Wyndham enters agreement for two hotels in Turkey

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, added two new Wyndham Hotels and Resorts properties in Turkey through franchise agreements with Özdilek Otel Turizm Isletmeciligi Ve Ticaret Limited Sirketi, a company belonging to the Özdilek Holding group.

Already opened is the five-star, 219-room Wyndham Izmir Özdilek, the first Wyndham hotel in the country to open outside of Istanbul. The 20-story hotel overlooks the Izmir Bay, within close proximity to the airport.

Simultaneously, Özdilek Otel Turizm Isletmeciligi Ve Ticaret Limited Sirketi signed an agreement for the Wyndham Istanbul Levent, which is already under construction. It will become the country's fourth Wyndham when it opens its doors in 2014. Both hotels will join the Wyndham Istanbul Kalamis Marina which opened last December and Wyndham Istanbul Petek which opened earlier this summer.

The five-star Wyndham Izmir Özdilek has Izmir's only fine dining restaurant, Manzara, along with six other food and beverage outlets ranging from all-day dining in the Brasserie Restaurant to the Lomboz Bar on the twentieth floor. Guests can experience a blend of business and leisure facilities including 10 meeting and banquet halls accommodating up to 400 delegates, as well as a spa and wellness center. In addition to separate outdoor and indoor pools for children and adults, the Agamemnon Thermal Spa offers a fitness center and exercise classes, thermal pool and whirlpool, Turkish bath, sauna, steam room and 20 treatment rooms.

Guestrooms have LCD televisions with satellite channels and high-speed Internet in addition to beds complete with goose down duvets. Club Rooms, Junior Suites and Senior Suites include whirlpool baths, complimentary turndown service and access to the Club Lounge which offers an array of drinks and snacks throughout the day. The Presidential Suite rounds off the accommodation options with the ultimate in luxury, complete with master bedroom with oversized whirlpool, dressing room and living area with widescreen interactive television in addition to a library, office, dining room, kitchen, guest bedroom and second bathroom.

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