ParkInnbyRadisson Novokuznetsk

Two Park Inn by Radisson properties open in Russia

Park Inn by Radisson extends portfolio in Russia and strengthen positions as the country’s largest international hotel brand with two new hotel openings. The two vibrant and colorful hotels are opened in Novokuznetsk and Nizhny Tagil. With this addition, Park Inn by Radisson now has 21 hotels with more than 5,400 rooms in Russia, and an ever-strengthening position as the region’s largest international hotel brand.

“It is a pleasure to open two stylish and vibrant hotels in Russia’s two most important industrial cities – Novokuznetsk and Nizhny Tagil – further strengthening our leading position in the region,” said Yilmaz Yildirimlar, acting Area Vice President for Eastern Europe & Russia. “Park Inn by Radisson brings a world-class hospitality experience and service standard to these two new markets. “Adding colors to life” as the ultimate brand promise, we are looking forward to showcasing our modern take on genuine hospitality.”

Park Inn by Radisson Novokuznetsk is conveniently situated in the city’s commercial hub. Guests will find all they need in 174 modern rooms and suites. The interior offers a laid back blend of contemporary décor, style and functionality. Free Wireless High-speed Internet access, Smart-TV, individual climate control and branded amenities aimed are some of the comforts that make Park Inn by Radisson a desirable international mid-market brand.

The hotel offers 8 conference rooms including a 392 square meter ballroom, plus outdoor and underground parking. It has a great range of guest friendly facilities, including a well-equipped fitness center. Food lovers can savor delicious Bavarian cuisine and freshly brewed beer at the hotel’s Paulaner restaurant while aficionados can enjoy a specially arranged excursion to the mini-brewery.

“We are truly excited to open the first internationally branded hotel in the city. Park Inn by Radisson Novokuznetsk brings a truly innovative experience to the market composed of stunning design, a great meeting concept, delightful food & drinks offer, topped up by our unique “Yes I Can!” service philosophy,” said Sanjay Deva, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Novokuznetsk.

Founded in 1618, Novokuznetsk is an important industrial town, located in the heart of Siberia’s Kuzbass region. It is one of the world’s largest coal mining areas. Other current key business drivers include ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy. But Novokuznetsk has far more to offer visitors than its thriving industries. Home to a spectacular architectural mix – where remarkable Soviet era monuments sit alongside traditional fairy tale houses and Space Age commercial buildings – it’s one the most beautiful cities in Siberia.

Park Inn by Radisson Nizhny Tagil located near the city’s main square. The hotel offers 127 bright and modern guest rooms with breathtaking lake views and contemporary design to offer functional comfort. The new mid-market opening has six flexible meeting rooms – including an impressive ballroom of 270 square meters which can be split into two rooms.

“I am proud to be the one bringing the Park Inn by Radisson brand to Nizhny Tagil and showcasing our international service standard to the locals and all travelers. The new Park In by Radisson is a beautiful mix of colors, design complementing functionality, smart meetings & events and genuine customer service,” says Ekaterina Lanina, Hotel Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Nizhny Tagil.

Nizhny Tagil lies at the confluence of the Vyya and Tagil rivers on the eastern slopes of the Ural ridge. A cornerstone of Russian metal production, it was founded in 1722. Today, the city’s key business drivers are metallurgy and mechanical engineering. It is also an important center for traditional Russian folk crafts production.

The Park Inn by Radisson hotels in Novokuznetsk and Nizhny Tagil are operated by The Rezidor Hotel Group.

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