Radisson debuts in Pakistan with Lahore hotel opening

The deal is part of the hotel’s strategy to have 10 hotels and 2,000 rooms in operation and under development across the country by 2025

Radisson will enter Pakistan for the first time in December 2022
Radisson will enter Pakistan for the first time in December 2022

Radisson Hotel Group is set to enter Pakistan for the first time following the signing of a hotel property in Lahore.

Scheduled to open in December 2022, the 400-room hotel will form part of a 75,000 sq m mixed-use development and will feature a number of F&B outlets, as well as leisure facilities and meeting rooms.

The move is part of Radisson’s strategy to have 10 hotels and 2,000 rooms in operation and under development across the country by 2025.

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Radisson Hotel Group’s executive vice president & chief development officer Elie Younes said the deal brings “great value” to its key stakeholders.

“The towering size of the development, combined with its premium location, provides us with an excellent opportunity to enter Pakistan’s hotel market and remarkable visibility with which to establish the brand,” said Younes.

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