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Radisson Individuals Opens in Plovdiv and Tallinn

Radisson Hotel Group announces the opening of Hotel Imperial Plovdiv and Palace Hotel Tallinn, members of Radisson Individuals. The newest additions to the dynamic portfolio of the Radisson Individuals brand, which initially launched in Europe in Q4 2020, also marks the group’s return to the Baltic region and Bulgarian market.

Hotel Imperial Plovdiv, a member of Radisson Individuals offers 194 spacious guest rooms and suites with spectacular views overlooking the city center, the Plovdiv’s Hills or the charming private garden. Hotel guests will benefit from a great range of guest services including free high-speed internet access and on-site parking with four Tesla charging stations, access to a fitness and wellness center, including steam bath, traditional Finnish sauna, aroma sauna and jacuzzi. The hotel boasts six conference rooms with more than 850 m2 of meeting space, equipped with the latest audiovisual and communication technologies. The ballroom on the top floor is the ideal location to host special occasions, and wedding planners will fall in love with the hotel’s arch at the garden, the perfect addition to create the ideal romantic venue.

To dine in style, the all-day dining restaurant Forty Two offers both international and local cuisine. With over 350 whiskies, including rare malts & limited editions, the Whisky Library Bar offers the largest selection of malts in any Bulgarian hotel. Located at the highest floor, guests can enjoy excellent drinks with an amazing view over the rooftops of Plovdiv and the magnificent Rhodope Mountains. Taking a wine-tasting trip in the Rhodope region or exploring the food scene with local ingredients and traditional dishes are some of the best things visitors should do when coming to Plovdiv.

As the cultural capital of Bulgaria, the ancient city of Plovdiv hosts a huge variety of cultural events such as the International Fair Plovdiv, a key forum and one of the most established in Europe. There are many preserved Roman ruins such as the ancient Roman Odeon and Aqueduct. All main nearby attractions are within walking distance of the hotel, including The Old Town and Roman Theatre of Philippopolis, an architectural reserve located on three of Plovdiv’s hills. The theater is still in use today for operas and concerts and can host more than 7000 spectators with spectacular views of the Rhodope mountains.

Hotel Imperial Plovdiv, a member of Radisson Individuals is located close to the Kapana district, one of Plovdiv’s most remarkable areas. Kapana fascinates visitors with its labyrinth of medieval streets and traditional restaurant options. The creative heart of the city is an attractive place for artists, curators, architects, writers, and musicians from all over the world. Plovdiv Airport, just 12 km located from the hotel, or the city’s Central Railway Station are the easiest ways to visit Plovdiv.

Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals offers 79 rooms and suites, including a Presidential Suite stretching across 150 m2 which consists of a large studio with seating area for eight guests, a kitchen area with dining table for six, sauna, private office and meeting room. The hotel’s 50 m2 air-conditioned fitness center is equipped with large mirrors and cardiovascular machines by LifeFitness as well as an indoor swimming pool and spa with Turkish bath, jacuzzi, steam bath and sauna. Business guests can use the hotel’s modern meeting space for a variety of meetings and gatherings. The all-day dining Restaurant Konrad offers both international and local cuisine prepared from quality produce whilst the Gallery Bar offers morning coffees, varied menus as well as a special pizza menu.
 
Built in 1937, Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals was designed by the Estonian architect, Elmar Lohk, known for 1930s architectural style combining functionalism with influences of the Chicago school and traditional art. Located in the heart of Tallinn Old Town, steps away from Tallinn’s Freedom Square, one of the most popular meeting places in the city bordering the Old Town, the hotel invites guests to explore the historic cobblestone streets of Estonia’s cultural hub. Today, Tallinn’s rich cultural landscape blends with digital innovation as the home to the highest number of start-ups per person in Europe and the birthplace of some of the world’s leading technology companies, making it one of Eastern Europe’s most popular weekend destination getaways.

Iuliia Tore