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Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol gets upgrade

Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol gets upgrade

9 April 2011 Press Release Hotel News

The final phase of the hotel’s construction started in June 2010 and was officially completed just before Christmas. Customers have already given excellent feedback about the hotel’s new look.

Radisson Edwardian faces tribunal

Radisson Edwardian faces tribunal

2 April 2011 Hotel News

An age discrimination claim has been made against the Radisson Edwardian hotel group by a former employee who alleges the hotel boss wanted ‘younger and sexy’, according to reports in The Telegraph.

Fusing fashion with hospitality to create the perfect partnership

Fusing fashion with hospitality to create the perfect partnership

25 November 2010 Focus

Luxury hotel guests are not just looking for somewhere spectacular to stay, they are looking for an unrivalled experience. At London’s May Fair Hotel, partnerships with key fashion, film and art form the cornerstone of its strategy to give guests that extra something.

Carlson Continues its Strategic Expansion in India with the Opening of its 30th Hotel

Carlson Continues its Strategic Expansion in India with the Opening of its 30th Hotel

27 July 2010 Press Release Hotel News

Carlson, a privately held, global hospitality and travel company, today announced the further expansion of its India portfolio with the opening of its 30th hotel, the 201-room Radisson Hotel Indore. Situated in the business hub of Indore, the hotel is a 20-minute drive from the Devi Ahilyabai airport and 25 kilometres from the industrial centres of Dewas and Pithampur, one of Asia’s largest industrial areas.

Radisson is Europe’s largest Upscale Hotel Brand

Radisson is Europe’s largest Upscale Hotel Brand

30 March 2010 Press Release Hotel News

Radisson is Europe’s number one! With 170 hotels and a total of 38,079 rooms across the continent, Radisson is Europe’s largest upscale hotel brand – unifying Radisson Blu and Radisson Edwardian hotels and leaving Hilton International with 146 hotels and 37,806 rooms as well as Marriott with 86 hotels and 20,806 rooms behind (source: “Upscale Brands Top 10 in Europe” by MKG Hospitality, Paris).