Rotana brings Dalga Residences to Istanbul

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19th Jan 2016
Rotana brings Dalga Residences to Istanbul

Rotana is continuing its ambitious expansion plans with the opening of Dalga Residences in Istanbul – the group’s third property in Turkey.

Located in Cevizli, the Asian side of Istanbul, Dalga Residences by Rotana has opened its doors on the city’s longest coastal lane, Dragos.

Often referred to as the lesser discovered side of Istanbul, the cultural hub boasts an array of shopping areas, elaborate palaces and charming waterside eateries.

With a prime location near the coast of the Marmara Sea, the property offers panoramic ocean views of the Prince Islands.

Boasting striking design elements, Dalga Residences by Rotana is the first property in Turkey to open under the group’s “The Residences” brand which is designed to close the gap between hotel and home.

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Ideal for guests looking for long stays and permanent residency, Dalga Residences by Rotana offers 161 luxury apartments ranging from studios to two bedroom apartments, each with their own kitchen and access to 24-hour maintenance and a 24-hour security team.

Designed with comfort and style in mind, Dalga Residences by Rotana features a range of leisure facilities including a Fitness & Wellness Club, an indoor pool and landscaped areas.

Omer Kaddouri, president, Rotana, said: “The opening of our third property in Turkey is a significant step forward in Rotana’s global expansion strategy.

“With 37 million international tourists passing through the country annually, Turkey is a highly dynamic market and our presence there serves to continue strengthening our growing portfolio of international properties.”

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