Radisson Portland Airport Completes Renovation
Wednesday March 12th, 2014 - 8:57AM GB
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PORTLAND, OR—Radisson completed a three-year, multimillion-dollar renovation of the Radisson Hotel Portland Airport.
“We are in the final stages of a brandwide renovation, aimed at refreshing the Radisson portfolio across our more than 150 hotels in the Americas,” stated Javier Rosenberg, COO, Radisson, Americas. “We are on track to have the entire portfolio completed by 2015, making Radisson one of the most refreshed hotel brands in North America.”
The renovation included all 190 guestrooms, the lobby, business center, fitness center, restaurant and lounge, and meeting space. The renovated guestrooms include new furniture, paint, carpeting, enhanced lighting and refrigerators. The lobby features new furniture, artwork, lighting, flooring and wall coverings. The guest corridors received enhanced lighting, carpeting and wall coverings. The Lakeside Bar & Grill received new seating, wall treatments and updated lighting.
“Our focus has been to enhance the guest experience in all areas of the hotel. We are confident our guests will enjoy the updated look and feel of our hotel from the moment they walk in the door,” stated Becky Fields, general manager.
The Radisson Hotel Portland Airport is located minutes from Portland International Airport and offers complimentary airport shuttle service.
The hotel is near the Oregon Zoo, Portland Rose Garden, Lloyd Center and Portland Saturday Market.
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