Radisson Group unveils new hotel opening in Berlin

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Published on 11/01/22 - Updated on 17/03/22

Radisson Blu Berlin

Radisson Hotel Group has launched its first German hotel under the growing Radisson Collection brand.

The hotel Radisson Blu Berlin is located in the city's Mitte district across from the Berlin Cathedral and has been renamed the Radisson Collection Hotel, Berlin.

The hotel's famous free-standing cylindrical aquarium  known as the AquaDom is considered as the largest in the world with 1,600 tropical fish.

The Balaustine restaurant will open in March and will offer "dishes full of Levantine flavor and flair accompanied by Middle Eastern-inspired cocktails."
Other facilities include more than 2,750 square meters of meeting and event space on three floors including the DomLounge venue as well as the Heaven Spa with indoor pool, Finnish sauna and a new fitness center.

Oliver Staas, general manager of Radisson Collection Hotel

After an extensive creative design process and all the hard work that was put into creating our German flagship hotel, we are excited to launch Radisson Collection Hotel, Berlin.
The hotel's unparalleled location on the river in the center of Berlin-Mitte, the new interior design with its special attention to detail, and our characteristic Radisson Collection level of service will make this hotel a benchmark in the five-star hotel market in Berlin


Recent additions from the Radisson Group include the Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani Venice housed in a 16th-century building that was once home to the Nani family, and the Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Touring Club Milan located near the city's Duomo di Milano.

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