Radisson has signed a deal to expand its Radisson Blu brand
to Hainan, China.
The new-build Radisson Blu Haikou hotel, will
be located in a Free Trade Zone to be established by
the Chinese government in the thriving island province of Hainan.
Developed by Hainan Daye Industry Co., Ltd, the
48-storey Radisson Blu Haikou will offer uninterrupted views of the
sea of Haikou Bay and is scheduled to open in Q2 2020.
“Radisson Blu Haikou will elevate the level of
upper-upscale accommodation in Haikou, the capital of Hainan
province,” said Katerina Giannouka, President, Asia Pacific,
Radisson Hotel Group. “Hainan has developed rapidly in recent
years and is now a major center of tourism and industry in
southern China. We look forward to introducing the Radisson Blu
brand to the island with this impressive new hotel.”
Radisson Blu Haikou will feature 301 guest rooms and
suites, meeting and event spaces, three restaurants and a lounge
with other facilities including a pool and fully-equipped fitness
delighted to partner with Radisson Hotel Group to introduce the
Radisson Blu brand to Hainan,” said Yang Yinghui, Executive
Vice President of Operations, Hainan Daye Industry Co., Ltd. “With
its prime downtown location, ocean views and state-of-the-art
facilities, we expect this property to become one of Haikou’s most
Haikou is the capital of Hainan, a
major economic, administrative and transportation hub for the
province. It is also a well-established leisure tourism
destination, featuring sandy beaches, a tropical climate and a
liberal entry policy that offers 30 days of visa-free travel to
the citizens of 59 countries.
Radisson Blu Haikou
is located 30 minutes’ drive from Haikou Meilan International
Airport, which is expanding rapidly and already offers extensive domestic connections and
international links to cities including Bangkok, Jakarta,
Singapore, Seoul and Sydney.
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