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Starwood Signs First Four Points Hotel in Turkey

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Starwood has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Turkey with the signing of a Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Istanbul.

The new-build, Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Dudullu, scheduled to open at the end of 2014, will mark the entry of the Four Points by Sheraton brand into Turkey, and will be the first Starwood hotel to open on the Asian side of Istanbul.

Located in IMES, Turkeys largest industrial area in Dudullu, Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Dudullu will be a 20-minute drive from Sabiha Gokcen Airport with direct access to the Trans-European Motorway (TEM) and the Bosporus Bridge.

 The 182-room property will be one of the largest hotels on the Asian side of Istanbul, providing a convenient business option for the 1,000-plus companies in its surrounding area.

Part of a multi-use complex and adjacent to a large wholesale store, Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Dudullu will have an all-day dining restaurant, bar and fitness centre. Event facilities will include four meeting rooms and three small boardrooms.

The hotel will feature all of the brands signature elements including breakfast, the Four Comfort Bed and free bottled water in all rooms and suites, complimentary Wi-Fi in all public areas, and local beers with Best Brews.

The interior design of the hotel has been awarded to Kreatif Mimarlik, a renowned Turkish consultancy with extensive hotel design experience.

Michael Wale, President, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Europe, Africa and Middle East, said, The hotel will mark Starwoods entry into the Asian side of Istanbul and become an ideal leisure spot to watch the most exciting sporting events while enjoying a fine selection of local brews.

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