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Carlson Rezidor opens the Radisson Blu Hotel, Kayseri in Turkey

October 9, 2014 Hotel Openings No Comments Email Email

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the largest and most dynamic hotel companies worldwide, opens the Radisson Blu Hotel, Kayseri in Turkey.

10th Radisson Blu in the country further strengthens the group’s upper upscale brand

It is the group’s 10th operating Radisson Blu property in Turkey and further strengthens Europe’s largest upper upscale brand known for stylish & sophisticated design, unique service concepts and the service philosophy Yes I Can!.

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Kayseri is centrally located in one of Turkey’s fastest growing and most modern cities. The 244 rooms and suites provide guests with gorgeous views and with signature services such as free high-speed internet access.

Leisure and business travellers alike enjoy the hotel’s beautiful wellness centre including a traditional Turkish hammam, steam bath, indoor pool with jet streams, thermal pool, solarium and gym. Four restaurants and bars delight every plate – the menus feature local and international dishes as well as famous Turkish desserts. A stunning rooftop restaurant & bar offer panoramic views over the city and the nearby Erciyes Mountains.

Kayseri is one of Turkey’s industrial centers and has a rapidly growing commercial life. With its upper upscale and well-equipped meeting & event spaces, the Radisson Blu hotel is set to become a preferred choice for conferences and private events in the city. The property comprises eight elegant meeting rooms as well as a grand 808-square-metre ballroom.

“Kayseri has always been an important business destination in Turkey and is attracting more and more visitors’, comments Mehmet Mulayim, General Manager of the Radisson Blu Hotel Kayseri. “We are proud to add an outstanding product to the city’s supply and look forward to hosting national and international business and leisure travellers”, added Mulayim.

Kayseri also features beautiful historic monuments from the bygone days of the Seljuks and Ottomans. The ancient region of Cappadocia is only 68 km away – fascinating tourists with its unique history and famous landscapes.

 

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