Radisson announces opening of Radisson Hotel Istanbul, Harbiye
The hotel, located near the Taksim Square, features 90 rooms and suites
Radisson Hotel Group has announced the opening of Radisson Hotel Istanbul, Harbiye, located in the heart of Istanbul near the Taksim Square, known as the cultural centre for the arts and entertainment in Istanbul.
Radisson Hotel Istanbul, Harbiye features 90 rooms and suites. Most of the hotel’s superior and premium rooms offer guests sea-view balconies overlooking the Bosphorus. Free Wi-Fi, work desks, rain showers and individual room climate control are just some of the features that make each room memorable. Nearby historic and cultural sites including the Atatürk Cultural Centre, the Dolmabahçe Palace and the recently opened Galataport Istanbul.
A stone’s throw from the hotel, guests can discover the entertainment complex, Taksim Square, which boasts a variety of restaurants and shops and where numerous parades and celebrations take place throughout the year. The renovated Atatürk Cultural Centre is a key local point of Taksim Square and is home to Istanbul’s Opera House, the Theatre Hall, the National Library and AKM Gallery. Several of Istanbul’s cultural destinations such as the Topkapı Palace Museum, the Hagia Sophia and the Grand Bazaar are all within easy access to the hotel.
Guests can enjoy the Turkuaz restaurant for an à la carte dining experience where guests can try local Turkish flavours and a selection of international cuisine. They can also have a hot drink in the privacy of their room or relax in the hotel’s spa, featuring a Turkish bath, sauna and steam bath. Radisson Hotel Istanbul, Harbiye also has two meeting rooms with spaces for meetings up to 25 people which feature the latest audio-visual technology.
Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President, Central & Eastern Europe, Russia and Turkey at Radisson Hotel Group, said, “We are excited to welcome another Radisson branded hotel in the heart of Istanbul. We remain strongly committed to cementing our leading position in Istanbul with both leisure and business destinations across the country. We have established clear objectives to reach over 50 hotels in operation and under development by 2023 and we are accelerating our growth accordingly.’’
Vefa Çelik, General Manager of Radisson Hotel Istanbul, Harbiye said, “We are very pleased with the cooperation with Radisson Hotel Group. Turkey is aiming for 42 million tourists and $35 billion in tourism income for 2022. Radisson Hotel Group is in a prime position to offer guests a diverse guest experience to create memorable moments and we believe that our guests will enjoy exploring this unique and historical city with us.’’
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