Radisson Collection: Expanding Luxury Lifestyle Hospitality Sphere

Radisson Collection brand

RADISSON COLLECTION: LUXURY BRAND EXPANDS WITH NEW PROPERTIES AND UPGRADES GLOBALLY. FROM HISTORIC CONVERSIONS TO CULINARY EXCELLENCE, RADISSON COLLECTION ELEVATES LUXURY LIFESTYLE HOSPITALITY.

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Radisson Hotel Group’s Radisson Collection brand, known for its luxury lifestyle accommodations, has rapidly grown since its launch four years ago. Currently, it operates 32 resorts across 19 countries, spanning Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa.

Looking ahead to 2023, the brand aims to continue its success and legacy by introducing new properties that reflect the essence of their respective destinations. These additions will solidify the brand’s position in the luxury lifestyle hospitality industry.

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Each hotel within the brand offers a unique experience, emphasizing local dining, art, and cultural immersion. These sought-after locations are spread across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa.

READ: Radisson Hotel Group Expands African Portfolio with Seven New Hotels in 2023

Radisson Collection Portfolio: Conversion Highlights

Several noteworthy conversion projects are scheduled for completion in the coming year, showcasing the brand’s commitment to revitalizing historical sites.

Radisson Collection, Santa Sofia Milan – A notable transformation is taking place at the former Allianz Italy headquarters, which will soon become the Radisson Collection, Santa Sofia Milan. This 160-room hotel will beautifully blend the building’s historical elements with modern design. Guests can look forward to a rooftop pool, fine dining restaurant, and a 4th-floor outdoor wellness terrace.

Radisson Collection Hotel, Basilica Budapest – In Hungary’s capital city, St. Stephen’s Square will house the Radisson Collection Hotel, Basilica Budapest. This converted site will offer 71 guestrooms and suites, a fitness center, a restaurant, a lobby bar, and a rooftop bar, set to open in January 2023.

Radisson Collection Resort, Galle – On the picturesque shores of Sri Lanka, the Radisson Collection Resort, Galle, will provide an exclusive luxury experience. This seaside destination will feature authentic local activities and cuisine, immersing guests in the region’s vibrant culture.

Radisson Collection Portfolio: Upgrade Archetypes

In addition to new properties, existing sites within the Brand’s portfolio are undergoing upgrades to enhance guest experiences.

Radisson Collection Royal Astorija Hotel, Vilnius – The Royal Astorija Hotel in Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, is undergoing a comprehensive renovation. This project will modernize the property while paying homage to its rich Baroque architectural heritage dating back to 1901, ensuring a luxurious accommodation experience.

Cour des Loges Lyon, A Radisson Collection Hotel – France’s Lyon will soon welcome the Cour des Loges Lyon. This boutique hotel is currently undergoing a luxury elevation, including a renovation of the renowned Michelin-starred restaurant Les Loges. Guests will have the opportunity to dine within a stunning Florentine courtyard beneath a magnificent 17-meter-high glass canopy.

Carbone Restaurant at Mansard Riyadh – Mansard Riyadh, A Radisson Collection Hotel in the Saudi Arabian capital, is set to introduce an outpost of New York’s Michelin-starred Carbone restaurant in 2023. This culinary addition will provide guests with an exceptional dining experience.

 

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