England's Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol Unveils Upgrades

Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol has unveiled its recent upgrades, which involved finishing touches to the reception area, conference facilities and dining outlets. Top Touch: The lobby has been improved to include a virtual aquarium that utilizes 4x32-inch LED screens to imitate life-like underwater scenes.

The reception area of the Bristol hotel has also changed shape and has been improved with a newly lit ramp, signage, carpeting and re-designed seating areas.

The hotel's Filini restaurant also has a new look, with the addition of a signature wine wall, a red glass feature window and digital scenes of Italy throughout the restaurant. Guests will be able to sample the menu with seating at the new 'Filini Taster Table' that must be booked in advance of dining.

The Bar at the hotel offers a contemporary work setting during the day and a lively cocktail lounge by night. Upgrades to The Bar include new sofas and chairs from Italy and a more relaxing environment for guests.

All of this compliments the panoramic views of Bristol and the Harbourside from its large bedrooms spread over 17 floors.

Visit www.radissonblu.co.uk/hotel-bristol.

 

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