Radisson Hotel Group debuts in Madagascar
Radisson Hotel Group continues to demonstrate its appetite for growth in Africa, most recently announcing its foray into Madagascar with the opening of three properties.

Madagascar recently welcomed the opening of three new Radisson properties to its shores; Radisson Blu Hotel, Antananarivo Waterfront, Radisson Hotel Antananarivo Waterfront and Radisson Serviced Apartments Antananarivo City Center.

“We are thrilled to be opening our first three hotels in Madagascar, showcasing two of our fastest-growing brands and a varied offering from hotel to serviced apartments. We are proud to be expanding our presence across the Indian Ocean with a collection of hotels we truly believe will have a positive impact on the Madagascan economy and together with the wonderful team at Madagascar’s tourism board, we expect to attract more travellers to this beloved island,” says Tim Cordon, Senior Area Vice President for Middle East & Africa at Radisson Hotel Group.

Radisson Hotel Group is one of the largest hotel groups in the world and currently has more than 1 600 hotels in 21 countries, with this figure set to grow by a further 400 hotels across the Europe, Middle East, African and Asian regions in 2022. Africa holds clear appeal for the hotelier, and by September 2021, Radisson had announced a record year with 2 500 rooms across 13 new hotels.

François van Rens, Cluster General Manager of Radisson’s newly launched Madagascan hotels says, “It is an honour to be introducing Madagascar to the renowned Radisson Hotel Group brands and together with my passionate teams, to welcome the world to experience this beloved Yes I Can! service ethos, with our own, warm and welcoming Madagascan hospitality. We have no doubt, that our hotels will be top of mind for memorable stays, dining experiences, as well as meetings and events of all kinds.”  

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