Hilton Worldwide to open conference hotel on Istanbul's Asian Side

Hilton Hotels & Resorts is to open the Hilton Istanbul Kozyatagi Conference Center & Spa, Istanbul in late 2013.

Hilton Worldwide to open conference hotel on Istanbul's Asian Side
Hilton Worldwide to open conference hotel on Istanbul's Asian Side

The Hilton Istanbul Kozyatagi Conference Center & Spa will be located in the rapidly emerging Asian side of Istanbul, featuring 317 bedrooms and more than 2,000sqm of events space.

The hotel will feature two ballrooms totalling more than 500sqm, 15 specialist meeting rooms, a 24-hour business centre and ample storage space.

The property will be comprised of two 16 storey towers which sit on top of a three storey podium. The upper floors of the hotel will provide views of the Marmara Sea and Princess Islands with the rooftops playing host to a speciality restaurant and stylish destination bar.

The hotel will also feature a further two dining options and a large Health Club & Spa, plus a direct link to the Optimum Shopping Centre via a pedestrian footbridge.

Patrick Fitzgibbon, senior vice president, development, Europe & Africa, Hilton Worldwide, said: "We have a long heritage in Istanbul coupled with rapid growth over recent years in what is a thriving global destination. I am delighted to be introducing Hilton Hotels & Resorts to the Asian side of Istanbul. The new hotel will complement the spectacular Doubletree by Hilton Istanbul Moda which began welcoming guests in 2011."

Dave Horton, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, added: "Visitors to the Asian side of the city will soon be able to experience legendary Hilton Hotels & Resorts service – which has been a visionary hospitality provider in Istanbul for many years. We are delighted to extend our presence in Istanbul with this upscale and design led hotel which I have no doubt will be extremely popular with guests."

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