Radisson make South Sudan hotel debut
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Radisson Hotel Group has announced the opening of Radisson Blu Hotel, Juba.
This Radisson Blu property stands out as the country’s first internationally branded five-star hotel.
Entry to South Sudan
Radisson Blu Hotel, Juba is now welcoming its first guests in the fast-growing capital and largest city of South Sudan, Juba, which is situated on the White Nile.
The hotel is conveniently located at the heart of the city’s business district, just a 10-minute drive from Juba International Airport.
Tim Cordon, area senior vice president in the Middle East and Africa at Radisson Hotel Group, said: “We are delighted to strengthen our presence in Central Africa by opening the doors to our first hotel in South Sudan and the country’s first five-star internationally branded hotel.”
“With the highest level of security measures in place for a comforting stay, its modern finishes and both business and leisure facilities, coupled with our renowned Radisson Hotels Yes I Can! service and hospitality, we are confident the hotel will be a great addition to help promote the country’s hospitality offering.”
George Balassis, general manager of Radisson Blu Hotel, Juba, added: “In true Radisson style, my passionate team and I look forward to welcoming and making every moment matter for our guests and the community of Juba in a hotel where safety and security are a top priority.”
“With our abundance of inviting facilities, restaurants and bars, we are certain that our hotel will become their home away from home and the venue of choice for events and special occasions of all kinds.”
Designed for business and leisure
The hotel accommodates guests in 154 bright, contemporary rooms and suites with views over the pool, city or river. Each room in the property is designed with comfort, relaxation and security in mind.
Amenities complementing this accommodation offering span a modern fitness space, outdoor pool and a spa with sauna, Jacuzzi and steam bath.
Guests can dine in the hotel’s six restaurants and bars offering a range of culinary styles. The Larder offers fresh international cuisine, The Sports Bar and Pool & Grill provide a space for relaxed refreshments and pastries are offered with coffee and tea in the Lobby Lounge. The 13th-floor Sky Lounge comes with 360-degree views over Juba.
Events are hosted in what’s become the largest meeting facilities in the city, encompassing three boardrooms, three meeting spaces and a ballroom for up to 500 guests.
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