Tourism Minister opens Sheraton Adana

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Ömer Çelik has attended the opening ceremony of Sheraton Adana; 10th Starwood Hotels & Resorts property in Turkey.

Michael Wale; President for Europe, Africa & Middle East for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide said that they are very happy to partner with SERKA Turizm A.Ş., an Adalı Holding Company.


The new Sheraton Adana Hotel is located on the bank of the Seyhan River in the center of Adana, Turkey’s fifth largest city located in the southern region of the country.


The hotel with its modern architecture already became a landmark in the city with its iconic architecture inspired by local cultural and heritage elements.


“The launch of our most iconic brand in Adana allows us to meet the growing demand for internationally-branded hotel accommodations in this fast-emerging city and we are excited to offer a new gathering place for the local community and global travelers.”

Sheraton Adana is located 4.5 kilometers from Adana Şakirpaşa Airport. The hotel is within walking distance of Merkez Park and in proximity to Optimum Outlet, the city’s most central shopping mall.

The 17-storey Sheraton Adana has 240 rooms including 18 suites, all offering an excellent sleep experience with signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper® beds. In addition, guests staying in Sheraton Club rooms have access to the Sheraton Club Lounge on the 10th floor to enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails with stunning views over the Seyhan River and Sabancı Merkez Mosque, Turkey’s largest mosque with its six minarets.

Guests can enjoy a range of cuisines – including the local specialty, the Adana Kebab – with restaurant options ranging from all day dining restaurant La Spezia offering international and Turkish cuisine to signature seafood restaurant Villa Mare which serves seafood accompanied with a view over the Seyhan River and the city of Adana. In addition, the Link Café has a menu of homemade sweet delights accompanying afternoon tea while the Brook Bar offers refreshing cocktails by the pool.

Score Fitness, the hotel’s fitness facility features a sauna, steam room and Turkish hammam for optimum relaxation. Guests can also enjoy wellness, beauty, massage and spa programmes in one of the eight treatment rooms in Puri Spa. For business or major events including weddings, the banquet area of Sheraton Adana offers more than 2,000 square metres with a ceiling height of 11 metres featuring a Grand Ball Room and a Junior Ball Room. The Grand Ball Room spans 1,000 square metres and can accommodate up to 700 guests. A boardroom and four conference rooms complement the offer for smaller group meetings.

Starwood will enter the emerging coastal city of Samsun with a Sheraton hotel as well as open Sheraton Istanbul Atasehir on the Asian side of the city in 2015, reinforcing Turkey’s position as one of the largest markets in Europe for the Sheraton brand. The company will also introduce the St. Regis and the Four Points by Sheraton brands into Turkey with The St. Regis Istanbul and Four Points by Sheraton Istanbul Batisehir Hotel next year, further expanding Starwood’s presence to seven hotels in the dynamic gateway city.

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