Radisson Blu Waterfront upgraded

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront unveiled their meetings & events facilities to the South African travel trade & media in early October. Radisson Blu Hotels logo

Upgrades, which cost them R10 million, includes improvements across the whole of the property, which were undertaken over the last winter season.

Debra Siversten, GM of the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, cut the ribbon, along with Waterclub Body Corporate chairman, Andrew Rogers.

The new development holds up to 300 people. Up to 180 guests can be accommodated for gala dinners.

The upcoming festive season will see the hosting of various banquets, weddings and similar large events.

One major addition includes the Captain's View Boardroom, which allows up to 12 delegates to enjoy a view of the marina while meeting.

The Amani Africa Spa features a new lounge area where guests can relax before and after treatment.

Tobago's Restaurant, West Atrium and hotel reception and public areas have all received makeovers.

In addition to the new facilities, all rooms were refitted with the latest technology in TV and new lines of amenities.

Debra Siversten had this to say about the upgrades, "The upgrade to the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront is a natural step on our journey towards enhanced excellence. Here we strive to exceed guest expectations in every aspect of our hotel. With our constant development to the property, we promise to deliver our brand ethos and 'Yes I Can!' philosophy."

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront carries the prestigious title of Africa’s Leading Conference Hotel, which it won at the 2014 World Travel Awards.

Via hotelandrestaurant.co.za/tourism/radisson-blu-waterfront-unveils-upgrades/.