By Dipo Olowookere
Newly launched Renaissance Hotel on GRA Ikeja, Lagos, has now been renamed as Radisson Blu Hotel.
This is because promoter of the hospitality facility, Avalon Intercontinental Nigeria Limited, has parted ways with its former partners, the Renaissance Hotel group.
Avalon, Business Post gathered, has chosen a new partner, Radisson Blu Hotel, a global hotel chain within the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, to run the hotel.
Radisson Blu Hotel is one of the world’s fastest growing hotel companies with a portfolio in Africa of 85 hotels and over 17,800+ rooms in operation and under development.
A statement issued by Avalon noted that it mutually parted ways with Renaissance Hotel group and formed a new partnership with Radisson Blu.
“We are delighted to announce that effective today, the hotel formerly known as Renaissance Hotel Ikeja, is now to be known and addressed as Radisson Blu Hotel, Lagos Ikeja, part of the Avalon Hotel Collection owners of Protea Hotel Ikeja, Protea Hotel Victoria Island and Avalon Hotel, Offa, Kwara State,” the statement said.
Radisson Blu Hotel is centrally located in Ikeja, the capital of the Lagos State, home to many corporate headquarters, government offices and large manufacturers.
It is situated on Mobolaji Bank Anthony Highway, a main highway linking Ikeja with the rest of Lagos. The location of Radisson Blu Hotel Lagos Ikeja is also just a few kilometres away from Murtala Muhammed International Airport and close to the suburb’s cultural and tourist attractions.
The 155 room Radisson Blu Hotel, Lagos Ikeja offers a choice of contemporary standard, deluxe and executive rooms and a range of ultra-stylish 1,2 and 3 bedroom suites. All rooms carry a fresh and modern design with free High-Speed Wireless Internet.
The hotel has an extensive food and drinks offering with six different outlets. Guests can enjoy dining at the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant serving international and local cuisine, a steak house restaurant ready to calm a carnivorous craving, as well as a destination rooftop terrace and stylish lobby café.
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