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Design Focus: Radisson Blu, Glasgow

Radisson Blu Glasgow, has unveiled almost 250 completely renovated bedrooms as part of a £15 million refurbishment project to breathe new life into the city centre venue.

Beginning in January 2023, over the course of eight months the team has carefully curated a new look for the hotel.

As part of the large-scale investment in the hotel, Radisson Blu Glasgow appointed renowned designer Marie Soliman, founder of Bergman Design House in London, to develop a design the room to reflect the luxurious offering of the hotel.

Drawing inspiration from Scotland’s rich heritage, Bergman envisioned a hotel which would be more than a place to stay; an urban oasis and vibrant hub representing the spirit of Glasgow, where stories and ideas could be exchanged, celebrated and cherished.

Jim Hamilton of Graven was responsible for the design of the Meetings and Events Space. While Thomas Johnstone were contracted for the the specialist fitout of the Bedrooms and M&E.

Together with the new design, the hotel has increased its offering by creating a luxurious two to three bed ‘apartment’, complete with lounge and separate dining area, as well as introducing new family rooms which offer a combination of double and bunk beds, catering for all ages.

Hina Rubbani-Mills, General Manager of Radisson Blu Glasgow, said, “It is a hugely exciting time for the team as we embark on this new chapter for Radisson Blu Glasgow. The result of the refurbished rooms is exactly what we set out to achieve; chic, worldly and welcoming, perfect for all types of travellers coming to visit us.

“Over the last eight months we’ve poured our heart and soul into the redesign of the hotel, and we can’t wait to welcome visitors from near and far to make the most of our stunning spaces.”


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