First Park Inn by Radisson Signed for Bogota
Tuesday November 12th, 2013 - 4:23PM EPHOQ
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA—Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group signed of the first Park Inn by Radisson here.
“We are very excited about this addition to our portfolio as we grow the brand in South America,” stated Scott Meyer, SVP/Midscale Brands, Americas, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
The hotel is slated to open March 31 and will offer 64 guestrooms and suites, many of them featuring kitchenettes and outdoor terraces with views of the city. All rooms are equipped with king beds and a living area with sofa.
The property will feature seven meeting and event spaces, a spa with a sauna and massage room as well as a full-service fitness center. El Restaurante Bambú restaurant will serve a full menu of contemporary and international cuisine, and will provide 24-hour room service and a daily breakfast buffet.
The hotel will be managed and operated by Zen Operadora SAS.
"We are excited to begin a relationship with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group,” stated German Jaramillo, CEO/AndiCapital Group, the hotels licensing entity. "The outstanding amenities and service culture the Park Inn brand is known for will make this successful in one of the most popular destinations in South America.”
Park Inn by Radisson has more than 140 hotels across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the Americas.
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