Barcelo Hotel Group launches Istanbul property

The five-star deluxe hotel is located at Taksim square

Barcelo Hotel groups, Istanbul, Turkey

Barceló Hotel Group’s property in Istanbul — Barceló Hotel Group — is officially open.

The five-star deluxe hotel is located at Taksim square and has 270 rooms and suites. In addition to that, the junior suites and several deluxe rooms include a private Hammam. The property also has a luxury penthouse — Sultan Penthouse Suite.

There are a total of four f&b venues located within the property

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Talking about the property,  Hasan Ekmen, the General Manager of Hotel Barceló Istanbul said, “We are very excited to showcase Hotel Barceló Istanbul to international guests. The hotel is ideally located for those who want to explore the wonderful city of Istanbul, whilst staying in a stylish setting.”

The hotel group recently revealed its latest hotel opening in Dubai. 

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