Radisson Hotel Group announces at HOTCO 2024 its debut in Montenegro with the signing of Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort, Kolasin. The 188-room hotel consisting of spacious standard rooms and a range of contemporary suites, including junior and presidential, is scheduled to open during the ski season in Q4 2024.
Standing tall at an altitude of 1450m, the resort is situated within the prime location of the renowned ski centre “Bielasica 1450” on the Bielasica mountain, offering 42km of ski slopes and endless hiking trails. Kolasin, Montenegro’s main ski and mountain zone, is easily accessible by road from within the country and surrounding states and just 75 minutes away from Podgorica city and airport via the impressive, recently opened motorway.
David Jenkins, Vice President, Business Development, Eastern Europe, at Radisson Hotel Group, “We take immense pride in our debut in Montenegro, a thriving market for regional tourism that perfectly aligns with our proactive coastal and urban resort expansion plans. The Kolasin mountain resort zone aligns well with our regional growth strategy, and its inclusion further strengthens our footprint in the Balkans, where we currently have 19 hotels with 3,500 rooms in operation and under development.”
To provide guests with the ultimate resort experience, the hotel will offer an extensive range of facilities with dining options consisting of a lobby bar, an all-day-dining restaurant, and a specialty restaurant, all of which feature an outdoor terrace. The tranquil wellness area features both indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a fitness area with a dedicated yoga space. Additionally, the meetings and events space spans over 385 sqm and consists of a ballroom, meeting room, and pre-function space.
There are several exciting attractions surrounding the resort, including the magnificent mountain lake Biograd, located in the heart of the Biogradska Gora National Park, the Temple of Christ Church in Mojkovac, various monasteries, the Partisan Memorial Breza, Tara Canyon, Kolasin town, and botanical gardens, and cable car rides.