Rezidor plans to launch Radisson Blu hotel at Carpathian’s Bukovel

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June 23, 2011, 9:48 p.m. | Business — by Staff reports

Rezidor currently operates two hotels: one in Kyiv and another in Alushta, a Black Sea resort town on Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.

The Carpathian resort will be home to the group's third hotel in Ukraine. Rezidor Hotel Group announced this month that it will open its first hotel at a Ukrainian ski resort.

The 252-room Radisson Blu Resort located in Ivano Frankivsk Oblast’s Bukovel is scheduled to open in the winter season.

It will be Rezidor’s third hotel in Ukraine, the other two being in Kyiv and Alushta, a Black Sea resort town on Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.

Rooms at the group’s hotels in Ukraine are in the 300-500 euro range per day.

“We are delighted to have signed a further property in Ukraine which is together with Russia and the further CIS countries one of our key areas for future business development.And at the same time we are pleased to add a new resort to our growing portfolio of contemporary and stylish mountain- and beach resorts across Europe, Middle East and Africa,” said Kurt Ritter, president & CEO of Rezidor.

"Situated in the Carpathian Mountains in western Ukraine, Rezidor described Bukovel as Ukraine’s “most modern ski resort.”

Plans envision that the hotel will feature a full complement of food and beverages, several restaurants, a lobby bar, cigar lounge, saunas, an indoor pool and night club.

A ballroom and 1,400 square meters of meeting space are planned, making the facility suitable for conferences and events. Leisure facilities will include a kids club, a game room, and retail shops.
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