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Welcome to your new home in Istanbul,
Adahan DeCamondo Pera, Autograph Collection

Welcome to your new home in Istanbul, Adahan DeCamondo Pera, Autograph Collection for an unforgettable hospitality experience and travel memories. The Adahan building was built in 1874 by The Camondo Family as a town mansion in the city. After the attentive restoration works to keep the original features, Adahan building is now the most recent boutique hotel in Pera for city explorers. Whether you are traveling for leisure or for business, book your room in Adahan DeCamondo Pera, Autograph Collection to enjoy our inviting lobby lounge area, all day dining rooftop restaurant & coctail bar experience with a scenic view over magical Istanbul and of course the charming guests rooms.

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The interiors are glossy and confident, combination of 150 years of historical elegant materials.

Museum of Camondo Family

Story of de Camondo Family

The Camondo family was only one of the thousands of Sephardic Jewish families who had to leave Spain in 1492, expelled by the monarchs after the Reconquista. The family moved to Venice and then to the heart of the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople when Venice came under Austrian rule in 1798. The family started to get rich with the banking company "Isaac Camondo & Cie" which was established under the leadership of Ishak Camondo in 1802.

"Isaac Camondo & Cie" had grown so much and achieved such international success that it was the country's largest and strongest bank, until the Ottoman Empire established its national bank. Enormous wealth and ,their sustained involvement in Jewish communal life earned the family the nickname "Rothschilds of the East".