Mövenpick Living Camlivadi will open in October in Istanbul.
Accor will soon offer two extended stay accommodations in Istanbul under the Mövenpick Living brand. As the French group gradually expands the “extended stay” variations of its hotel brands – Novotel Living or Pullman Living
among others – , the French hotelier will add two new addresses within one of the major projects underway in Turkey’s main metropolis, Vadistanbul, developed by, among others, the real estate group Artaş, Accor’s partner in this development.
Opened in 2017, this vast shopping mall on the European side – and linked by monorail to Istanbul’s metro network – offers a wide selection of restaurants and cafes, brand-name stores and entertainment venues such as theaters and concert halls. Guests of the aparthotels will be able to access these amenities via a shuttle service.
The Mövenpick Living Çamlivadi will offer 65 apartments for business travelers who stay in Istanbul for long periods of time. This first opening will be followed in November 2023 by the opening of Mövenpick Living Saklivadi, an urban residence with 164 apartments. “We are pleased to have Mövenpick, an international brand managed by Accor, in our Çamlivadi and Saklivadi projects built under our main brand, European Residences,”
said Süleyman Çetinsaya, chairman of the Artaş Group.
Both facilities will consist of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, as well as penthouses. In addition to a laundry service, residents will be able to enjoy a restaurant with breakfast buffet service a laundry, an indoor pool, a sauna and a gym, and for nomadic professionals who love horseback riding, an indoor and outdoor riding arena.
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