On 6 May 2019, the newly built 169-apartment Radisson Residences Vadistanbul welcomed its first guests in Turkey. Close to the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul, the residence is a state-of-the-art project offering guests superb accommodation for short- and long-term stays in the heart of Istanbul.
Michel Stalport, Area Senior Vice President Eastern Europe, Russia and Turkey, said: “We are delighted to bring yet another stunning property to Istanbul – and, with this newly built property, we further strengthen our position as the leading international hotel group in Turkey. This is a one-of-a-kind residence that will provide guests with memorable moments in the heart of Istanbul. We would like to thank once again our existing partner at Vadistanbul as we proudly introduce this complementary offering to such a unique destination.”
The newly built property consists of 169 modern apartments, split equally between one- and two-bedroom apartments – as well two unique four-bedroom apartments. The hotel property also offers a well-equipped gym and a SPA, including a swimming pool to accommodate both short- and long-term stays.
The stunning residence has opened next to the newly opened 193-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul. Both properties are located in Vadistanbul, a new residential district in the north of the European side of Istanbul. With its proximity to Maslak, one of Istanbul’s main business districts, the residence is expected to attract both business travelers and leisure guests seeking stylish accommodation in a central location.
Vadistanbul is a modern and dynamic residential project that includes a specially developed monorail system with a direct connection to the metro network. The Radisson Residences Vadistanbul property is situated on the boulevard of Vadistanbul that will also be home to a fourth-generation shopping mall, 270 retail outlets and offices for 20,000 people.
The residence is approximately 20 minutes’ drive from the new Istanbul Airport, and only 400m from the nearest exit of the Trans-European Motorway (E80), linking the hotel to both the existing and the upcoming airport.