Wyndham outlines 20-strong Turkish pipeline


The group has plans for further expansion in 2023 and has already reached 105 open and operating hotels in the Middle Eastern nation.

Fifth largest footprint

Wyndham’s portfolio in Türkiye is now  its fifth largest market globally by hotel count, for a company whose network covers approximately 9,100 hotels spanning more than 95 countries.

This includes hotels in more than 45 cities and sought-after destinations across the country, ranging from economy to upper-upscale accommodation options.

Istanbul inclusions

Additional hotels expected to open in the Turkish metropolis of Istanbul by the end of 2023 include Wyndham Istanbul Old City. This will feature 138 spacious guestrooms, a contemporary spa and wellness area with indoor and outdoor pools, as well as traditional Turkish baths.

Another addition will be Operla Airport Hotels, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, located only 5 km from the New Istanbul Airport. It will feature 65 rooms combining elegant interiors and comfort, in-room dining service with an international menu, as well as an all-day restaurant.

Plus Ramada by Wyndham Istanbul Pera will open in a lively and historical district, close to the famous Galata Tower and Istiklal street. The 200-key property will feature leisure amenities including a specialty restaurant serving local delicacies, as well as a Turkish hamam and spa.

Exciting destinations

In 2022, Türkiye received over 51 million inbound visitors and is targeting 60 million travellers in 2023. The country remains a leading performer amongst European markets with strong occupancy rates driven by both domestic and international demand.

Dimitris Manikis, president EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “Together with our talented team based in Istanbul, we remain committed to expanding our offerings and look forward to building on our success with our trusted hotel partners in one of the world’s most exciting destinations.”

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