Hotel Dersaadet, previously known as Istanbul, has emerged as a favored boutique hotel among solo travelers situated south of the Golden Horn. Dersaadet's charming wooden facade and Ottoman décor influenced by 19th-century French styles evoke the allure of the Ottoman Empire's prosperous era. Spread across four floors, the hotel offers 17 cozy rooms, some boasting picturesque views of the Sea of Marmara. The most luxurious accommodation option is the Sultan's Suite, featuring a meticulously crafted wooden ceiling, spacious windows, and a luxurious jacuzzi. Guests can also opt for rooms with sea views. The hotel boasts a delightful rooftop terrace for breakfast, with both indoor and outdoor seating options, overlooking the Bosphorus. This rooftop oasis provides an ideal setting for savoring a leisurely afternoon coffee accompanied by classical melodies, occasionally punctuated by the call to prayer from the Sultanahmet Mosque and the melodious chirping of canaries.