Radisson, Atlantica sign 2 new hotels for Brazil

Radisson Hotel Flecheiras will be built near the beaches of Brazil’s northeastern coast. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group has signed two new-build Radisson hotels in Brazil through its partnership with Atlantica Hotels. 

The Radisson Hotel São Paulo Pinheiros will be located in the Pinheiros District, close to art galleries, live music venues, bistros and gastropubs. The hotel will have 152 guestrooms and suites. Public space will include a fitness center and a restaurant. Construction on the hotel is slated to begin in Q3 and the property is expected to open in Q4 2022.

Radisson Hotel Flecheiras will be built near the beaches of Brazil’s northeastern coast. The hotel will have an onsite restaurant, fitness center, outdoor pool and meeting space. The hotel is expected to break ground this year and open in Q1 2024.


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Atlantica Hotels is a licensee for Radisson Hotel Group’s brands in Brazil, including  Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson Red and Park Inn by Radisson. The two companies have 14 hotels in operation across Brazil, including the Park Inn by Radisson Berrini in the south zone of São Paulo, which opened in February.

Overall, Brazil's pipeline has 161 hotels and 26,877 rooms, according to the latest stats from Lodging Econometrics. Of that, Sao Paulo has 17 hotels and 2,864 rooms in development. 

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