Newly Built 101-Room Radisson Hotel Oklahoma City Airport Opens in Oklahoma City Near Will Rogers World Airport

USA, Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 28, 2019

Radisson®, one of the best-recognized hotel brands, today announced the opening of the newly built Radisson Hotel Oklahoma City Airport located at 4716 West I-40 Service Road. The hotel is only four miles north of Will Rogers World Airport on Interstate 40, with the added convenience of a complimentary airport shuttle running on 30-minute intervals every day. Whether exploring the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, touring the campus of Oklahoma City University, or visiting the Oklahoma City Zoo, guests traveling to the area will find comfort at this new hotel.

“The opening of this beautiful hotel demonstrates our five-year strategic plan moving forward, as we continue opening newly constructed, top-notch properties in great locations,” said Aly El-Bassuni, senior vice president, Franchise Operations, Americas, Radisson Hotel Group. “We are proud to welcome this hotel into our growing Radisson portfolio featuring modern designs, great amenities and a caring staff that embraces the brand's Yes I Can!SM service philosophy.”

The hotel offers 101 guest rooms and suites. Guests have access to an onsite fitness center, business center, free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and complimentary parking. Small gatherings or business meetings can take place at the hotel's boardroom-style meeting space, equipped to hold a maximum of 12 guests. The meeting room features free high-speed internet and projector screens, as well as access to onsite catering and an event coordinator. Guests are welcome to dine at the onsite restaurant, Point Bar & Grill, serving American style cuisine for breakfast and dinner. For guests looking for quick bites or refreshments, look no further than the hotel's bar and lounge offering daily happy hour specials. Each day, the hotel manager hosts a welcome reception for guests providing free coffee, tea and other light snacks. The hotel also offers room service plus a 24-hour snack shop located in the lobby.

“It is an honor to open our doors under the Radisson brand,” said L.S. Multani, the hotel's co-owner. “We wholeheartedly believe our spectacular hotel and hospitality catering to the needs of every guest will create memorable moments during each stay,” said Mihir Barve, the hotel's co-owner.

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