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Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham completes refurbishment

18. 01. 18
posted by: AW

birmingham radissonbluRadisson Blu Hotel Birmingham has recently completed a comprehensive £3million refurbishment programme.

All 211 bedrooms at Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham now have a new modern and contemporary look, with new beds, bedding, carpets, curtains, lighting and soft furnishings. 

New bedroom furniture includes the Radisson Blu ‘signature chair’.

On the technology front all bedrooms are now equipped with an Apple Smart TV. Fast and free wi-fi is still available throughout the hotel.

‘Collage’ is the new British brasserie restaurant at Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham.

The hotel's fitness suite has also been expanded.

All ten meeting rooms are sporting a new decor as well as technology-upgrades. Barco wireless click share is now available as well as new super-sized flat screen, wall-mounted TVs. 

Larger meeting rooms and spaces offer multiple screens on the walls. The speaker systems plus the digital signage of each meeting room have also been upgraded.

Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham is housed in what is currently the city's tallest tower. It is located at Holloway Circus on Queensway, around 200 metres from Birmingham New Street station and with good access out to the M6 at ‘Spaghetti Junction’ (J6).