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Second Radisson Blu Hotel in Cyprus

Second Radisson Blu Hotel in Cyprus

Sunnyseeker Hotels is continuously expanding and establishing its presence on the island by announcing the second hotel signing with The Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the most dynamic hotel companies worldwide and a member of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group with over 337 hotels in operation or under development in Europe.

Radisson Blu Conference and Airport Hotel, Larnaca is scheduled to open in 2019 and will be the first airport hotel and conference centre in Cyprus.

Located just 1km from Larnaca International Airport, the 180-huestroom hotel will feature extensive meetings and events facilities, exquisite leisure facilities, which include a spa, gym. Tennis court, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and will be constructed, designed and operated according to the high standards and specifications of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.

Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer of the Rezidor Hotel Group, Elie Younes, said “We are delighted to sign our second hotel in Cyprus and to extend our relationship with Sunnyseeker Hotels, following the signing of our first property in Cyprus in 2015, with JWPegasus. Cyprus is a market still dominated by local hotel brands. We are adding and growing the international Radisson Blu brand and opening new accommodation options to our customers.”

Marios Polyviou, CEO of Sunnyseeker Hotels said “We are pleased to develop our relationship with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group with the signing of Radisson Bly Conference and Airport Hotel Larnaca. We believe future demand will only grow with the city’s keenly anticipated future plans for tourism development, combined with the appeal of a trusted brand such as Radisson Blu.”

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