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K ars, a dour frontier city famous for its almost Arctic winters, forms the setting for Orhan Pamuk's internationally acclaimed novel Kar (Snow).
The city came under Russian rule 1878 to 1918. So many years later, this is still a fact that marks its appearance. The streets are laid out in a rectangular grid, and lined with once-elegant houses with shades of fin de siècle St Petersburg clinging about them. Many of these are now either abandoned or taken up by various cobweb-infested government offices. One was converted into this remarkably elegant hotel in 2006.
The sturdy greystone exterior of the hotel barely hints at the ambitious interior, which is decked out entirely in shades of white. The rooms are vast and supplied with all possible amenities, including all the latest in consumer electronics. The basement restaurant is as stylish as anything in İstanbul, with a menu which flaunts a Russian twist and lots of local cheese.
All this is a huge step into the future for a city where finding a clean bed was a major adventure until a few years ago.

  • Facilities:credit cards accepted • traditional architecture • nice garden • phone in room • tv in room • internet present
  • Location:in the city
  • Restaurant:Local
  • Child policy:children welcome
  • Net connection:available everywhere • free of charge
  • Pet policy:

    not accepted

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