Radisson Blu Sydney’s $12 million re-design

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Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney has unveiled the first phase of its $12 million re-design, the first major update of its guest rooms and function spaces since it opened in 2000. The re-design follows the 2010 transformation of the public spaces including reception, concierge, the lounge and the hotel lobby’s Fax Bar.

The first phase saw a re-design of function and meeting rooms, which are ideal for business meetings, social events and private dinners. The second phase of the re-design, due to commence in late October, will see a complete refresh of all 336 guestrooms and 28 suites at Radisson Blu. The Presidential Suite will be divided into two rooms, bringing the total number of guestrooms to 364. Acclaimed Sydney architects Bates Smart have been appointed to undertake the re-design.

Radisson Blu General Manager, Peter Tudehope, said “This $12 million investment will cement Radisson Blu’s position as one of the leading five-star hotels in Sydney.”

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