Radisson signs deal for first branded residences in Istanbul

The property will have 169 apartments, split equally between one- and two-bedroom apartments as well two four-bedroom residences. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

The Radisson Residences, Vadistanbul in Istanbul, Turkey, are expected to debut in the coming weeks next to the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel.

“We see a positive growth within the travel industry in Turkey,” said Elie Younes, EVP/chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group, noting this development is the first hotel-apartment project under the brand.

The new-build property will have 169 apartments, split equally between one- and two-bedrooms. as well two, four-bedroom residences. It also will have a gym, a spa and a swimming pool.

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Vadistanbul is a residential project that includes a monorail system with a direct connection to the metro network. The residences are situated on the boulevard of Vadistanbul that also will be home to a shopping mall, 270 retail outlets and offices for 20,000 persons.

The residences will be approximately 20 minutes’ drive from the new Istanbul Airport and 400 meters from the nearest exit of the Trans-European Motorway (E80), linking the hotel to both the existing and the upcoming airport.

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