Radisson expands Park Inn brand in CIS region

The new-build Park Inn by Radisson Tashkent City Hotel & Apartments will have 300 guestrooms (including 50 serviced apartments). Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hospitality AB is adding a new location with the signing of Park Inn by Radisson Tashkent City Hotel & Apartments in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 

The new-build hotel and apartment project is due to open in 2021 with 300 guestrooms (including 50 serviced apartments), a conference hall, five meeting rooms, a gym, an all-day dining restaurant, a lobby lounge/bar and a Sky Bar. The property will be part of the large-scale development called “Tashkent City," consisting of business centers, congress halls, shopping and leisure complexes and residential districts. The development is 6 kilometers from the airport and 4 kilometers from Tashkent's main train station.

Elie Younes, EVP/chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group, said Uzbekistan's tourism sector is growing rapidly. "In 2018, Uzbekistan welcomed five million tourists–with Tashkent being a popular choice among travelers as the country’s most cosmopolitan city," he said. 


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Radisson's partner on this project is Lotus Gas Invest, the owner of the brand Real House, a Tashkent-based construction company.

The hotel will be the 24th Park Inn by Radisson Hotel across the Russia and the CIS region, bringing the portfolio to 6,194 rooms.

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