Radisson Hotel Group expands in Asia-Pacific with the signing of a hotel in Papua New Guinea

Located in the center of Port Moresby, overlooking the harbor and the Coral Sea, the 16-storey Grand Papua Hotel had a solid reputation as one of the most popular places to stay in the country.

Radisson Hotel Group continues to innovate in Asia-Pacific with the signing of an agreement for the Hotel Grand Papuamember of Radisson Individuals – its first hotel in Papua New Guinea.

Located in the center of Port Moresby, overlooking the harbor and the Coral Sea, the 16-storey Grand Papua Hotel had a solid reputation as one of the most popular places to stay in the country. As a member of Radisson Individuals, the new affiliate brand of the Radisson Hotel Group, it will meet international hospitality standards while retaining its distinct character and charm.

Grand Papua Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals, offers 156 spacious guest rooms and suites, all with contemporary amenities, plush bedding, and city, beach, harbor, or ocean views. Guests staying on the Executive or Grand Floors will also be able to access the 15th Floor Executive Lounge, which offers complimentary refreshments, personalized services and panoramic views, while a dedicated women’s floor offers additional security and peace of mind. for travellers. .

Guests can unwind in style at the outdoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, soothing spa, and hair salon. The poolside terrace creates a relaxing setting for drinks and light snacks during the day, while the Grand Bar serves cold drinks and convenient snacks throughout the day, and the Grande Brasserie promises memorable meals. with an à la carte menu and a modern wine list.

This iconic hotel is also one of the city’s premier event venues. A selection of nine function rooms, ranging from intimate boardrooms to large flexible spaces that can accommodate up to 230 delegates, sets the scene for a wide variety of corporate meetings and social occasions, including weddings.

As a member of Radisson Individuals, Grand Papua Hotel will be integrated into Radisson Hotel Group’s global platform, benefiting from international brand awareness and experience, while retaining its own unique identity. Each property in this curated collection is selected for its individual personality, giving globetrotters the chance to explore new parts of the world in properties that reflect the spirit of their region, underpinned by the “Yes I Can ” of the group. The hotel will also join Radisson Rewards, the industry-leading loyalty program that offers exclusive benefits to millions of guests worldwide.

It gives me great pleasure to welcome the Grand Papua Hotel to our growing portfolio of hotels in 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.” noted Katerina GiannoukaPresident, Asia-Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group.

I am delighted that we are joining Radisson Individuals and that we are part of one of the largest hotel groups in the world. The Grand Papua Hotel has enjoyed significant success in recent years, catering to cosmopolitan visitors, domestic businesses and meeting planners. As the world begins to reopen, now is the perfect time to harness the benefits of Radisson Hotel Group and embark on an exciting new chapter of bringing global hospitality to Papua New Guinea,” commented Geoff CundlePresident, Steamships Ltd.

The Grand Papua Hotel is part of Coral Sea Hotels, Papua New Guinea’s largest hotel chain, wholly owned by Steamships Limited. Radisson Hotel Group’s newest affiliate brand, Radisson Individuals, currently has 48 hotels in operation and under development worldwide.

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