Radisson Hospitality has signed for the Radisson Residences Avrupa Tem İstanbul in Turkey. The 140-apartment residence will be located within the Avrupa Tem Residential Complex and will open before the end of this year, following a partial renovation.
The 169-apartment Radisson Residences Vadistanbul has welcomed its first guests in Turkey. Close to the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul, the residence is a state-of-the-art project offering guests accommodation for short- and long-term stays in the heart of Istanbul.
Erkan Yagci, executive member of board at Concorde Hotels & Resorts, speaks to Breaking Travel News at Arabian Travel Market. On the agenda is the Concorde De Luxe Resort in Antalya, Turkey, and what it offers to the regional hospitality sector.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News at the Arabian Travel Market, Salih Ozer, a cultural and information attaché from the Turkish Consulate General in Dubai, tells us what the destination has to offer the rapidly developing tourism market in the Middle East.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a second luxury hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. The project, which also features branded residences, is scheduled to open in 2022.
Located on the shores of idyllic Paradise Bay, the five-star retreat has new accommodation, menus and other delights on offer this season. Brand new accommodation at the resort includes two villas and a suite located in its own private cove.
The hotel offers a combination of business and leisure facilities, and is located in one of Istanbul’s emerging residential and commercial areas.
Experienced hotelier Ahmet Antepli has been appointed as general manager at the Kempinski Hotel The Dome, one of two five-star hotels at the PGA National Turkey Antalya Golf Club.
Ralph Radtke, general manager of the iconic Çırağan Palace Kempinski in Istanbul, here sits down with Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole to discuss the hotel, the hospitality market in Turkey and reflect on his legacy after 45 years at the top of the industry
The smart airport, thanks to its strategic location at the crossroads of east and west, has great potential for Turkish Airlines and the global aviation industry, and will welcome 200 million passengers per year upon completion.
Part of the Zorlu Centre in the commercial capital of Turkey, Raffles Istanbul is an oasis of luxury with towering views over the city below. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls for in for the night
The newly refurbished guestrooms, suites and meeting facilities have been re-designed by architects and artists to reflect the essence and historical elements of the city, with new amenities providing a modern touch necessary for today’s travellers.