Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel & Conference Center launched

Hilton Worldwide announced the signing of a management agreement with IC Bomonti Uluslararasi Kongre Turizm Yatirimlari Ticaret A.Ş to open Hilton Hotel and Conference Center in Istanbul’s Sisli district.

The property, which will be adjacent to the former Bomonti Beer Factory, is currently undergoing restoration. The hotel and conference center will be located in a newly built tower, spanning 35 floors and offering views across the European side to Asia.

The Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel and Conference Center is set to be the largest hotel under development in the city by number of rooms and size of meeting space, as it aims to provide Istanbul with a world-class conference facility expected to attract new international conference business to the city.

Featuring 829 guestrooms and suites, the property’s other facilities include: an executive lounge; spa and fitness facilities, including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool; boutique stores; and destination food and beverage options, including an all-day dining restaurant, lobby bar and roof top bar. Hospitality designer GA Design of London will be charged with providing and delivering the vision and design of the hotel’s interior.

Hilton Worldwide now has six hotels across four brands In Instanbul, including the Hilton Istanbul which opened its doors in 1955 and the Conrad Istanbul, currently undergoing an extensive program of refurbishment.

Hilton brands are comprised of more than 3,900 hotels and timeshare properties, with 640,000 rooms in 91 countries and include Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites Hotels, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Hotels, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton and Hilton Grand Vacations.

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