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Mandarin Oriental announces hotel, residences in Istanbul
POSTED 09 Apr 2019 . BY Jane Kitchen
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will manage a second luxury hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. The project, which also features branded residences, is scheduled to open in 2022.

The new development comprises three standalone towers and is located in the exclusive Etiler residential area, close to the city’s central business district.

One of the towers will house Mandarin Oriental Etiler, Istanbul with 158 guestrooms and suites and 16 serviced apartments. The remaining two towers will house 251 Residences at Mandarin Oriental.

UNStudio from Amsterdam has been appointed as the master planner and architect.

The hotel will have a spa and fitness centre, offering the Group’s signature wellness programmes as well as locally inspired treatments and both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental will provide owners with extensive private gardens and impressive views of the Bosphorus. In addition, there will be a full suite of bespoke resident facilities, including two outdoor swimming pools with city skyline views, a fitness centre and six beauty treatment rooms.

The owners and developers of the project are Astaș Holding A.Ş and Yapi & Yapi. This is the Group’s third venture in Turkey with Astaș Holding A.Ş who is the owner of the Group’s two other Turkish properties – the Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum and Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul which is scheduled to open in 2020.

“We are delighted to be announcing a second Mandarin Oriental property in Istanbul, together with an exciting luxury residential project. We look forward to extending further the Group’s presence in one of the world’s most historic and vibrant cities,” said James Riley, group CEO of Mandarin Oriental. “Operating two complementary hotels in a single city is something that the Group has already done successfully in Hong Kong and will soon do in London. We believe there is room for more than just one Mandarin Oriental hotel in certain select destinations around the world.” he added.


 


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09 Apr 2019

Mandarin Oriental announces hotel, residences in Istanbul
BY Jane Kitchen

The new development comprises three standalone towers and is located in the exclusive Etiler residential area, close to the city’s central business district

The new development comprises three standalone towers and is located in the exclusive Etiler residential area, close to the city’s central business district

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will manage a second luxury hotel in Istanbul, Turkey. The project, which also features branded residences, is scheduled to open in 2022.

The new development comprises three standalone towers and is located in the exclusive Etiler residential area, close to the city’s central business district.

One of the towers will house Mandarin Oriental Etiler, Istanbul with 158 guestrooms and suites and 16 serviced apartments. The remaining two towers will house 251 Residences at Mandarin Oriental.

UNStudio from Amsterdam has been appointed as the master planner and architect.

The hotel will have a spa and fitness centre, offering the Group’s signature wellness programmes as well as locally inspired treatments and both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental will provide owners with extensive private gardens and impressive views of the Bosphorus. In addition, there will be a full suite of bespoke resident facilities, including two outdoor swimming pools with city skyline views, a fitness centre and six beauty treatment rooms.

The owners and developers of the project are Astaș Holding A.Ş and Yapi & Yapi. This is the Group’s third venture in Turkey with Astaș Holding A.Ş who is the owner of the Group’s two other Turkish properties – the Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum and Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus, Istanbul which is scheduled to open in 2020.

“We are delighted to be announcing a second Mandarin Oriental property in Istanbul, together with an exciting luxury residential project. We look forward to extending further the Group’s presence in one of the world’s most historic and vibrant cities,” said James Riley, group CEO of Mandarin Oriental. “Operating two complementary hotels in a single city is something that the Group has already done successfully in Hong Kong and will soon do in London. We believe there is room for more than just one Mandarin Oriental hotel in certain select destinations around the world.” he added.





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