Advertorial: Radisson RED opens its doors in the iconic and historical city of Liverpool
As a well-known centre of arts and culture, as well as being Britain’s second most filmed-in city, Liverpool is a buzzing creative hub. From Ryan Coogler’s Creed to Barbara Streisand’s 1983 directorial debut Yentl, the northern city is full of endless filmic possibilities and home to a long-standing history of cinema creations.
Radisson RED’s opening in Liverpool is the perfect blend of the cultural legacy of the city with the signature creatively eclectic design of the hotel brand. The Grade II-listed property, originally opened as an 1800s British railway hotel, is brought forwards to a modern day liveliness, starting with the restored six-meter-high 19th century stained glass window accompanied by homages to the musical and cultural essence of Liverpool.
Both “representing fun and vibrancy,” as Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Area Senior Vice President, Northern and Western Europe at Radisson Hotel Group commented, Radisson RED and the city of Liverpool are “the perfect match”. The 10-storey hotel includes 201 guest rooms and suites as well as modern barbecue and robata grill restaurant Stoke, providing farm to fork cuisine. Guests are also able to take advantage of the five meeting rooms, in house gym and private dining room that overlooks acclaimed concert venue, St George’s Hall.
With over 792 hours dedicated to the refurbishing of the grand staircase alone, Radisson RED’s situation in Liverpool was not a rushed process. Featuring a 1960’s-style sidecar, scooter and submarine in homage to the city’s most famous export, The Beatles, pieces by local artist Indigo Art located in the guest rooms, as well as an image of the city’s symbolic Liver Bird, Radisson RED Liverpool is a welcome appreciation for the must-see destination.
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