Radisson Hotel Group announced the signings of two new-build Radisson hotels in Brazil in partnership with Atlantica Hotels. The hotels span the country from the Pinheiros District in São Paulo to the northeastern coast in the Flecheiras Village. Each hotel will feature the new Radisson design, which includes a comfortable natural look and feel that encourages a balanced environment. Radisson hotels provide opportunities to create experiences that center around social spaces, food and drink, guest rooms, meetings and wellness through the brands signature amenities.
Radisson Hotel São Paulo Pinheiros will be located in the Pinheiros District, which is an area known for its unique art galleries, live music venues and innovative bistros and gastropubs. The hotel will offer 152 guest rooms and suites. Guests will be able to enjoy a fitness center and an onsite restaurant. Construction on the hotel is anticipated to begin Q3 2019 with plans to open in Q4 2022.
Radisson Hotel Flecheiras will be built near the beautiful beaches along Brazil’s northeastern coast. The hotel will feature an onsite restaurant, fitness center, outdoor pool and meeting space. The hotel is expected to break ground Q2 2019 and is anticipated to open Q1 2024.
“We are so proud to continue growing our portfolio with Atlantica Hotels with these fantastic additions,” said Terry Sanders, Chief Development Officer, Americas, Radisson Hotel Group. “We are focused on growing our presence in Latin America as we continue driving awareness of our incredible brands, allowing more guests to experience our superior hospitality at our exceptional hotels.”
Atlantica Hotels is a licensee for Radisson Hotel Group’s brands in Brazil including: Radisson Blu®, Radisson®, Radisson RED® and Park Inn® by Radisson. The two companies have enjoyed a longstanding relationship in Brazil that now includes 14 hotels in operation.
Radisson Hotel Group is celebrating 30 years in Latin America. Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City celebrated its 30th anniversary earlier this year. This was the first Radisson to open in Mexico, which led the expansion of Radisson Hotel Group’s portfolio of hotels throughout Latin America.