View of a room at the Radisson Antananarivo Waterfront in Madagascar.
To make its entry into Madagascar, the Radisson Group didn’t do things by halves with a triple opening in the capital Antananarivo. ” We are delighted to open our first three hotels, showcasing two of our fastest-growing brands and a diverse offering ranging from hotels to serviced apartments
,” said Tim Cordon, senior vice president of the Middle East and Africa region for the Radisson Hotel Group. This new offering ranges from residential, with the opening of a Radisson Serviced Apartments in the city center, to the most upscale with a Radisson Blu, and a Radisson with a boutique hotel feel. These last two establishments, adjacent to each other, are located in the direct vicinity of the Ankorondrano business district, in the private and secure area of Tana Water Front.
Overlooking the sea, the Radisson Blu aims to be an ideal base for business travelers with its 168 rooms and suites and a MICE area with three meeting rooms, a boardroom and a 260 m2 ballroom that can accommodate up to 250 people. Guests will find a classic international cuisine restaurant, The Larder, as well as a relaxing rooftop restaurant, Fire Lake Restaurant & Bar, with a focus on grilled meats and a cocktail bar. The hotel’s rooftop terrace also features an outdoor pool with panoramic views of “Tana.
For its part, the Radisson Antananarivo Waterfront plays on a more intimate offer with only 30 rooms. However, it has its own restaurant, the Tamboho, as well as a heated pool and a meeting room that can accommodate up to 20 people. The hotel’s gardens are also suitable for private meetings and events.
At the same time, the group is completing its offer in the capital of Madagascar with an urban residence of 56 studios and apartments in the city center, all equipped with a kitchenette, mini-fridge and flat-screen television. The Radisson Serviced Apartments Antananarivo City Center with a restaurant offering French and Asian fusion cuisine and, on the fifth floor, a rooftop lounge with views of the surrounding hills and live music
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