IHG Signs Holiday Inn Kayseri - Düvenönü
Thursday August 21st, 2014 - 9:56AM BO
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KAYSERI, TURKEY—IHG has signed Holiday Inn Kayseri – Düvenönü located here. Operating under a franchise agreement with Ali Sert Otel Tur. Ins. San. Tic. LTD, the new build hotel is due to open in early 2016.
The 161-room hotel will feature six meeting rooms, a gym and three treatment rooms, a rooftop bar and lounge offering panoramic views, as well as Holiday Inn’s signature Open Lobby.
Occupying a location in Kayseri’s city centre, Holiday Inn Kayseri – Düvenönü is near to the city’s cultural and historical attractions including Gevher Nesibe Hastahanesi and the Archaeological Museum, as well as the trading centre. A large number of offices are within walking distance from the hotel and it is also well connected by train.
“Kayseri is a growing city and Holiday Inn Kayseri - Düvenönü is well positioned to offer quality accommodation at a reasonable price to business clientele and tourists here,” said Yalin Yaltiraki, director of development, Turkey, IHG. “This hotel is going to be an excellent representation of the brand and we’re very much looking forward to working with Ali Sert and his team.”
Ali Sert, owner of Ali Sert Otel Tur. Ins. San. Tic. LTD stated, “We’re very excited to be developing our first hotel with IHG. The Holiday Inn brand has a great reputation in the industry and this hotel will offer guests a comfortable night’s stay in modern surroundings in Kayseri.”
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