Since its creation in England in the early 1800s by Anna, Duchess of Bedford, Afternoon Tea has long been associated with the entertainment of society. In the late 19th century, it was Caroline Astor, mother of the St. Regis founder John Jacob Astor IV, who elevated Afternoon Tea to a new level by introducing the ritual at dignified gatherings at her house in Manhattan.
Today, this ritual comes alive every afternoon at every St. Regis around the globe, where guests are invited to enjoy distinct interpretations of this legacy inspired by the respective traditions of each location.
You're invited to a wide choice of refined Teas at St. Regis Brasserie, selected by our Tea Sommelier, for those who appreciate the finest things in life.
St. Regis Istanbul Reviews by Hotel Guests
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recommend this hotel
This may be the best St. Regis ever. As a highly picky traveler, I couldn't find a single issue with my stay; everything was not only perfect, but perfect without being asked.
Clothes were laundered and returned ahead of schedule. Taxis were ready pre-emptively. Drinks even tasted better.
Oh, and the private pools are amazing! The only downside is the overly trendy Spago bar on the weekends; too loud and hard to find a table and conflicts with the vibe. But plenty of other options.
I've stayed in many of Istanbul's five-star hotels, but this has now become my "one and only" place to stay.