Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Undergoes £6M Refurbishment
This summer, Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted enters the final phase of a £6 million refurbishment project. Blending sleek design with modern facilities and exceptional services, all public spaces in the hotel will receive a sophisticated upgrade and expansion. The exciting new refurbishments will include the Atrium Space, Wine Tower Bar and a new Meeting & Events Reception Desk and Breakout Area.
In collaboration with the Trevillion design team, Radisson Blu Stansted will be transforming their public spaces into stylish and welcoming areas in order to enhance the guest experience from the moment of arrival.
From an inviting reception area to a private events space, the expansive atrium will be a versatile space whose function will be adjustable depending on the hotel requirements. Incorporating highly adaptable furniture, a new lighting design and control system, as well as a fully integrated sound system, the guest experience will be maximised and the space will be easily modified for any event, day or night. A new stylish seating area will be developed in the atrium lobby featuring iconic and comfortable furniture, while the atrium walls and lighting will be enhanced. Furthermore, a new meeting and events reception desk and breakout area will be added to support the newly increased ballroom capacity.
The iconic Wine Tower in the Atrium will also be renovated to create a memorable guest experience, encouraging guest interaction and a striking entrance for the hotel. A new sophisticated and lively bar will be built around this unique structure, serving as an area for guests to host meetings and receptions or simply to enjoy a cup of coffee.
Previous refurbishments to the £6 million project included the hotel guestrooms, restaurants and meetings & events spaces. In order to keep up with modern trends, the hotel recently underwent a selection of significant refurbishments in 2017 to ensure the utmost in comfort and style.
The hotel’s ‘Urban’ rooms were upgraded to Superior and the ‘Chili’ design rooms were upgraded to Business Class standards. Investments were also made to refurbish the existing New York Grill Bar into a brand-new restaurant offering called Station 169. The Radisson Blu flagship restaurant Collage was also introduced. Within Station 169, a new entrance was added opposite the hotel lobby to create a private dining area, the seating space was increased and the bar and kitchen were upgraded.
Earlier this year, the Meeting & Events spaces received a £660k refurbishment to help improve guest satisfaction and drive operational efficiency. The hotel is now home to the largest M&E space in the area where the main ballroom increased its capacity to 350 people for dinner and 600 for theatre style presentations.