PARK Inn by Radisson, the bright upper-midscale brand from Radisson Hotel Group, has made its debut in Malaysia with the launch of a brand-new hotel in the heart of the country’s most vibrant commercial and economic triangle.
According to Rajaram Nagoo, General Manager, Park Inn by Radisson Putrajaya said newly-opened on 1 October 2020, Park Inn by Radisson Putrajaya is perfectly positioned for business and leisure travelers alike; Putrajaya, Malaysia’s administrative capital city, is just 20 minutes’ drive away, while Kuala Lumpur, the country’s largest city and federal capital, is only 30 minutes away by car – great for shopping, sightseeing and business trips. Malaysia’s main international airport, KLIA, is also just 20 minutes away.
“This hotel features 220 rooms and suites, the local area offers an array of attractions, such as the Sepang International Circuit and Putrajaya Botanical Gardens. Every stay will be enriched by Park Inn by Radisson’s unique ‘Yes I Can!’ service philosophy, which is reflected in the positive attitude of the hotel’s staff,” he said.
Rajaram Nagoo explained that we are delighted to introduce Park Inn by Radisson to Malaysia for the first time. This colorful and contemporary brand allows guests to enjoy intuitive accommodation and international amenities at a reasonable price point.
Meanwhile Andre de Jong, Vice President, Operations, South East Asia and Pacific said this opening marks an exciting new era for Radisson Hotel Group in Malaysia, and we expect to introduce even more of our industry-leading brands and hotels to the country in future.
He concluded that with our outstanding location, within easy reach of Malaysia’s two capitals and accessible from the rest of the world via KLIA, Park Inn by Radisson Putrajaya will give guests everything they need, right on their doorstep. We look forward to bringing this brand of bright, feel-good hospitality to local and international travelers alike.
Park Inn by Radisson Putrajaya joins an expanding collection of Park Inn by Radisson hotels in Asia Pacific, including locations in China, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Thailand and the Philippines. [traveltext.id/PRNewswire]