Retaj Hotels and Hospitality to manage Retaj Inn Yalova in Turkey

Retaj Inn Yalova

Following a partnership with Beytturk Company, Retaj Hotels & Hospitality has shed light on plans to manage a new property in Turkey – Retaj Inn Yalova.

Chairman, Retaj Group, Sheikh Nayef bin Eid Al-Thani enthused on the news: “The partnership between Retaj Hotels and Hospitality and Beytturk Company comes from the premise of the distinguished Turkish-Qatari relations that sincerely express the size and level of ties that link the two peoples and whose foundations were laid by Prince of Qatar, HH Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani and President of the Republic of Turkey, HE Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has contributed to elevating the ties between the two brotherly countries to wider horizons.”

Eid Al-Thani explained that Retaj aims to be a key player in strengthening and developing these relations.

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Retaj Inn Yalova consists of 645 units, including hotel studios, apartments and villas, in the picturesque Turkish city of Yalova. The first phase of the hotel will begin with the launch of 250 keys, and by the end of 2020, the hotel will reach its full capacity.

During a signing ceremony held in Qatar, CEO, Retaj Hotels and Hospitality, Medhat Nouby said: “The world is continuously developing and so is Retaj. [We] work to keep abreast of successive developments in hospitality concepts around the world by providing an authentic Arabian and Halal hospitality model in a modern concept. This is what differentiates us from other renowned brands worldwide.”

Meanwhile, chairman, Beytturk Company, Engin Barman enthused on the signing: “The Retaj Hotels brand has received admiration and demand in Turkey, as is the case in the State of Qatar. We are aware of the message that we carry through this cooperation and we will continue to implement new investments, and, thanks to this agreement, we will provide real estate investors with continuous revenue earning. We believe that this agreement will be the first step for cooperation and friendships that we will implement in the future, and we hope to open new doors together.”