Doubletree by Hilton opens new hotels in Turkey and Indonesia

Doubletree by Hilton has this week made its Indonesia debut and opened a new property in Izmir, Turkey.

Doubletree by Hilton Izmir – Alsancak hotel
Doubletree by Hilton Izmir – Alsancak hotel

The brand's first hotel in Indonesia, Doubletree by Hilton Jakarta – Diponegoro, is a newly built 253-room property offering seven meetings and events rooms – including a ballroom that can host 800 for a reception – and a 24-hour business centre. The hotel, situated in the heart of the Indonesian capital, also offers three dining outlets, an outdoor pool and a wellness centre with round-the-clock fitness centre and three therapy rooms.

Doubletree by Hilton Izmir – Alsancak is a 115-room property, the first in Turkey's third-largest city. A rooftop pool and bar with views across Izmir and the Aegean Sea is the refurbished hotel's big draw, while 800 square metres of event space includes four meeting rooms and a ballroom capable of hosting 700 theatre-style or 800 for a reception. A spa and fitness centre with Turkish bath, and restaurant serving local and international cuisine complete the offer.

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