Radisson Orlando-Celebration Completes $10M Renovation
Monday February 3rd, 2014 - 1:07PM G
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CELEBRATION, FL—The Radisson Resort Orlando-Celebration completed a $10 million transformation of its guestrooms, meeting and event spaces, restaurant, lobby and public spaces.
Located a half-mile from the Walt Disney Resort with complimentary, all-day shuttle transportation to the Epcot Transportation Center, the property’s new guestrooms feature a modern design with new bedding, furnishings with storage, new bathrooms, new carpeting and window treatments, HDTV, a dining table, free high-speed Internet access, an in-room refrigerator, in-room safe and coffee maker.
The resort’s 6,800 sq. ft. of convention, meeting and event space also have been updated with new carpeting, fixtures and wall coverings, while its restaurant, lobby and public spaces have been transformed as part of the year-long enhancement.
The resort features a lagoon-style pool heated for the winter, with a 42-foot waterslide, cascading waterfalls, two whirlpools and a children’s wading pool. Complimentary seasonal poolside experiences include arts and crafts and a variety of children’s games.
There are two lighted tennis courts, a fitness center and walking paths amid 20 landscaped acres.
The Radisson Resort Orlando-Celebration is directly across from the community of Celebration. Designed by The Walt Disney Co., the town is filled with quaint shops and restaurants on brick-paved, tree-lined streets.
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