The WOW Istanbul Hotels & Convention Centre offers the four-star WOW Airport Hotel, the five-star WOW Istanbul Hotel and the giant 4,000-seating capacity WOW Convention Centre in a single complex.

“We have a total of 635 rooms and along with our new project, a congress center for 6500 people and we have an architectural structure that can fulfill all kinds of accommodation and meeting requests,” said Mr. Ziya Cihan; General Coordinator of WOW Istanbul Hotels & Convention Center to

Ziya Cihan

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Ziya Cihan; General Coordinator of WOW Istanbul Hotels & Convention Center

“With our proximity to Istanbul’s biggest airport, Ataturk Airport, with Yeşilköy having become an important business center for Istanbul in the recent years, and with our proximity to fair centers, we are an establishment preferred by businessmen. Due to our location, we render our services in a wide range from sports clubs to airways passengers” added Mr. Cihan.

With a new investment that WOW Hotels Group has planned to complete in February 2012, 21 new halls are added to WOW Convention Center. In the new project the ceiling height of the highest hall with the telescopic tribune system will be 7 meters, and the total area will be 1200 square meters. The hall that can offer services in a theatre arrangement to 1000 people can be separated into three. The sizes of the other halls in the same complex change between 70 and 225 square meters.

With the expansion the meeting area will go up to 8500 square meters and person capacity to 6500 from 4000. There will also be a VIP hall with resting rooms, study and meeting halls. The recreation areas with entertainment and catering services will also be offered to customers besides the meeting rooms. The total of 34 halls with the new project of 20 million USD cost will contribute significantly to Istanbul’s meeting capacity and not only to the area. With this new Project constructed in WOW Convention Center, Yeşilköy will put forward a big step towards being the 2nd Congress Valley of Istanbul.