Radisson Collection adds second hotel in Russia

The former Radisson Blu Paradise Resort and Spa, Sochi, originally opened for Russia's 2014 Winter Olympics. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

The Radisson Blu Paradise Resort and Spa, Sochi, launched for Russia's 2014 Winter Olympics, has rebranded as part of the Radisson Collection.

Now the Radisson Collection Paradise Resort & Spa, Sochi, the hotel is the second Russian property to join the Collection, following the rebranding of the former Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow, which joined the soft brand earlier this week.

The hotel has 508 guestrooms and six villas. Public space includes five bars, three restaurants and one of Russia's largest spa and wellness facilities. The hotel's 2,500 square meter Spa Sibo has a thermal zone with an indoor pool and five steam rooms.

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The property also is within walking distance of Sochi Park, giving sporting fans access to Olympic Stadium, the Ice Dome, Skating Palace, Curling Center and the Autodrom. 

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