A new in-room dining menu has been specially developed for pets with veterinary approval to ensure guests’ four legged friends can enjoy delicious and nutritious food in their iconic surroundings. From poached fillet of salmon to chopped fillet of beef, all meals are prepared without any seasoning or bones to ensure a healthy meal.
Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah remains committed to helping local animals, and recently partnered with an animal welfare charity to raise funds for a nearby animal shelter. The project ‘My Tiny Love’ raised awareness about the number of abandoned and stray animals living in shelters, and generated crucial funds by photographing 15 Turkish celebrities with their pets in glamorous locations around Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah. The pictures were taken by respected Turkish photographer Tamer Yilmaz and Royal Canin pet food brand kindly donated three tonnes of dog and cat food to the shelter.
The hotel is well-placed for both the modern centre and the historic old town, making it a perfect destination for both business and leisure. Designed by renowned local architect Alexander Vallaury, the building has hosted an impressive list of guests including Ernest Hemingway, Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock. Today Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah maintains the elegant classical style that made it famous, with authentic 19th century features serving as a timeless focal point. Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah was given ‘museum-hotel’ status in 1981 when, as a tribute to the founder of modern Turkey, Room 101 was converted into the Atatürk Museum.