Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow voted World’s Leading Luxury Business Hotel

Moscow, hotel "Ukraine" ("Radisson Royal")

The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow has been awarded as the World’s Leading Luxury Business Hotel 2013 for the fourth year running at the glittering World Travel Awards ceremony held on 30 October 2013 in Doha, Qatar.

“This is the fourth year in a row that the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow has been given the prestigious title of World’s Leading Luxury Business Hotel, paying tribute to the successful strategic development of the property under the leadership of General Manager Jesper Henriksen, and to our industry leading ‘Yes I Can!’ service ethos which keeps guests returning time after time.” comments Wolfgang M. Neumann, Rezidor’s President and Chief Executive Officer, adding, “Including this year’s nomination, the Radisson Royal Hotel’s collection of World Travel Awards now consists of 13 golden statues, and for that we are very grateful and, of course, proud.”

According to the votes of the expert jury, consisting of 200 leading tour operators and industry professionals, Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow (historical name “Hotel “Ukraina”) again proved its right to hold the leading position among the best hotels worldwide.

Now in its 10th year, the World Travel Awards is renowned as one of the premier accolades in the travel and tourism industry. The 2013 World Travel Awards Grand Final was hosted at La Cigale Hotel in Doha, where the industry elite – including CEOs of leading travel companies, government ministers and tourism board chiefs – travelled from around the globe to join guests of honour HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad al-Thani, chairperson of Qatar Museums Authority and Sheikh Jassim bin Abdulaziz al-Thani to celebrate the very best of travel and tourism brands.

The Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow, an impressive building with a height of 206 metres and a total surface of more than 100,000 square metres, is one of Stalin’s legendary “Seven Sisters” skyscrapers. It is located in the city centre – on a bow of the Moskva River at the junction of Kutuzovsky Prospect and Novy Arbat, two of the city’s most prestigious commercial thoroughfares. The 506 rooms and suites (25-370 sqm), and the 38 serviced apartments (70-120 sqm) with kitchenettes, all feature Radisson Blu signature services such as free high-speed Internet access, and are equipped with furniture and accessories from worldwide leading brands including Baker, Provasi, Florence Art, Citterio, Villeroy & Boch, Penhaligon’s and Etro.

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