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Article from BTNews 16 SEPTEMBER 2019

Radisson Red heads for London

Planned new openings in London next year and Tallinn in 2023 have been announced by the Radisson Hotel Group for its Radisson Red brand as part of a continuing global expansion programme.

A London Greenwich property will be the first to bring what is described as the group’s upscale, lifestyle select-service hotel brand to the capital, joining other UK Radisson Red hotels in Glasgow and Liverpool.

Radisson executive vice president and chief development officer Elie Younes said: “Radisson Red is for those who wish to stand out of the crowd and it now lands in London. Opening in 2020, it perfectly blends business and play around the O2.”

The Tallinn introduction will mark the group’s third hotel brand and fifth property in the city, alongside Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson and will give Radisson Red a presence in all three Baltic capitals.

The Radisson Blu brand has also been setting the place with a newly-redeveloped property in Prague and completion of a major renovation project in Stockholm (BTN 1 July). 

The Prague property has 160 guestrooms and suites while the newly-reopened Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel in Stockholm has had a multi-million-pound refurbishment.  It is one of several Radisson upgrades in an extensive renovation and investment programme in the Nordic region.


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