Hyatt House brand makes its debut in Turkey

The Hyatt House Gebze offers 158 rooms, with flexible meeting space available

A rendering of the Hyatt House Gebze.
A rendering of the Hyatt House Gebze.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has debuted the Hyatt House brand into the Turkish market with the opening of Hyatt House Gebze.

Located 16km from Sabiha Gökçen International Airport and less than 65km from Istanbul, the 158-room upscale extended stay hotel features fully equipped kitchens, comfortable living rooms, spacious bedrooms and bathrooms.

The H Bar is meant to be a space to unwind, while the H Market is designed to meet the everyday needs of guests, offering snacks and freshly prepared salads and sandwiches.

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The hotel also features a 24-hour workout room and indoor pool, more than 98m2 of flexible meeting space and is located adjacent to the Gebze Center Shopping Mall.

All-inclusive packages will be available for the meeting spaces, and each meeting room will come fully serviced with extensive menu options, comprehensive event planning support and audio-visual equipment

There are four Hyatt-branded hotels currently open in Turkey, including Grand Hyatt Istanbul, Hyatt Centric Levent Istanbul, Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy and Park Hyatt Istanbul - Macka Palas.

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