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Hilton announces Turkey expansion

DoubleTree by Hilton

HiltonÊtoday announced plans to open four new hotels in Turkey under its upscaleÊDoubleTree by HiltonÊand midscaleÊHampton by HiltonÊbrands. These agreements see Hilton reach 90 hotels trading and under development in the strategic Turkish market.

“Hilton has had a presence in Turkey for more than 60 years and these latest agreements reinforce our commitment to the market. Turkey continues to be an important destination for visitors, with more than 29 million tourist arrivals in the first ten months of 2017*,” said Carlos Khneisser, vice president, development, Middle East, North Africa & Turkey, Hilton. “Hilton has more than 11,000 rooms in operation across the country and over 4000 additional rooms in the pipeline, and we are pleased to be further growing our footprint in the country with agreements in these four important locations.”

DoubleTree by Hilton Gaziantep

The 108 guest room DoubleTree by Hilton Gaziantep will offer three meeting rooms and a choice of two dining outlets and is slated to open in the first half of 2018. It will be situated on a major road that connects the city centre to one of Gaziantep’s organized industrial zones and will be ideally located close to major hospitals, office blocks and government offices, such as the Gaziantep Chamber of Commerce and the Gaziantep Directorate of Public Health. It will also be near leisure attractions, such as Forum Gaziantep Mall and the Zeugma Mosaic Museum. The hotel will be run as a franchise by owner Ak_A Yatirim Turizm Otelcilik San. Ve Tic. Ltd. Sti on behalf of Hilton.

DoubleTree by Hilton Antalya City Centre

Expected to open at the end of 2018, DoubleTree by Hilton Antalya City Centre will feature 150 modern guest rooms. The hotel will offer three dining outlets and a host of leisure facilities including a stunning rooftop pool, a fitness centre and an extensive spa. The hotel’s business facilities will include one ballroom, four meeting rooms and a business centre. DoubleTree by Hilton Antalya City Center will be located in the heart of Antalya’s business district, across the road from Greater Antalya Municipality and also close to Kaleci (the old town) and Konyaalti Beach, making it a convenient base for travellers to Antalya. The hotel will be run as a franchise by owner Ka Tasarõm Insaat Taahhut Turizm Sanayi Ticaret Ltd. _ti on behalf of Hilton.

DoubleTree by Hilton AfyonkarahisarÊ

DoubleTree by Hilton Afyonkarahisar, Hilton’s first property in Afyonkarahisar, is expected to open in 2019. It will include 115 guest rooms, a multifunctional event space and two meeting rooms and will be strategically located in Afyonkarahisar’s city centre, within five kilometres of Afyonkarahisar’s organized industrial cluster, Afyonkarahisar State Hospital, Afyon Kocatepe University and the main train station. The hotel is to be franchised by Hilton to owner PNR Dogal Tas Mad. Ith. Ihr. San ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.

Hampton by Hilton Sakarya

Expected to open in 2020, the 140 guest room Hampton by Hilton Sakarya will be located in the town of Serdivan which is Sakarya’s new city centre. It will be on ‚ark Street, a major arterial road that passes through the town, and will be close to Sakarya’s organized industrial zone and Sakarya University. In terms of leisure attractions, the hotel will be within walking distance of Serdivan Shopping Mall and Cadde 54 Shopping Mall, as well as 10 kilometres from Sapanca, a popular location for hiking and other recreational activities. The hotel was announced following the signing of a franchise agreement between Hilton and Mas Otelcilk Yatõrõm Sanayi ve Ticaret A._.

View more news about DoubleTree by Hilton atÊnews.doubletree.com/Êand more about Hampton by Hilton atÊnews.hampton.com

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