Moscow to get third Radisson Blu hotel

The Radisson Blu Leninsky Prospect Hotel is slated to open in 2021. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group.

Radisson Hospitality AB has signed a deal to open the Radisson Blu Leninsky Prospect Hotel, Moscow in Russia. 

A collaboration with Sherwood Premier LLC, the hotel will bring the group’s portfolio in Moscow and the surrounding area to eight hotels and 2,260 rooms in operation or under development. 

Radisson Hospitality, part of the Radisson Hotel Group, has had a busy month in Moscow: Just two weeks ago, the company announced the Radisson Royal Hotel in Moscow would become part of the Radisson Collection in January. Two weeks before that, the new-build Radisson Blu Olympiyskiy Hotel partially opened in Moscow, marking the brand's second property (following the Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel) and the company's fourth in the city. The Radisson Blu Leninsky Prospect Hotel is set to be the brand's third hotel in the city when it opens in 2021.

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“This strategic project will further strengthen our leading position in Russia as well as Radisson Blu’s position as the largest upper-upscale hotel brand in Europe,” said Elie Younes, EVP and CDO of Radisson Hotel Group, in a statement.

The Radisson Blu Leninsky Prospect Hotel, Moscow will be part of a mixed-use office and hotel complex. The property will have 150 guestrooms, meeting facilities and a fitness and wellness center. The property also will have two restaurants and a lobby bar.

The hotel will be located 16 kilometers from Vnukovo International Airport and nine kilometers from the city center.

The Radisson Blu Leninsky Prospect Hotel, Moscow will be managed by Radisson Hospitality AB under an international management agreement.

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