Mücahitler Mahallesi Sani Konukoğlu Bulvarı No:90 Şehitkamil Gaziantep 27090
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Divan Suites Gaziantep
Divan Suites Gaziantep celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Turkey’s Southeast region with authentic décor featuring original wall art and ceiling painting in traditional styles by talented artisans. From the beaten copper accents and crystal chandeliers in the lobby to the gold-leaf and scenes of historic Gaziantep that adorn the guest rooms, the Divan Suites Gaziantep captures the region’s rich heritage as major destination along the Silk Road and an important trading centre during the Byzantine and Ottoman eras. The first Divan Suites hotel in Turkey, Divan Suites Gaziantep’s exotic ambiance is the perfect setting for business or leisure travel in Gaziantep, featuring 107 guestrooms and a Presidential Suite that combine quality, comfort and luxury. Located close to the city centre and providing easy access to Gaziantep International Airport, the Divan Suites Gaziantep’s location on the legendary Silk Road makes it an exceptional base for exploring this exotic city. Fully-equipped with the latest technology, Divan Suites Gaziantep also provides excellent options for outstanding events and unforgettable weddings, offering spacious, fully-equipped meeting rooms and a 250 square metre (2,670 sq.ft.) ballroom. For unwinding after a long day or a get together with friends or colleagues the Cafe Divan and Lobby Lounge & Bar offer relaxing settings and extensive menus featuring a tempting combination of Divan classics and local specialties.
Divan Suites Gaziantep is located on the legendary Silk Road, the storied trade route along which caravans transported luxuries from East to West, precious cargoes of spices, incense, silks and more. Today, the Divan Suites Gaziantep continues that tradition as an excellent base for business and leisure travellers in the city, ideally situated just 1.3 kilometres (3/4 mile) from the city centre and with excellent access to the business district and major organised industrial zones. Gaziantep International Airport, which is 23 kilometres (14 miles) away, can be reached in just 25 minutes by car.
Gaziantep, formerly known as Antep, is a city that combines a rich history stretching back well over 2,000 years with a vibrant present as one of Turkey’s fastest-growing economic centres. A key trading post on what came to be known as the Silk Road, the present-day city dates back to the Hittite era and was an important mercantile centre under a series of empires, including the Akkadians, Assyrians, Urartians, Babylonians, Persians, Macedonians, Parthians, Romans, Byzantines, Sassanids, Seljuks and Ottomans. The city is famed for its covered bazaars, where artisans practice the traditional art of copper-smithing for which Gaziantep is rightly famous. As you stroll the narrow lanes of its bazaars, you will find your strides begin to match rhythmic song of the smiths’ hammers as they beat intricate designs into fine copperware, everything from Turkish coffee pots to ornate trays to vases and even wall clocks. When you are ready for a break, sit down at a café and sample some of the pistachio baklava for which Gaziantep is renowned while you survey the exotic city-scape dominated by the Gaziantep Citadel, built by the Romans, restored in the 6th century A.D. by the Emperor Justinian and then largely rebuilt by the Seljuk Turks in the 12th and 13th centuries. From there, take a short taxi ride to the Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum, home to some of the finest Roman mosaics in existence, including the famous “Gypsy Girl”, “Statue of Mars the God of War” and the “Birth of Venus”.