Radisson Red Shenyang Hunnan to open in China in 2016

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group kicked off the Asia Pacific launch of its new Radisson Red hotel brand with the signing of Radisson Red Shenyang Hunnan in Northeast China. When the property opens in 2016, it will be the first Radisson Red hotel signing in the world.

The capital of Liaoning Province, Shenyang is a commercial and industrial hub known for its car manufacturing. The city is also a popular tourist destination with historical and cultural attractions such as UNESCO World Heritage sites Shenyang Imperial Palace, Fu Mausoleum and Zhao Mausoleum.

The 300-key Radisson Red Shenyang Hunnan is part of a twin hotel development that includes Radisson Blu Shenyang, located in the CBD of Hunnan New District, within Shenyang National High-Tech Industrial Development Zone, which is home to almost 6,000 enterprises. The hotel is surrounded by commercial developments and is also close to Shenyang International Exhibition Center, the Sports Stadium and Shenyang International Airport, the largest in Northeast China, with connections to 70 Chinese cities and 11 international destinations.


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Radisson Red Shenyang Hunnan is expected to open in 2016. With the property’s opening, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group will be growing its presence in China, from 13 hotels currently in operation to 41 within the next three years.

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group eyes to develop 60 Radisson Red properties by 2020, and half of that will be in Asia Pacific.

Radisson Red is Carlson Rezidor's lifestyle elect brand. Radisson Red introduces a new hotel concept where the focus is on design and detail, choice, personal interaction and technology. At a Radisson Red hotel, guests arrive in the Hi All Gallery where art is integrated into the overall design. The food and beverage outlets, Ouibar and the 24-hour Redeli, are connected, open and social spaces that set the scene for interaction.