Radisson Blu makes Niger debut

Radisson Blu Niamey
The Radisson Blu Hotel & Conference Center, Niamey, Niger, has 189 rooms and suites, eight meeting rooms and a dedicated conference center. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Just  over half a year since the deal was announced, Radisson Hotel Group has opened the 189-room Radisson Blu Hotel & Conference Center, Niamey, Niger. close to the Parliament and the Presidential Palace. The project was developed by Istanbul-based Summa Group and required an overall investment of €38 million.

With more than 1,150 square meters of space, the hotel's conference center is reportedly the first in the city. The hotel also has another eight meeting rooms and can accommodate up to 2,500 guests in total.

Public space includes a range of dining options, including a rooftop lounge. The 870-square-meter Lotus Spa Health & Beauty Center has a sauna, Turkish bath and a large Jacuzzi, as well as six massage rooms and a gym with aerobics classes. 

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"This is an important day for everyone who worked to make this great project a reality," said Husnu Tayanc, VP of Summa Hospitality and GM of the Radisson Blu.

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