Park Inn by Radisson Vilnius Airport Hotel & Business Centre Opens in Lithuania

Belgium, Brussels. October 12, 2020

Radisson Hotel Group confirms its commitment to the Baltic market with the opening of a Park Inn by Radisson hotel at Vilnius Airport. With 120 guest rooms, four meeting rooms totaling 400 sq. m., the Italian style Bocca Buona restaurant and bar, a modern gym and parking, the new upper-midscale hotel offers guests the best and most convenient start to their trips.

Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Area Senior Vice President, Northern & Western Europe for Radisson Hotel Group, said, "We are delighted to open the most convenient hotel at Vilnius Airport. In these challenging times for the travel industry, we believe in offering guests the best possible experience at an affordable price. With the addition of this hotel to our Baltics portfolio, we are strengthening our position as the leading international hotel group in the Baltics, and now offer our guests five different hotels and almost 1,000 rooms in Lithuania".

Marius Jakulis Jason, an investor in the Airport Hotels Fund, said, "Our new 4-star hotel and business center in collaboration with Radisson Hotel Group is ideally located by Vilnius Airport and the ring road around Vilnius, which is a rapidly developing business area."

The hotel's contemporary guest rooms were designed featuring a modern, neutral palette of grey and cream colors, and each room is decorated with photographs of Lithuania taken by the well-known photographer Marius Jovaiša. The hotel design was created by GintÄ— PamerneckienÄ— according to the latest Radisson Hotel Group design standards. The hotel's Italian restaurant, Bocca Buona, features a live pizza cooking station which celebrates the Italian way of living and creates a warm and lively ambience.

The new Park Inn by Radisson hotel can safely accommodate guests and groups up to 300 people in its business centre. The largest meeting room accommodates up to 150 people. The hotel uses the latest protocols as outlined in the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene have been implemented.

In May, Radisson Hotel Group launched the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, a program of in-depth cleanliness and disinfection procedures, in tnership with SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.

These new guidelines include hand sanitizing stations at all entrances, the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and protective screens, enhanced and recorded cleaning and disinfection frequency, social distancing in all areas of its hotels, including in the Meeting & Event facilities, training in local, Centers for Disease Control, or World Health Organization recommendations and health guidelines, reiteration of food safety standards and comprehensive staff training.

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