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Radisson Blu to open Geneva property in 2021

Radisson Blu to open Geneva property in 2021

Radisson Blu has confirmed plans to open a new business and conference property in Geneva.

The new Radisson Blu Hotel, Geneva will be located between the city centre and airport and is scheduled to open in 2021.

The Geneva-based HRS Real Estate company will be responsible for the development and realization of the project.

Burckhardt+Partner, one of Switzerland’s leading architectural and planning enterprises are appointed architects of the building.

The hotel will offer 250 modern guestrooms and suites, embracing the brand’s dynamic new “BluPrint” interior design scheme.


“BluPrint” combines typical design classics with made-to-measure furnishings and fabrics, adapted to local aspects of architecture and culture.

“We have been eyeing a strategic asset in Geneva for a long time and we are delighted with our latest addition,” says Elie Younes, chief development officer of The Rezidor Hotel Group.

“As headquarters of United Nations and the Red Cross, Geneva is a global hub for diplomacy and banking.

“This project fills one of the strategic geographic white spots in Europe and will further strengthen our leading presence in Europe with our upper upscale brand, Radisson Blu.

“We are grateful to our Swiss partners and investors for the trust and confidence they have shown in Rezidor to bring this beautiful hotel to Geneva.”

The new Radisson Blu also features a spacious 350m2 ballroom, eight meeting rooms and eight top-quality boardrooms, all inter-linked and easily accessible via a centrally-situated foyer.

The extensive conference facilities reflect the new hotel’s strong focus on the business travel market and event tourism.

Other attractions will include an all-day-dining restaurant, hotel bar and lounge with complimentary offers, as well as a 600m2 health zone with a fitness centre and wellness spa area.

Arno Schwalie, Area Vice President Central & Southern Europe of the Rezidor Hotel Group, added: “As the hotels in Zurich, Basel, Lucerne and St. Gallen have shown, Radisson Blu has already gained a solid and reliable reputation in Switzerland, not only in the business travel sector, but also among weekend leisure guests and city tourists.

“With an optimal combination of made-to-measure meeting and event offers and personalized hospitality, we are confident of attracting an international clientele to Radisson Blu also in Geneva. Our future guests can look forward to distinctive hotel design that harmonizes form and function.”