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Steigenberger opens its first hotel in Istanbul

The Frankfurt-based Steigenberger Hotel Group will soon be entering the Turkish market in the shape of the Steigenberger Hotel Istanbul Airport, which is being developed near to Ataturk International Airport, one of the world's major aviation hubs. 
The Steigenberger Hotel Istanbul Airport will be located on the European side of the city and is scheduled for completion in June 2016. It will offer 210 rooms and suites. The hotel's conferencing facilities will feature a ballroom extending over an area of 883 m2 and further space of 164 m2 to accommodate several meeting rooms. A 1200 m2 proportioned gym and spa facility with swimming pool, beauty and massage treatment rooms, hamam and Finnish sauna will provide the ideal place to relax.

As befitting its status as a five star property, the hotel will also offer two restaurants and a lounge. It will also be located only six kilometres from Ataturk International Airport, a highly significant transport hub.  

"Our company is undergoing rapid growth," said Puneet Chhatwal, CEO of Steigenberger Hotels AG. "The main focuses of our expansion are Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Our latest hotel project in Istanbul will enable us to establish a link between two continents and symbolises our consistent growth."   

"Istanbul is the cultural and financial centre of Turkey," added Ayhan Saritas, President of Korcan Turizm Petrol Ürünleri Ticaret Sanayi A.S. This is a city where tradition and modernity meet. Steigenberger is a strong partner and knows all about bringing these two components together to deliver traditional hospitality in conjunction with the highest standards of service."  

The contractual partner for the franchise agreement with the Steigenberger Hotel Group is Korcan Turizm Petrol Ürünleri Ticaret Sanayi A.S, Istanbul, Turkey.

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