Radisson to open Red hotel in Noida, India MUD

Radisson Red Noida Expressway. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group is set to open a Radisson Red hotel in Noida, India. With 350 guestrooms across 38 floors, the hotel furthers the company’s strategy of developing large-scale hotels in India. No opening date was announced at press time.

To be located atop the under-construction mixed-use development by Bayaweaver known as ‘Oh My God’ (OMG), Radisson Red Noida Expressway will be near retail and commercial spaces and customized living options.

“We are glad to [our] partner Bayaweaver for managing this hotel, which will give the brand unrivaled exposure in the Indian market due to its strategic location,” said Raj Rana, CEO, South Asia, ‎Radisson Hotel Group. “Noida, with its burgeoning savvy and sociable audience, provides an ideal market for Radisson Red.” 

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“Radisson Red fits perfectly with the vision we have for ‘Oh My God,’” said Himmat Singh, CEO, Bayaweaver Ltd., noting the project will include a retail mall, 800 studio apartments, F&B and commercial space in addition to the hotel. 

Radisson Hotel Group has 19 Red hotels open and in development worldwide in cities like Brussels, Minneapolis, Cape Town and Glasgow. The Noida property will be the brand’s third location in India, joining the Radisson Red hotels that are currently under development in Mohali and New Gurgaon.

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