Radisson signs second Red-branded hotel in Georgia

The 100-room Radisson RED will occupy the famous old ‘Postampt (Post Office)’ building

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Radisson Hotel Group has announced the signing of the second Radisson Red in Georgia. The new Radisson Red Tbilisi Old Town, Georgia, is set to open its doors in late 2020.

The 100-room Radisson Red will occupy the famous old ‘Postampt (Post Office)’ building.

Elie Younes, executive vice president & chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group, said: "This signing demonstrates our continued commitment to development in the Georgian market. We now have two hotels in operation, a third – the Radisson Collection Hotel, Tsinandali Estate Georgia – due to open later this year, and five more in development including this new Radisson Red property.”

Set to arrive in Q4 2020, Radisson Red Old Town, Tbilisi, Georgia will feature the OUIBar + KTCHN as well as an inner courtyard bar & restaurant. In addition, there will be Red Fitness, flexible meeting space and the signature Red lobby experience. 

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