankind constantly seek for.