DoubleTree by Hilton Expands Presence in Turkey
Tuesday May 27th, 2014 - 12:33PM PB
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MALATYA, TURKEY—DoubleTree by Hilton Malatya, a 202-room, 18-story new-build hotel located here, recently opened.
Situated 17 miles from Malatya Airport, DoubleTree by Hilton Malatya is in close proximity to historical and cultural attractions of the region, including Mount Nemrut, A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Aslantepe Ruins and Malatya Castle.
DoubleTree by Hilton Malatya is situated and designed to welcome business and leisure guests alike. With a spa and health club including a 24-hour fitness center, two massage rooms, steam room, sauna, Turkish bath, sun terrace as well as an indoor pool.
Drawing on local culinary traditions as well as world cuisine, guests will be able to dine in The Meliddu Restaurant, which offers delicacies from Malatya prepared by Executive Chef Onur Şen. The venue offers views of Beydağı from the Teras Bar & Grill.
Equipped with meeting facilities and modern technology, DoubleTree by Hilton Malatya provides two function rooms, which can be divided into various sections to accommodate different styles of meetings and events. Located on the 18th floor, one of these boardroom-style meeting rooms offers city views and connects to the rooftop terrace. The hotel also offers an 8,880-sq.-ft. ballroom for larger occasions.
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