The entire palace is still very beautiful and gorgeous, because it takes a long time to line up to visit the internal rooms. We just looked at his square and garden. The garden is close to the sea and it is well maintained.
There is a queue to visit the interior of this palace, and its essence is the interior rooms, which are very luxurious. Every corner of the room has been carefully decorated and is very beautiful.
The palace was very famous in the Ottoman period. The high exterior wall can feel the solemnity inside spreading along the sea. The shocking feeling from the strait may be stronger. Some of the whole building is still quite charming at night. of
The Serra Palace was built between 1863 and 1867, when the sultans of the Ottoman Empire were keen to build their own palaces rather than inherit the residences of their predecessors. This former Ottoman palace has now been transformed into a five-star Kempinski hotel. The hotel’s Sultan Presidential Suite is priced at US$15,332 per night, ranking 14th in the world’s most expensive hotel.
I passed by during a cruise on the Bosphorus, but did not go in. The white buildings were dazzling in the sun, and there was a beautiful landscape on the shore of the strait.
Where is the Kempinski Hotel, this is simply the palace! Serra Palace...It is said to be the best hotel in Turkey. The service is really great. I highly recommend it. With a view of the Bosphorus, no hotel has the ability to create such a gorgeous appearance. The carefully carved stone pillars, steps and walls all tell the glorious history of the Ottoman Empire
Built between 1863 and 1867, the Ottoman Sultans were keen to build their own palaces rather than inherit the homes of their predecessors. Now the former Ottoman palace has been converted into a five-star Kempinski hotel. The Sudanese Presidential Suite, which is listed as the 14th most expensive hotel in the world, is priced at $15332 a night.