Radisson Individuals Debuts in India With the First Hotel Opening in Imphal

Belgium, Brussels. April 08, 2021

Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce the debut of Radisson Individuals in India with the opening of Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals today. Radisson Individuals offers independent hotels, along with local and regional hotel chains, the opportunity to benefit from Radisson Hotel Group's international awareness and experience with the freedom to maintain their individual uniqueness and identity.

Each hotel joining the Radisson Individuals brand is selected for their own characteristics and personalities. The brand offers guests an opportunity to discover new locations around the world, while experiencing Radisson Hotel Group's high standards of quality and Yes I Can! service, combined with the local flavors and personality of each hotel. The brand was launched last year and is expected to be a key contributor to the Group's growth story in the market.

"We are excited to enter this new partnership launching Radisson Individuals in India. The hotel's strong service standards, matched by our global expertise and robust distribution will co-create unparalleled experiences for guests looking to travel to the beautiful city of Imphal," said Zubin Saxena, Managing Director and Vice President, Operations, South Asia, Radisson Hotel Group.

Overlooking the majestic Baruni Twin Hills and ridges, Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals features 171 uniquely designed rooms. The hotel is strategically built in the commercial hub of Imphal at Chingmeirong and is just nine kilometers away from Bir Tikendrajit International Airport. The hotel's convenient access makes it a prime choice for business and leisure travelers visiting the city.

Spread over 54,000 square feet, the hotel's modern architecture and state-of-the-art room designs exuberate world-class living. It features rooms across Superior, Deluxe, Suite and Presidential Suite categories, two banquet halls with capacity of 100 to 250 pax and a meeting room.

Housing exciting dining options that suit all tastes, the hotel includes some of the finest restaurant options such as Aroma - multicuisine restaurant; Panorama - grills and kebabs and Atrium - coffee lounge. The hotel also features a full-service spa - Oriyana, a contemporary fitness center with modern equipment and a swimming pool.

"We are delighted to be affiliated to Radisson Hotel Group. Radisson Individuals represents a great opportunity for us to enhance our visibility, nurture customer confidence, and access a wider guest database. With this association we will be able to take the hotel to new heights and deliver globally recognized experiences with a touch of local," said Dr. Thangjam Dhabali Singh, Owner, Chairman & Managing Director, Babina Group.

Salam Sachhidanand Singh, General Manager, Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals added, "The hotel focuses on style, function and services that provide an upscale and comfortable experience for guests. Easy access from Bir Tikendrajit International Airport and our unmatched hospitality make Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals a preferred choice for our guests."

Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals will be implementing the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, launched in collaboration with SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. With safety protocols in place, guests can safely check-in and check-out with a peace of mind.

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