The Rezidor Hotel Group has signed the Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo, Moscow.
The new property is the latest addition to the group’s portfolio of 35 hotels in Russia including 21 Park Inn by Radisson properties with 5,400 rooms.
The hotel will be operated under a franchise agreement.
The 109-room Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo will open its doors in quarter one of 2017.
The hotel will offer an all-day restaurant Park Cafe and terrace, a Park Bar, gym and divisible meeting rooms.
Elie Younes, chief development officer of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, said: “We are committed to maintaining and strengthening our market-leading position in Russia together with our partners.
“We are looking forward to opening the new Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo in early 2017.
“Our fourth Park Inn by Radisson hotel in Moscow will showcase the best of our mid-market brand and its hospitality.”
The hotel is well situated in the eastern district of Moscow, within close proximity to Izmailovo – one of the largest parks in Moscow, and easy access to Moscow’s major tourist attractions.
Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo is extremely well-connected for business travellers and vacationers; 28 kilometres to the North-West of Sheremetyevo airport and just eight kilometres West of Three Stations Square where Yaroslavski, Leningradski and Kazanski train stations are located.
Luybov Rudnykh, general manager of the property, added: “We are delighted to open The Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo in Moscow.
“The Park Inn by Radisson brand is well-known to Russian and international guests for its colorful, dynamic, midscale proposition providing a hassle-free and easy hotel experience.
“Friendly, positive, vibrant, uncomplicated; Park Inn by Radisson Izmailovo will deliver successfully on the brand’s high standards and add colour to all our guests’ stays.”
As one of the oldest cities in Russia, Moscow is one of the most visited.
Every year, its rich history and culture as well as a thriving business community attract millions of international and domestic visitors.