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Carlson Rezidor Signs Radisson Resort in Tamil Nadu

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Carlson Rezidor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in India with the signing of Radisson Resort Hosur, in Tamil Nadu.

Expected to open in 2018, the Radisson Resort Hosur is a new build hotel that will have 120 guestrooms and suites.

Situated on 12 acres of prime land in a region that is popularly known as ‘Little England’, the hotel will offer scenic views of the area and a man-made lake.

The hotel is adjacent to Pushpam Ranches, a 55-acre, high-end residential township that is being developed by the Pushpam Group. It is less than a 20-minute drive from the Hosur city center and less than 30 minutes away from Electronic City, one of India’s largest electronic industrial parks. Radisson Resort Hosur is also within reach of several industrial and manufacturing hubs, including industrial areas in Hosur, Attibele, Jigni and Bomasandra; and Electronic City.

The hotel will have an all-day dining restaurant as well as a range of amenities and recreational facilities, including a gym and health club, spa, salon, amphitheater, cricket pitch, badminton court, tennis court, golf academy and a driving range.

Radisson Resort Hosur will also have large meeting spaces, including a ballroom, meeting rooms, boardrooms and a business center. The hotel’s sprawling lawns will offer additional outdoor venue options that can accommodate formal and informal events and gatherings.

Carlson Rezidor currently has 117 hotels in operation and under development in India. Its footprint spans 45 cities, including 14 state capitals, and is on track to meet its target of increasing its India portfolio to 170 hotels in operation and under development by 2020.

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