Radisson Blu at Manchester Airport undergoes £10m revamp

31 May 2013 by GrahamSmith
A £10 million refurbishment project has begun at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport. The hotel, which originally opened in 1998, is being completely overhauled in three phases. The first, and largest, phase is already underway and will be completed this year. It will see the transformation of the hotel's reception and lobby area, restaurant and bar, 120 business class bedrooms and suites, and the airport's largest functions and events area, including all 27 meeting rooms. Radisson Blu Manchester Hotel new lobby The large-scale project will touch all core elements of the property over the next two years. The hotel's restaurant will double in size with three unique zones and boasting panoramic airport views. Richard Moore, Carlson Rezidor, area vice president UK & Ireland, said: "This is an exciting time for the hotel and we are delighted to be able to put such a considerable amount of investment into this flagship property. "The level of detail in the design and the thought processes behind the food and drink concept will create a real destination for our guests and the airport community." For more information, visit Report by Graham Smith
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