Radisson Hotel Group Signs New Radisson Hotel at Beijing Daxing International Airport

Belgium, Brussels. July 14, 2021

Radisson Hotel Group continues to expand its presence in China's most dynamic destinations with the signing of a brand-new Radisson hotel at Beijing Daxing International Airport, the spectacular new global gateway that opened in 2019 and is expected to become one of the world's busiest airport.

Scheduled to start welcoming guests in Q1, 2022, Radisson Hotel Beijing Daxing Airport is a modern and stylish upscale hotel located within the Airport Economic Zone, just 1.2km from the international terminal. The hotel will form part of an eco-friendly, mixed-use development that is set to receive the LEED Platinum Certificate upon completion and comprises of hotels, grade A offices and retail outlets. It will also look to play a role in hosting athletes and attendees during the Beijing Winter Olympics 2022.

The 239-keys newly constructed hotel will feature rooms averaging at 32m2 and suites up to 109m2, all equipped with contemporary interiors, modern amenities, refreshing bathrooms and the Radisson brand's signature sleep experience. The hotel will have a strong MICE element; six function spaces include an intimate boardroom, four meeting rooms and an impressive 300-pax ballroom, supported by a business center and VIP reception area.

Guests can stay active and unwind at the gym, indoor pool, yoga room and retail boutiques, or savor delightful cuisine at an all-day dining destination, Chinese restaurant, and lobby lounge. Guests with access to the executive lounge will enjoy a wide range of services. Every stay will be underpinned by Radisson's signature "Yes I Can" service philosophy, creating meaningful and memorable guest experiences.

"We are delighted to announce this agreement for Radisson Hotel Beijing Daxing Airport, which will become an integral part of this outstanding new aerotropolis. The development of Daxing International Airport reflects China's global outlook and confidence in the future. To become the first full-service international hotel in the airport zone demonstrates the strength of the Radisson brand. This important hotel will be a great addition to our portfolio in China, further strengthening our reputation among partners and guests," said Katerina Giannouka, President, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group.

"It gives us great pleasure to partner with Radisson Hotel Group on this project. Radisson is one of the most renowned and respected brands in the hotel industry, and its status will help to attract domestic and international travelers alike, while also ensuring the highest standards of hospitality. We look forward to working together as we move towards the opening of Radisson Hotel Beijing Daxing Airport in 2022," said Mr. Hui Wu, Executive Director & Legal Representative, Kaiyuan Shenggang Hotel Management (Beijing) Co., Ltd.

Beijing Daxing International Airport opened in September 2019 and already serves all the major Chinese airlines and multiple international carriers, including American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Etihad Airways and Swiss International Air Lines. Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, the airport features the world's largest single-building terminal and is expected to handle 72 million passengers per year by 2025, rising to 100 million in future.

Looking ahead, Radisson Hotel Group will continue to accelerate its expansion in China, with a multi-brand growth strategy that will include new openings in key cities, provincial capitals, transport hubs, amusement parks, industrial zones and retail zones all across the country.

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