Weekly hotel openings roundup - the Philippines, Russia and England

The Radisson brand has seen two openings in Russia and the Philippines this week, and a new hotel opened in the historic city of Windsor in England. Other openings included properties in Vietnam, Mexico and Argentina.

Radisson Blu Cebu
Cebu, Philippines

The 400-room Radisson Blu Cebu marks a key milestone for the Carlson-owned brand, its first hotel in Asia Pacific. The hotel features two restaurants, a cafe/cocktail bar, an 800-square meter free-form pool and free wireless internet access, plus a 1,200-person ballroom.
http://www.radissonblu.com/

Radisson Hotel Kaliningrad
Kaliningrad, Russia

The brand-new Radisson Kaliningrad offers 178 guestrooms, an all-day restaurant and lobby lounge bar, Radisson's new business class rooms and shops within the hotel complex.
http://www.rezidor.com

InterContinental Mendoza
Mendoza, Argentina

InterContinental's new 15-storey hotel is the second for the brand in Argentina and offers 180 guestrooms, including 24 suites. Amenities include a full-service spa named Deyabu, swimming pool, gym and restaurant.
http://www.intercontinental.com

Macdonald Windsor Hotel
Windsor, United Kingdom

The luxury Macdonald Windsor offer 120 bedrooms in the heart of the historic town of Windsor - guests can enjoy suites with balconies that offer views over Windsor Castle and the Caley's restaurant on the high street.
http://www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/

Movenpick Hotel Saigon
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Swiss hotelier Movenpick has celebrated the reopening of its Ho Chi Minh property following a $15 million (€11 million) upgrade. Facilities include three restaurants, one of the largest wine lists in Vietnam, a wellness center and ceiling-to-floor windows in rooms.
http://www.moevenpick-hotels.com

Hotel Matilda
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Offering 32 rooms and suites with marble floors, 400-thread-count-linens and art by acclaimed Mexico City photographer Eduardo Zaylan, Hotel Matilda is a hotly anticipated boutique hotel in one of Mexico's key tourist destinations. Guests can enjoy a 4,700 square foot (436 square meter) spa, indoor and patio restaurant, an infinity pool and a contemporary art collection.
http://www.hotelmatilda.com

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