Rotana opens two properties in European side of Istanbul

The Centro WestSide and WestSide Arjaan by Rotana hotels are located on the Basin Express road, featuring 305 keys

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Debuting in the European side of Istanbul, Rotana has opened two new hotels, Centro WestSide and WestSide Arjaan by Rotana, in partnership with Mar Yapı.

Located on the Basin Express road in the Güneşli neighbourhood of Istanbul, the properties are housed in a triangle-shaped building that was designed by architecture firm Suyabatmaz Demirel.

The four-star Centro WestSide features 152 rooms and suites, and WestSide Arjaan by Rotana offers 153 fully-furnished one and two-bedroom serviced hotel apartments.

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The two connecting hotels offer three dining outlets, with each offering outdoor seating areas. These include: all-day dining restaurant c.taste, grab-and-go casual dining concept c.deli, and c.mondo, a bar. A 24-hour in-room dining service is also available.

Guests staying at the hotels can access Bodylines Fitness & Wellness Club which includes a gym and large indoor swimming pool with city views. A jacuzzi, sauna, steam and three treatment rooms are also available at Centro WestSide and WestSide Arjaan by Rotana.

The hotels also feature a business corner, five meeting rooms and a hall, all equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment.

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