Husrev Kethüda was built in Ortaköy, one of the most iconic districts of İstanbul in 1556
For 300 years, it served as a hamam (Turkish Bath). Kethüda was a title given to civil and military chamberlains or leaders.
The historic turkish bat transformed into a unique event venue for all kinds of parties, meetings, press conferences, weddings and engagement ceremonies.
The main area under the two domes is available for groups of 100 people ; plus there are also private rooms for smaller groups.
With its unique architecture and history, Kethüda is prepared to serve you for your special events, parties, launching assemblies, weddings, engagement ceremonies, and press conferences, and other various events.