Radisson Hotel Curitiba completes $2.7M makeover

Radisson completed a yearlong, $2.7-million renovation of the Radisson Hotel Curitiba, located at Avenida Sete de Setembro 5190 in Brazil.

The makeover of Radisson Hotel Curitiba is part of the final stages of a brand-wide renovation, aimed at refreshing the Radisson portfolio across more than 150 hotels in the Americas.

The hotel’s renovation focused on the 191 guestrooms that were completely re-done, including an updated color palette, new furniture, paint, wall décor, new flooring and enhanced lighting that offers guests a warmer and more inviting environment.

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Other Radisson Hotel Curitiba amenities include a spa, indoor pool, business center, fitness center and free Internet access in the property.

Owned by Atlantica Hotels, Radisson Hotel Curitiba is situated in front of the Japan Square and just minutes from many of the capital city’s major attractions, including the Botanical Garden, Wire Opera House.

Radisson has 155 hotels located in urban and suburban settings, leisure destinations, airports, and business districts throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific and the Caribbean. Radisson is a part of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which also includes Quorvus Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson Red, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson and Country Inns & Suites By Carlson.

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