News for the Hospitality Executive
The 330-room Radisson Hotel in Nashua, New Hampshire
Launches Major $8 Million Renovation
N.H., May 21, 2008 - Carlson Hotels Worldwide today announced the 330-room
Radisson Hotel Nashua (formerly Sheraton Nashua Hotel) located at 11 Tara
Boulevard in Nashua, NH, is undergoing an $8 million renovation. Expected
to be complete by November 2008, upgrades to the seven story "castle" style
hotel will include the creation of 14 unique suites and renovations to
the guest rooms, spa facilities, and all meeting space including New Hampshire's
"Radisson is focused on delivering the highest quality product and service for today's travelers," said Steve Lambert, General Manager of the hotel. "The hotel's renovation supports our brand commitment to be the best in class and provide guests with an unforgettable lodging experience."
Major changes will extend to every corner of the hotel, from new elevators and parking lot surfaces to customized Sleep Number Bedding in each room. The hotel has a castle motif with a full-service, five treatment spa where guests may enjoy extensive spa services or simply work out in the 25,000 square foot fitness area. All guest rooms and corridors will bear new stylized finishes that complement the Castle's unique setting.
"With these improvements, we're confident our hotel will solidify its place as the preferred lodging destination for visitors to southern New Hampshire," added Lambert.
Radisson Hotels & Resorts(R), one of the world's leading, full-service hotel companies, offers warm and engaging genuine hospitality at every point of guest contact and is focused on being the hotel of choice with business and leisure travelers by understanding their independent mindset, changing needs and desire to have more control over their hotel experience. Radisson is continuing to evolve the brand, introducing new product and service standards to enable guest choice.
Radisson Hotels & Resorts
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