Radisson Red to open at Gatwick Airport in 2023

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Published on 08/04/21 - Updated on 17/03/22

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The Radisson Hotel Group and Axcel Group are collaborating to create the Radisson Red London Gatwick Airport, a new premium hotel to be located near Gatwick Airport.

The upscale Radisson Red London Gatwick Airport, scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2023, will feature 185 contemporary guest rooms with Radisson Red's signature artwork, comfortable furnishings and wood flooring.
Guests will enjoy a bistro-style restaurant and bar, as well as a fitness area and boldly designed meeting rooms.

When it opens, the Radisson Red London Gatwick Airport will become the second Radisson Red hotel located near a UK airport. The Radisson Red Hotel London Heathrow opened in September 2020.

We are very excited to strengthen our presence in the region with another Radisson Red property, bringing our UK & Ireland portfolio to 65 hotels and 15,000 rooms open and under development. We are grateful for the ongoing collaboration with Axcel Group, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming guests to this fun, upscale hotel at one of the most important airports in the UK.

Adel Cristea, vice president, head of business development UK & Ireland, Radisson Hotel Group

We are delighted to continue our solid partnership with Radisson Hotel Group and successfully launch this upscale urban hotel at Gatwick Airport. Radisson Hotel Group is the leading international hotel group in the region and this project is a proof of our joint long-term commitment to the UK and its travellers.

Sam Patel, Axcel Group managing director

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