Weekly hotel openings roundup - the Philippines, Russia and England
Friday 24 September 2010
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
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.
Radisson Hotel Kaliningrad
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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