Carlson Rezidor has revealed the Radisson Blu Olympiysky Hotel, Moscow, an upscale property featuring 379 rooms, will welcome the first guests in Q1 of 2017.
The hotel is owned by B&N Group. It will be Carlson Rezidor’s eighth hotel in Moscow — the company now operates and develops more than 2,000 rooms in the Russian capital.
In Russia, CIS and the Baltics, Carlson Rezidor currently operates 59 hotels with 15,200 rooms and has 18 hotels with 3,250 rooms under development. The group’s operating room count is twice as high as its nearest competitor.
The Radisson Blu Olympiyski Hotel, Moscow is located just north of the city centre — adjacent to the Olympic sports arenas built for the 1980 games. The hotel is part of a 75,000sqm multifunctional development which will rise 125m into the Muscovite skyline.
Besides 379 guest rooms with Radisson Blu signature services, the property will comprise of a restaurant, a bar on the ground floor and a panorama floor. Business travellers benefit from 1,750sqm of meeting & event facilities including a ballroom. The hotel also has a unique spa & leisure facility with a total surface of 1,050sqm.