Radisson RED Guangzhou eyes Q1 2018 opening

Radisson RED Guangzhou South Station eyes Q1 2018 opening in China

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group signed a management agreement for Radisson RED Guangzhou South Station. Owned by Guangzhou ROFO Real Estate Development Co., this new-build hotel will be the second Radisson RED hotel for Carlson Rezidor in China and its fifth in Asia Pacific. Radisson RED Guangzhou South Station is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2018. When it opens it will bring Carlson Rezidor's Asia Pacific pipeline to 91 hotels.

Located in the new Central Business District of Panyu district, across from Guangzhou South Railway Station, Radisson RED Guangzhou South Station will have 160 guestrooms. It will be part of a mixed-use development, Union Plaza, which will also include office space and a mall. The hotel will have a sky lobby and an infinity pool.

The property will also carry Radisson RED’s other features, including food and beverage outlets OUIBAR and KTCHN, which have free flowing space. Touches of Scandinavian design will be evident in the guestrooms with modern yet functional furniture pieces.

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Radisson RED Guangzhou South Station is the fifth signing for the brand in Asia Pacific and 10th signing globally. Carlson Rezidor plans to open 60 Radisson RED hotels globally by 2020.

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