Wed, 26 June 2019

Radisson Signs First Collection Hotel in Asia Pacific

The first Radisson Collection hotel in Asia Pacific will be located in Australia's alluring Blue Mountains.

Scheduled to open in 2023, the Imperial Hotel, a Radisson Collection Hotel, will mark the rebirth of one of Australia's first great 'tourist hotels', which opened in 1878 and has hosted Prime Ministers and royalty, including King George V and George VI.

The original Imperial Hotel building will now be restored to its former glory and a collection of stylish chalets will be built in the property's 1.85-acre grounds.

Radisson signs its first Collection hotel in Asia Pacific. Click to enlarge.

Upon reopening, the hotel will feature 60 keys, an all-day dining restaurant, a lobby lounge, bar, gastro-pub and a fitness center.A ballroom, outdoor terrace and marquee will create for events and weddings.

The hotel is easily accessible within a one hour and forty-five minutes' drive from downtown Sydney via the Great Western Highway that connects the city with the Central West Region of New South Wales.

"The regional launch of the Radisson Collection, our newest brand, represents an important milestone in our Asia Pacific expansion strategy. Blending history with contemporary style and intuitive hospitality, this storied hotel is destined to become a genuine local landmark, whilst also complementing our existing hotels in Australia. We look forward to creating a vibrant epicenter for visitors and the local community in the Blue Mountains. This will write a new chapter in the tale of this Australian icon," said Katerina Giannouka, President, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group.

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