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Marti Istanbul offering biennial deal

Posted by Paul Kandarian  October 9, 2013 10:48 AM

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The Marti Istanbul Hotel is offering a special “culture package” to celebrate the 13th Istanbul Biennial, which runs through Oct. 20, and fills five venues in the city's downtown, bringing together 88 artists from around the world. The package, which starts at approximately $350 a night, includes the stay, buffet breakfast, half-day sight-seeing tour of Istanbul's old city or a museum pass valid for 72 hours, reflexology massage at SpaSoul, and a box of Turkish treats from the hotel's Gourmet Stop store.

The five-star hotel opened earlier this year in the cultural and commercial heart of the city, with interiors designed by Turkish designer, Zeynep Fadillioglu, and Turkish art. For information, visit www.martiistanbulhotel.com

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