Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Destination Wedding in Istanbul

Istanbul is a rare combination of a modern metropolis like city, and deep historical roots, making it the perfect location for your wedding for both you and your fiancé. You can simultaneously guide Istanbul and enjoy the city, while planning your wedding. This unique city can be reached by land, rail, sea, and air. The historical city is built next to the Bosphorus Straight, and sits on the seven hills of Istanbul. Despite the city’s unmatchable beauty, there is a consulate of almost every country in the world, which makes it very convenient as they handle the official paperwork for the ceremony.

House your guests and hold the main even in a hidden gem in Istanbul The A’jia Hotel, a distinguished boutique hotel, is a beautifully restored Ottoman mansion that rests on the shores of the Bosphorus in the Ottoman mansion. It only has 16 guest rooms, but each offers an elegant view of the European shore. Each room is uniquely decorated in a contemporary style.

With this hotel comes the A’jia Restaurant. The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences awarded the A’jia Restaurant and its Mediterranean cuisine a ‘Five Star Diamond Award.’ The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating right on the shores of the Bosphorous. Eating outside in the summer months on the terrace offers an exceptionally splendid experience. This venue is perfect for weddings because of its intimacy and uniqueness. A’jia Hotel is an excellent choice to get away from the busy pace of a big city.

Outside of this magnificent destination, lies the stunning city. Mysterious and mesmerizing, Istanbul tourism stands out to even the most devoted travelers.

Throughout the city you can be pampered in many ways for the big day. The Çırağan Palace Kempinski & Sanitas Spa located in the Beşiktaş district provides a luxury experience for couples.

An Istanbul wedding will not disappoint you, every new discovery in the city of Istanbul will add to the beauty, history, and charm that you will discover.

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