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First Radisson Red in central London opens its doors

The new Red property joins its sister properties the Radisson Red Glasgow and Radisson Red Heathrow Airport Hotel

The Radisson Hotel Group has opened its first Radisson Red hotel in central London with the new Radisson Red London Greenwich The O2.

Radisson Red London Greenwich The O2 is located near the Royal Museums Greenwich, including the Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum, and the Royal Observatory and offers 70 guest rooms.

The hotel’s all-day restaurant will feature a menu that offers a large selection of different pizzas and burgers, salads, shared platters, nachos, chicken wings and sweet potato fries. The hotel’s urban restaurant offers 50 seats, in addition to 20 more seats in the lounge area.

The hotel will also have a “high-end and one-of-the-kind” rooftop bar called ‘Nine’ which is set to open its doors later this fall.

The new Red property joins its sister properties the Radisson Red Glasgow and Radisson Red Heathrow Airport Hotel.

Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Area senior VP for Radisson Hotel Group in Northern and Western Europe, said: “We’re thrilled to expand our bold, playful, and eclectic Radisson Red brand in London, and strengthen our position as the leading international hotel group in the region.

“Radisson Red London Greenwich The O2’s location is ideal for visitors looking to explore either maritime Greenwich or the many other attractions across London, while enjoying Radisson Red’s unique twist on hospitality.”

Vivek Chadha, MD of Nine Group and owner of the Radisson Red London Greenwich The O2, said: “We’re delighted to celebrate the opening of the striking Radisson Red in Greenwich. As we look to the much anticipated return of live music, concerts, sport and entertainment, the Radisson Red London Greenwich The O2 is perfectly situated to provide visitors with a safe and inspiring environment bought together with seamless technology.

“We’re especially excited to introduce the stunning rooftop bar ‘Nine’ which will deliver panoramic views across Greenwich, Canary Wharf and The O2. The pandemic has taught us the power of local and made us better hoteliers in the process.”

He added: “This hotel draws inspiration from the local area which guests can enjoy through the hotel’s design, creative food and drink offerings, art, furnishings and of course, the local experiences.”

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