Radisson Hospitality signs Radisson Residences in Vadistanbul, Turkey

The 169-apartment property is scheduled to open in the next few weeks, and is located alongside the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul

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Radisson Hospitality has signed the 169-apartment Radisson Residences, Vadistanbul Istanbul in Turkey, which is expected to open in the coming weeks next to the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul.

The newly built property will consist of 169 modern apartments, split equally between one- and two-bedroom apartments – as well two four-bedroom apartments. The hotel will also have a gym and a spa, including a swimming pool.

The hotel is located in Vadistanbul, a new residential district in the north of the European side of Istanbul. It is also close to Maslak, one of Istanbul’s main business districts, and is expected to attract both business travellers and leisure guests.

Radisson Hotel Group executive vice president and chief development officer Elie Younes said in a statement: "We see a positive growth within the travel industry in Turkey. We’re delighted to bring another stunning property – as well as the first hotel apartments project under the Radisson brand – to the upcoming business hub of Vadistanbul, located in the heart of Istanbul. Again, we thank our partners for their continued trust and for this strategic addition. With this property, Radisson Hotel Group cements its position as the leading upper upscale operator in Istanbul, with 15 properties in the city."

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