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November 7, 2013 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney and Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens in Melbourne have made their mark as the leading hotel brands in Australia as the first choice for the travelling Chinese market.

162184According to CTRIP, China’s leading travel booking website, both properties have received more reviews and higher rankings than their competitors in their respective cities.

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney has received over 170 reviews with an average guest ranking of 4.9 out of 5 an increase of 242% of Chinese visitors since joining up with CTRIP. Sister property Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens in Melbourne with over 250 reviews and average guest rating of 4.7, making it the leading hotel in Melbourne for the Chinese market, ahead of the other five-star properties in the area.

Mr Tudehope, Regional General Manager, Australia/Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group Asia Pacific, indicated that “with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group’s rapid growth in China, we are seeing a flow on effect of Chinese travellers wanting to experience our brands in other countries. Our location and friendliness of staff are a winning combination and the Chinese market appreciates this. Radisson hotels are ready for Chinese travellers and it shows in these results.”

As China’s leading travel service enterprise, CTRIP provides over 90 million registered members with comprehensive services including hotel reservations, flight ticketing, package tours, corporate travel management, train ticket and dining reservations. In addition, both business and leisure travelers who hold CTRIP memberships enjoy access to travel information and special discounts from preferred businesses throughout China.

Radisson hotels innovation is the key to success with Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney’s introduction of new services and amenities that have not been offered in the past. Chinese guests can expect specially chosen amenity kits which include loose leaf tea, slippers, turn down service, dental kits and the introduction of Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese speaking staff to help with any enquiries guests may have.

Both hotels are extremely proud ofthese results and look forward to further growth in the market.

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