Oi, tudo bem?: Two new Radisson Hotels signed in Brazil [Construction report]

by | Jun 21, 2019 | Projects

São Paulo, home of one of the new Radisson hotels in Brazil

The properties, which are part of a partnership with Atlantica Hotels, span the country from São Paulo to Brazil’s north-eastern coast

Radisson Hotel Group has announced the signing of two new properties in Brazil.

The deal further expands the partnership with Atlantica Hotels and will see the creation of two new-build hotels, one in the Pinheiros District in São Paulo and one on the north-eastern coast in the Flecheiras Village.

Both hotels will feature the new Radisson design, which is billed by the company as a comfortable and natural look which encourages a balanced environment.

This partnership is an unsurprising one. 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 which now includes 14 hotels in operation.

Radisson Hotel São Paulo Pinheiros

As its name clearly suggests, the Radisson Hotel São Paulo Pinheiros will be in São Paulo’s Pinheiros District, an area known for its culture, art galleries, live music, culinary riches and more.

This new hotel will feature 152 guest rooms and suites. Guests will also be able to enjoy a wide range of amenities including an on-site fitness center and restaurant.

Construction on the new Pinheiros hotel will start in Q3 2019 with plans calling for an opening in late 2022.

Radisson Hotel Flecheiras

The Radisson Hotel Flecheiras will be built along the beautiful beaches of Brazil’s north-eastern coast.

Like its Pinheiros counterpart, this hotel will come equipped with an on-site restaurant, a fitness centre, an outdoor pool and ample meeting spaces for hosting events.

The timetable for this property is a bit longer than the other, however, with construction starting around the same time in 2019, but a grand opening not taking place until early 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.”

The timing of these openings is significant. This year marks the Radisson Hotel Group’s 30th anniversary of operating in Latin America.

Its footprint in the region was spearheaded by the Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City, which opened 30 years ago, leading the company’s expansion efforts in that part of the world.

 

Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway by Radisson in the Latin American region; 

Radisson Tower Capitalinas 

Radisson Blu Ajijic Resort & Residences 

Hotel Capitalinas Bariloche 

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