Park Inn by Radisson opens in Istanbul Odayeri

The 97-key hotel is located on the European side of Istanbul and is 10 minutes away from the new international airport


Park Inn by Radisson has opened the Park Inn by Radisson, Istanbul Odayeri, and will be managed by Radisson Hospitality.

This takes the Radisson Hotel Group portfolio in Turkey to 20 hotels and more than 3,500 rooms in operation.

Park Inn by Radisson, Istanbul Odayeri is located on the European side of Istanbul, and is located 10 minutes from the site of the new international airport and is less than an hour's drive from Atatürk International Airport. It is next to a residential area that includes Istanbul Golf Club and Kemer Country Equestrian Sports Club, with the Forestanbul outdoor activity and adventure park and Ayvad Bendi National Park also close to the property.

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The 97 rooms and suites of the hotel have climate control, a smart TV and a free high-speed internet connection. For dining options, the Garden restaurant uses local produce to serve a selection of international dishes, while the Lobby Lounge offers cocktails, tea, coffee and snacks. 
The hotel features four meeting rooms, fully equipped with the latest technology. The meeting space accommodates up to 90 attendees and provides free wireless high-speed internet and administrative services.

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