Madagascar Radisson Opens Three Hotels
Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar. The Radisson Hotel Group has made its debut in Madagascar with the launch of three new hotels under the Radisson brand.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, the Radisson Hotel Antananarivo Waterfront, and the Radisson Serviced Apartments Antananarivo City Centre are the three properties in question.
It is the capital city of Madagascar, which is also known as “Analamanga” or the “City of a Thousand Islands.”
This is a reference to the thousand soldiers chosen by the King in the 17th century to defend the palace, known locally as “Rova,” which is located on the city’s highest hill and serves as the city’s administrative center.
Tim Cordon, Senior Area Vice President, Middle East & Africa at Radisson Hotel Group, said, “We are thrilled to be opening our first three hotels in Madagascar, showcasing two of our fastest growing brands and a varied offering ranging from hotels to serviced apartments.” Radisson Hotel Group is a global hospitality company with properties throughout the world.
‘We are excited to be extending our footprint across the Indian Ocean with a group of hotels that we feel will have a good influence on the Madagascan economy. Working with the amazing staff at Madagascar’s tourist agency, we anticipate attracting more visitors to this cherished island.’
The Radisson Blu Hotel has a total of 168 rooms.
The Radisson Hotel Antananarivo Waterfront is a boutique hotel with 30 rooms.
The Radisson Serviced Apartments Antananarivo City Centre offers a total of 56 studios and apartments for guests to choose from.
“Our hotels will be top of mind for memorable stays, dining experiences, as well as meetings and events of all kinds,” said François van Rens, Cluster General Manager of the three hotels. “We have no doubt that our hotels will be top of mind for memorable stays, dining experiences, as well as meetings and events of all kinds.”
The Parc de Tsarasaotra and the Lemur’s Park are two of the many attractions in the region.
They are home to a diverse range of animals and plants, including the lemur, which is Madagascar’s most adored mammal.
Additionally, the Haute-Ville, a hilltop community known for the architecture of its two-story brick residences that date back to the nineteenth century, is located nearby.
The Rova of Antananarivo and the Andafiavaratra Palace are also located in the city, as is the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga, which is Madagascar’s sole cultural United Nations site and is also a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The Radisson Hotel, on the other hand, expressed its sympathies and condolences to all those who have been affected by Cyclones Batsirai and Ana around the nation.