Park Inn by Radisson, Carlson Rezidor’s dynamic mid-market hotel brand, arrives in Iceland close to Keflavik International Airport. This is the group’s third addition to Iceland – complementing the very successful Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel and Radisson Blu Saga Hotel.
“The Rezidor Hotel Group is the only international hotel group with a significant portfolio in the Nordic region. It is also one of Europe’s leading airport hotel operators. We have presence at almost all major gateways and travel hubs across the continent. With a new Park Inn by Radisson in Iceland, we are signaling our commitment to maintaining our leading position in the Nordics and offering a great hospitality experience for all segments, across all markets”, said Tom Flanagan, Area Vice President Nordics of The Rezidor Hotel Group.
Situated in the city center and only 5 kilometers from Keflavik International Airport, Park Inn by Radisson offers 77 colorful rooms and suites with innovations like Free & Fast High-speed Internet. The hotel also offers 470sqm of meeting & event space equipped with top modern conference technology. The hotel is a relaxing haven for business and leisure travelers who can enjoy the hotel’s all-day-dining restaurant, a lobby bar and variety of wellness services, from yoga to beauty treatments and a gym that will be renovated soon.
Iceland’s famous Blue Lagoon and the capital city Reykjavik are 20 and 35 minutes away from the hotel. With its unique landscape of mountains, hot springs and glaciers, Iceland is one of the most fascinating countries and islands of the world. The number of international visitors increased by 20% per annum over the past two years to 1.1 million.
“We are looking forward to welcoming global travelers to our latest addition close to Keflavik International Airport. Park Inn by Radisson is set to offer its signature mid-market hospitality experience topped by an unparalleled Yes I Can! service. We are proud to partner with The Rezidor Hotel Group, Nordic’s undisputed hospitality leader, on this project,” commented Bjarni Pálsson, owner of the hotel.