Thursday, February 22, 2018

Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens’ birthday makeover

Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne has maintained a strong presence in the Melbourne hospitality market for the past 20 years – and it’s about to get a facelift. 

Originally the Victoria Police headquarters from 1977 until 1995, the building received a multi-million-dollar conversion during 1997-98 to become Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne.
 
Situated in a prime position at the top end of Melbourne CBD, the hotel has experienced twenty successful years, driving both domestic and international visitation and has been recognised with a multitude of awards for its service and product.
“The success of the hotel over the past 20 years can be put down to a number of attributable factors, including consistent service, its ideal location at the top end of the city with ease of access to freeways, opposite Flagstaff Gardens and station, adjacent to Queen Victoria market – a Melbourne must-do and within the Melbourne free tram zone. The hotel is ideally located for ease of access to the best combination of nature and city and has maintained a consistent level of service, welcoming many loyal guests,” said general manager Clinton Farley.
Along with many key celebratory activities throughout the hotels’ 20th year, inspired by the number 20; the hotel has committed to raising $20,000 during the year for a local charity. Globally, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group maintains a key focus on engaging in community and environmental practices through the company’s Responsible Business focus.
“Birthdays are also a time to think fresh! 2018 will mark the beginning of the hotel’s rooms refurbishment project, commencing with the business class floors. The refresh will welcome a complete redesign to the look and feel of our rooms and ensure guests continue to experience a great night’s sleep and comfort. The team is extremely excited about 2018 and the activities surrounding the properties 20th birthday,” said Mr Farley.

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