In the heart of Istanbul, the iconic Pera Palace Hotel, hosting the Istanbul Arbitration Days’ opening reception on April 17, epitomizes luxury and history. Since its 1892 inception as an Orient Express stopover, the hotel has witnessed historical events, hosting dignitaries and luminaries.

Notable guests include King Edward VIII, Queen Elizabeth II, Emperor Franz Joseph, Sarah Bernhardt, Alfred Hitchcock, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Pera Palace’s halls echo with the footsteps of politicians, artists, and writers, contributing to its timeless allure.

Accommodating Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Pera Palace played a pivotal role in Türkiye’s modernization. The Agatha Christie Suite, where the famed author wrote “Murder on the Orient Express,” adds a literary touch to the hotel’s cultural legacy.

As the first venue for a fashion show in Istanbul in 1926, Pera Palace continues to showcase en vogue sophistication. The Istanbul Arbitration Days’ reception, from 19:00 to 23:00, promises a memorable experience against the backdrop of the hotel’s rich history. Join us in the splendid halls, where history, culture, and elegance converge. It’s not just an evening; it’s a chance to be part of Pera Palace Hotel’s enduring legacy.

Indulge in an unforgettable evening where cultural heritage and elegance converge. Join us in celebrating Pera Palace’s timeless legacy and be part of this remarkable event. Secure your ticket now to reserve your spot for a truly exceptional experience. Click here to buy your ticket.

Opening Reception – The Pera Palace Hotel