Radisson adds Istanbul apartments

Radisson Hotel Apartments Delta Istanbul Esenyurt

Radisson Hotel Group has signed its 15th hotel in Istanbul with the Radisson Hotel Apartments Delta Istanbul Esenyurt.

The property is expected to open in the third quarter of 2022, making it the group’s third Radisson-branded property in Istanbul.

Elie Younes, EVP & CDO, Radisson Hotel Group said: “Radisson Blu continues to be the largest upper upscale brand in Istanbul and the Radisson brand leverages on that network. This is our 15th hotel in Istanbul. With Radisson Hotel Apartments Delta Istanbul Esenyurt we have reinforced our investments in Turkey and increased our portfolio to around 30 hotels in operation and under development in the country. We thank our partners for their trust in our people and look forward to a joint successful journey.”

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The project will span an area of more than 27 thousand square metres and will feature 240 hotel apartments as well as offering meeting rooms, a lounge areas, ballroom and an all-day dining restaurant.

The contractor of Delta Real Estate’s owner Seyithan İzsiz said: “We are delighted to be partnering with a global brand such as Radisson Hotel Group and to be able to contribute to Turkish tourism. It is exciting to be investing in a flourishing area like Esenyurt. We look forward to a long relationship with Radisson Hotel Group and to developing more projects together”.

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