New Radisson Blu opens in Istanbul

The Radisson Blu Hotel Vadistanbul is located near the key business district of Maslak. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hospitality AB, part of Radisson Hotel Group, has opened the Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul in Istanbul. The project is a joint venture of Artaş İnşaat, Evyap and Invest İnşaat.

The Radisson has 193 rooms and suites, an all-day-dining restaurant and the Vadi Bistro. Meeting facilities include a 1,000-square-meter ballroom and more than 300 square meters of meeting rooms and boardroom space. The property can handle conventions of up to 900.

The hotel is located near the key business district of Maslak, opposite the Turk Telecom Arena, one of Istanbul’s major sports stadiums. The hotel also is close to the Trans European Motorway, the highway that connects Europe to Asia, as well as a connection to Seyrantepe metro station via monorail. The hotel is 20 kilometers away from Ataturk International Airport and 30 kilometers from Istanbul’s new airport.

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The Vadistanbul project includes a specially developed monorail system with a direct connection to the metro system. The Radisson Blu property is situated on the boulevard of Vadistanbul that will also be home to a shopping mall, 270 retail outlets and offices for 20,000 people.

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