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Carlson signs New Radisson Plaza Hotel in China

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 13 February 2009

Carlson Hotels has signed a management agreement with Chinese real estate developer Shenyang New Times Hotels Co., Ltd. for a new Radisson Plaza hotel in Chinas fifth largest city.

Scheduled to open in 2012, the Radisson Plaza Hotel Shenyang Hunnan is the latest addition to Carlsons rapidly expanding portfolio of properties under development in China. The group recently also signed an agreement to manage the Radisson Plaza Hotel Sanya Lu Hui Tou. Radisson Plaza is the premium extension of Radisson Hotels & Resorts.

The new 320-room hotel will be located in Shenyangs Central Business District area and close to the Shenyang International Exhibition Centre.

Madam Lv, chairwoman, Shenyang New Times Hotels Co., Ltd., said, This hotel, when completed, will be part of the upcoming Hunnan New District which is being developed as a key commercial centre in Shenyang city. This presents the property with tremendous opportunities to attract the corporate travel segment, as many multinational companies have already invested in the zone.

Carlson currently has six properties under development in China including the Radisson Plaza Hotel Tianjin which will open by mid this year. Overall, the group has over 12,000 rooms under development in Asia Pacific and plans to double its regional portfolio over four years, between 2008 and 2012, with a focus on key markets such as China, India, Thailand and the South Pacific.

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