Park Inn by Radisson holds Bookers’ Cocktail ahead of official hotel opening

Park Inn by Radisson holds Bookers’ Cocktail ahead of official hotel opening

Press release, Nairobi, April 2017:

The soon to be opened hotel in Westlands, Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands held a Bookers’ Cocktail event over the weekend at the hotel.

Under the hotel’s theme “Adding Colour to Life”, guests were invited to create their own art using different paint colours. The art, which will be the first of many, will be hanged on the hotel’s wall of fame.

The Bookers’ Cocktail is the first event held at the Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands, ahead of the official opening which will take place after the Easter Holiday.

Invited guests pose for photos during the event.

Park Inn by Radisson is owned by AMS hotels and managed by Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. It is a colorful, friendly and dynamic mid-market hotel brand, designed for the global Generation Y. The hotel is focused on delivering the modern essentials of a great hotel experience, that will resonate well with international and domestic travellers.

The hotel has 11 floors with 140 comfortable guest rooms and also comprises a live-inn room lounge, informal meeting area, modern roof top bar which overlooks Nairobi city, a breakfast restaurant, a Hungry Kiosk and hello desk, a gym, Smart Meetings and function facilities, an outdoor terrace with sculpture garden and an outdoor plunge pool.

The live-inn room restaurant provides guests with a lifestyle hub where they can socialize and relax in the spacious lobby or enjoy reading in the Lounge. The live-inn restaurant is a bold new concept that delivers buzz and ambience, great food and friendly service in a modern setting.

The new hotel is the first Park Inn by Radisson in Kenya, but the second under the Carlson

Rezidor Hotel Group, after the Radisson Blu Hotel in Upper Hill Nairobi. The colourful hotel’s theme is Adding colour to Life.

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