Radisson Hotel Group to expand brand in China
Radisson Ningbo Beilun will be the fourth Radisson hotel in Mainland China, joining existing properties in Shanghai, Suzhou and Tianjin.
Radisson Hotel Group will expand the Radisson brand in China with the Radisson Ningbo Beilun in Ningbo, Zhejiang province.
The new-build Radisson Ningbo Beilun hotel is in the city's Beilun distrct and free trade zone. The port city hotel near one of China's largest international ports will have 230 guestrooms and suites.
The property, which is slated to open in the third quarter of 2018 in partnership with Ningbo Zhong Qing Chuang Cultural Plaza Development, will be part of the INSHOW City mixed-use commercial complex. The 21-story hotel will be next to commercial offices, dining outlets, retail malls, parks, a media broadcasting base, major expressways, Ningbo Lishe International Airport, the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport. A few attractions nearby include Harbor Land Theme Park, Jiufeng Mountain, Yangshashan Seaside Resort, China Port Museum and Ancient Asoka Temple.
“Ningbo is the perfect fit for the internationally renowned Radisson brand. The city’s emerging industrial sector and the success of the vast Ningbo International Port also make it one of Asia’s dynamic cities and a key business hub. Radisson Ningbo Beilun will cater to these sectors, fulfilling the rising demand for international upscale accommodation for business travelers,” Katerina Giannouka, president, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group, said in a statement.
The launch of Radisson Ningbo Beilun falls in line with the Radisson brand's expansion plans across Asia-Pacific. This growth will focus on fast-growing cities in some of Asia’s largest and most populous countries, including China, India and Indonesia.
Radisson Ningbo Beilun will be the fourth Radisson hotel in Mainland China, joining existing properties in Shanghai, Suzhou and Tianjin. The signing also marks Radisson Hotel Group’s entry into Ningbo in the Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone.
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