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Radisson Blu plants flag in Nagpur city
Singapore, June 14, 2012
 

CARLSON Rezidor Hotel Group has opened the 214-key Radisson Blu Hotel Nagpur in the Indian state of Maharashtra.


The hotel, located minutes from Nagpur city’s main commercial and business zones including the Mihan special economic zone, has over 10,000m2 of event space which can accommodate up to 1,000 people. The space comprises a ballroom that spans 1,200m2, with two collapsible partitions to divide the hall into three meeting rooms, as well as three boardrooms, a business centre and a business-class lounge.

 

Other facilities in the hotel include a spa, a fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, and a variety of dining options such as Ethyl Bar and Lounge, Cakewalk Tea lounge and Pastry Shop, The Creative Kitchen, Ni Hao and Indya Oye.

 

Simon Barlow, president, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Asia-Pacific, said the company, which has been operating in India for 14 years, would have 100 operating hotels in India by 2015.

 

“We have just signed a strategic partnership with Bestech Hospitalities to develop our Park Inn by Radisson brand in north and central India, and the newly opened Radisson Blu Hotel Nagpur will be the fifth property that we are managing for Bestech,” Barlow said.

 

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