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Carlson Hotels signs Radisson Hotel in the Maldives

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Thursday, 20 March 2008

Carlson Hotels is to open its first Radisson hotel in the Maldives in early 2010. The 250-room hotel will be located on the island of Hulhumale, north of the capital Male.

Radisson Hotel Maldives Hulhumale, owned by public-listed local conglomerate State Trading Organisation PLC, will be designed as an urban resort primarily for the conference and meetings market, as well as for transient guests arriving and leaving the island. It will also be connected by land to the international airport and seaplane terminal.

"This new development aligns with our expansion strategy to grow in key business and leisure destinations in the region. It will be the second hotel under development in the Maldives that will be managed by our group. We are also opening a luxury Regent resort in the Maldives later this year," said Martin Rinck, President and Managing Director, Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific.

Radisson Hotel Maldives Hulhumale will have an all day dining restaurant with views of the ocean, a retail outlet and a private jetty. It will also have extensive ballroom and banqueting facilities, capitalizing on the growing Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) market.

"The events market is growing steadily due to strong economic performance in the region, with a special high demand for meetings and  incentive facilities in resort locations. This will be the only international hotel in the vicinity of Male with specially designed conference services," added Rinck.

The hotel will also offer a business centre and health club including a gym and spa as well as a swimming pool and easy access to beach facilities.

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