Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts has announced the launching of its new concept Swissôtel Living. The first property to use this concept will be Swissôtel The Bosphorus hotel in Istanbul.
The new design of guestrooms includes apartment style settlings. The hotel features 63 rooms of new type. Here guests can choose from spacious studios to 3-bed rooms with wide specter of services provided by the hotel. The rooms, the hotel management uses the word “unit” to name them, can be rented for a long period – starting from 1 month and up to 1 year. The rent will also be different – from 600 to 4000 of Euro. Swissôtel representatives tell this concept will be used in other residences owned by the company.
All units are designed by Kuan Chew, who has created spacious apartments with panoramic views of the Bosphorus. This designer is also known by working over the famous Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. For Swissôtel she chose quite unusual architecture with everything important for a modern living. All apartments are equipped by LCD TV (home cinema is more expensive units) and have a bathroom and a kitchen. If you don’t want to cook, you can have meals in the communal lounge. A Library is also located there. All visitors have access to these facilities, while the tenants of Swissôtel The Bosphorus can also visit a terrace and a pool located at the roof of the hotel.
Among other services provided by this 5-star hotel in Istanbul are Amrita Spa & Wellness, indoor and outdorr pools, tennis courts, a business center, several gardens, a roomservice and more. By the way, these services are absolutely free for the tenants of Swissôtel Living.