The Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham, a landmark hotel in the heart of the city centre, has celebrated its sixth anniversary in style, with over 100 guests enjoying an Italian themed party at the hotel.
Many of Birmingham’s finest, including the Lord Mayor Cllr Anita Ward, were on hand to share in the celebrations of one of the city’s premier hotels.
In tribute to the popular movie ‘The Italian Job’, guests were greeted on arrival by blue, red and white Mini’s at the hotel’s entrance. Super stylish Lambretta and Vespa scooters were loaned to the hotel to further celebrate and embrace all things Italian. Inside the party, guests entertained themselves on Formula One stimulators, testing their mettle behind the wheels of a Ferrari in a Top Gear-style “Filini challenge”. Meanwhile, Amore Voce, the Italian pop-opera singers with a name that translates as “love voice”, provided the evening’s entertainment with some striking sounds.
The Italian flavour continued through the food and beverages on offer for guests, with Jonathan Parnell, Head Chef of ‘Filini’, the hotel’s authentic Italian restaurant in Birmingham, serving up delicious treats including homemade pizza, mini risottos and selections of Italian breads and olives.
Christopher Pike, General Manager of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham, said: “We are all extremely excited to be celebrating our 6th year of business in the city and it is great to be able to celebrate in style with so many of our valued guests and clients, it has been a great six years with some challenges along the way but we are extremely proud to be here and look forward to many more successful years in this wonderful city,”
One happy chap at the end of the evening was the lucky winner of the hotels Formula One “Filini Challenge” who achieved the fastest recorded lap on the Formula One Stimulators, in a hotly contested competition, winning a VIP stay in the hotel’s impressive Presidential Suite in the process.