Radisson Hotel to add 75 rooms with investment of 900 Million, to be upgraded to “Blue” grading from “Blue”
21st Nov, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
KAHTMANDU, Nov 21 : The Radisson Hotel in Nepali capital is set to make reformation in its infrastructure by adding 75 more rooms with investment of about 900 million rupees.
The hotel will be constructing new building which will consist of Rooms, Conference Hall and Coffee Shop, Project Manager Badra Dhakal informed.
The new building is planned to be constructed in Red House (Casino Account). Along with the 75 rooms it will have a conference room which can hold 75 people at once and 100 people in the coffee shop. The hotel already has started the process to acquire permission from the KMC regarding the construction of building.
“There were 160 rooms in hotel before we have added 100 rooms in 2012. Now with the addition of 75 rooms the total number of rooms will be 335. With this we will get new grading in Nepal,” Dhakal said.
The Radisson Hotel now holds the grading of “Green” and will be upgraded to “Radisson Blue” after the reformations. The green grade generally denotes the “Lower Mid Scale”. In order to upgrade the marking the hotel also will be expanding the area of each existing rooms by 2 square meters.
The new project will be initiated from January and will be completed within two years.