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Museum Hotel

Museum Hotel

Steeped in romance, mystery, suspense and drama, the rooms at the Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah are filled with a sense of history, having played host to several celebrated guests including Sarah Bernhardt, King Edward VIII, Greta Garbo and Alfred Hitchcock.

The sunset pink walls of Room 101 pay homage to Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern-day Turkey, housing his personal possessions, as the Ataturk Museum. Room 411 brings to mind Agatha Christie, featuring the author’s historic typewriter, a selection of her bestselling books and a 1920s table d’hôtel menu. In other parts of the hotel, a century-old concert piano and a painted sedan chair stand as nostalgic reminders of a bygone era, while the hotel’s hall clock transports guests back to the early twentieth century, marking the arrival of the legendary Orient Express.

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