Radisson expands SunnySeeker alliance for more hotels in Cyprus

Radisson Larnaca Beach Resort
The Radisson Larnaca Beach Resort is due to open in Q3 2019. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group has signed a master development agreement with SunnySeeker Hotels, which has been a partner in the Republic of Cyprus since 2015. Building on an existing partnership that already includes three hotels in the republic, the new deal will see the group grow its portfolio in the country to six hotels and almost 1,000 rooms by 2025.

“It’s a pleasure to continue our longstanding and successful relationship with Radisson Hotel Group, and to be working with them to develop a range of exciting opportunities across Cyprus,” Antonis Hadjinicolas, general manager of SunnySeeker Hotels, said in a statement. “We’re highly committed to the success of our cooperation with Radisson Hotel Group, as demonstrated by the recently opened Radisson Blu Hotel, Larnaca in the city and the upcoming opening of the Radisson Larnaca Beach Resort. We look forward to offering Radisson Hotel Group guests a growing range of outstanding experiences as part of this partnership.”

Radisson Hotel Group’s existing portfolio in Cyprus consists of three Radisson Blu and Radisson properties (and approximately 500 rooms) in operation or under development. The master development agreement will see this double to six hotels and almost 1,000 rooms open and operating by 2025.

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