Carlson Hotels Rebrands Brunei Hotel as Radisson

Carlson Hotels has signed on to take over the now Sheraton Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei. As of May 1 the property will be rebranded as a Radisson, marking Carlson's entry into Brunei.

The 142-room Radisson Hotel Brunei Darussalam will open after undergoing renovations, which will include a refurbishment of 130 standard rooms, 10 junior suites, an executive suite and a presidential suite. An all-day dining and speciality restaurant will also be created. The hotel has a club lounge, health club, outdoor swimming pool and spa.

"We are continuing to grow Radisson as a vibrant and dynamic brand throughout Asia," says Jean-Marc Busato, managing director, Asia Pacific.

Visit www.radisson.com.

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