Radisson sets third Cyprus hotel

Radisson expects to have a minimum of six hotels and resorts with almost 1,000 rooms across Cyprus by 2025. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

As part of a master development agreement Radisson Hospitality AB signed in February with Cyprus-based management company SunnySeeker Hotels, the chain will open the 180-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Nicosia.

The new-build hotel, being developed with Stenson Investments Ltd. as a subsidiary of Quality Group, will bring Radisson Hotel Group into Cyprus' capital city, and will be the first of at least six hotels and resorts Radisson expects to have in the island country by 2025.

When it opens, the hotel will be located on Salaminos Road in the city center, 40 kilometers from the Glafcos Clerides Larnaca International Airport. The property will be Radisson's third hotel with Quality Group and Sunnyseeker Hotels on Cyprus, following the Radisson Blu Hotel Larnaca (which opened last August) and the in-development Radisson Beach Resort Larnaca, slated to open in May 2020. Radisson Hospitality AB operates all properties under an international license agreement with SunnySeeker.
The hotel will feature an all-day restaurant, a specialty bar and restaurant, a fitness room and a wellness center. The hotel also will have 500 square meters of meeting and events space.


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No official opening date for the property has been disclosed.

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