Radisson enters Papua New Guinea with the signing of the Grand Papua Hotel
Radisson Hotel Group has signed its first hotel in Papua New Guinea, the Grand Papua Hotel.
The 16-story Grand Papua Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals, has 156 spacious rooms and suites and overlooks the harbor and Coral Sea in Port Moresby.
“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Grand Papua Hotel to our growing portfolio of hotels in Asia-Pacific,” said Katerina Giannouka, President of Radisson Hotel Group Asia-Pacific.
“This is a great example of how Radisson Individuals enables Radisson Hotel Group to enter emerging markets, while owners and developers can leverage our international systems and expertise. The Grand Papua Hotel is a respected hotel in Port Moresby, and we look forward to working with the hotel to achieve even greater success.
The hotel has an Executive Lounge on the 15th floor, which offers complimentary refreshments, personalized services and panoramic views to guests staying on the Executive and Grand floors, while a dedicated ladies’ floor provides security and peace of mind. extra spirit to female travellers.
The hotel also offers an outdoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, spa and hair salon, and a poolside terrace where guests can enjoy drinks and light snacks.
As a member of Radisson Individuals, Grand Papua Hotel will benefit from the global reputation and experience of Radisson Hotel Group. It will also join the Radisson Rewards loyalty program, allowing customers to benefit from exclusive advantages.
The Grand Papua Hotel is part of Coral Sea Hotels, Papua New Guinea’s largest hotel chain, which is solely owned by Steamships Limited.
“The Grand Papua Hotel has enjoyed significant success in recent years, catering to cosmopolitan visitors, national businesses and meeting planners,” said Steamships Ltd. Chairman Geoff Cundle.
“As the world begins to reopen, now is the perfect time to harness the benefits of the Radisson Hotel Group and embark on an exciting new chapter in bringing global hospitality to Papua New Guinea.”