Book private business package starting from 89 EUR at Divan Suites Istanbul GPlus, Istanbul.
– Complimentary buffet breakfast
– Private welcome and transfer service from Ataturk Airport to hotel
– Free upgrade to suite room upon availability or complimentary bottle of wine (upon your choice)
Divan Express Baku
Divan Express Baku is situated at the heart of this capital's transformation into the Dubai of the Caspian, a city hotel in the best sense, integrated into the life of this capital but separate enough to give guests a sense of seclusion and privacy. Just 16 minutes from Heydar Aliyev International Airport, the hotel is 6 minutes by metro and 15 minutes by car from the business district and historic Baku. In the centre of the new Baku, Divan Express Baku is adjacent to this dynamic city's signature structure, the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre. An architectural tour de force designed by the world-renowned Zaha Hadid Architects whose fluid form captures the energy and potential of Azerbaijan, the outline of the building emerges by the folding of the landscape's topography and the wrapping of the Centre's individual functions, including a conference hall with three auditoriums, a library and a museum.
Divan Istanbul City
Centrally located in the centre of Istanbul's modern business district, Divan Istanbul City has been specifically designed with the needs of the executive traveller in mind and is designed to provide guests with an optimal combination of convenience, comfort and superior facilities. Combining clean, modern style with a functionally elegant approach to accommodations, our 4 star hotel in Istanbul offers business and leisure travellers warm, friendly efficient service and outstanding value for money.
The Çukurhan hotel is located opposite to the main entrance of the Ankara Citadel, close to the site which was formerly known as the Horse Market, and on the west side of the present Çengelhan Rahmi M. Koç Museum. Under the Ottomans, the Han was affiliated to Sheikh ul-islam (the chief religious official in the Ottoman Empire) Ankaravî Mehmed Emin Efendi Foundation.