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Park Inn by Radisson launches the very first hotel of a new generation in Brussels

May 16, 2017 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Park Inn by Radisson opens the first hotel of a new generation near Brussels airport. The hotel is designed with an explorer theme, which will serve as inspiration for other Park Inn by Radisson hotels around the world. new live-inn room concept will add color to the lives of guests and locals alike – a shared space for connecting and conversing. General Manager Tineke de Wit: “When I see our guests in the live-inn room, truly relaxed, inspired, focused at work, or just having a good time with friends – like one would do at home – I know we’ve succeeded in our intent to create a community”

A New generation of hotels at the crossroads of Europe

Park Inn by Radisson has chosen to open the first hotel with a new look and feel near the Brussels airport, a major crossroads of the European continent. The international brand has more than 140 hotels across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America. The hotel is explorer themed, paying homage to the men and women that traveled our world in search of new places and people. The theme also reflects the hotel’s location and Park Inn’s new community-based approach to hospitality. From Magellan to Vasco de Gama, every meeting room is named after famous explorers and every guest room decorated with earth tones to inspire a sense of discovery. The explorer theme is enhanced by the use of dark woods and dark greens. All rooms feature stylish décor, flat-screen TV’s, a safe, tea and coffee facilities, and Free Wireless High-speed Internet.

A Community for explorers on the go

Park Inn by Radisson at Brussels Airport will be the first hotel in Belgium with a live-inn room concept. “Co-living is the next big trend in hospitality: a feeling of community is increasingly important for travelers“, says Tineke de Wit, General Manager of Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Airport. “We’re creating a social space that lets guests interact. We love the idea of guests getting to know each other over a drink or a television program – it’s a vibrant and colorful image that we plan to make a reality.” Tineke continues, “If there’s one difference with the sharing economy, it’s the role of being a real community hub — a place where strangers can really gather together.”

In the same spirit of creating a community, the hotel will open the RBG, a trendy grill restaurant and bar with a terrace for guests and locals alike. “There aren’t a lot of cozy places to eat for people that work around the airport. We want to offer them a lunch break full of sophisticated and tasty experiences”, says Tineke. Hotel guests looking for something lighter can easily grab a snack from the 24-hour Hungry Kiosk: it is just like taking a snack out of the fridge or using the microwave at home. The hotel also offers nine stylish meeting rooms equipped with the latest audio-visual technology and plenty of natural lighting. Park Inn by Radisson hopes to attract businesses around the airport as well as Brussels startups, making the hotel a hub for those exploring the future of technology and business.

A hotel that helps sustain our planet 

Being environmentally friendly is important to Park Inn by Radisson. Which is why the former office building that is being converted into the Park Inn by Radisson hotel will have solar panels on the roof. To conserve energy, LED lighting will be used throughout the hotel. Park Inn by Radisson has prioritized this down to the smallest details: even the toilets will reuse rainwater to reduce water wastage. Finally, there will be a green rooftop at the entrance of Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Airport.

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