Radisson Residences to open in Istanbul, Turkey

The property comprises 140 apartments

Radisson Residences Avrupa Tem İstanbul in Turkey
Radisson Residences Avrupa Tem İstanbul in Turkey

Hospitality group Radisson Hotels has signed Radisson Residences Avrupa Tem İstanbul in Turkey.

The 140-apartment residence that will open before the end of 2019 will accommodate both short and long-term stays, following a partial renovation.

Speaking about the new property, Elie Younes, executive vice president & chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group, commented: “We see a positive growth trend in the hospitality industry in Turkey. Following the first residence project under the Radisson brand, we are delighted to bring another excellent property to Istanbul. We thank our partners once again for their continued trust for a third project with us, bringing our presence to 16 properties in Istanbul.”

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The property comprises one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and will also feature a well-equipped gym and a spa.

The property is expected to attract both business travellers and leisure guests.

Radisson Residences Avrupa Tem İstanbul investor Süleyman Çetinsaya, said: “We are glad to further extend our relationship with Radisson Hotel Group. After the successful launches in Kayseri and Vadistanbul together, we are confident that this new project will be another success and will further demonstrate the quality of service and brand recognition that Radisson brings in Turkey and globally.”

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