Hereâ€™s TTGmiceâ€™s weekly round up of MICE developments outside of Asia-Pacific.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel’s upgrading nears completion
The 259-key Radisson Blu Royal Hotel â€“ designed by renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobson â€“ in Copenhagen is now in its final stages of renovation and will be completed this spring.
At present the renovation of the ground floor, lobby area, restaurant and bar, the first floor meeting facilities and a number of guestrooms are complete.
Extensive refurbishment include the removal of the lobby bar and repositioning of the reception desk to create more space for guests to lounge and work; nine meeting rooms have been refreshed and named after Jacobsonâ€™s design classics such as the Egg chair; and guestrooms now feature beds upholstered with Kvadratâ€™s Fiord textile.
Colorado Convention Center goes 3D; expansion plans revealed
Concept3D has launched an interactive map and virtual tour platform for Colorado Convention Center.
Meeting planners from anywhere in the world can search for ideal spaces to host their event, now with the Colorado Convention Centerâ€™s 54,255m2 of meeting and event space â€“ from 63 learning rooms to the 5,000-seater Bellco theatre â€“ mapped in highly detailed 3D renderings atop interactive software.
The Colorado Convention Center has also announced a major expansion plan to add up to 7,432m2 of flexible meeting and ballroom space, more than 900m2 of pre-function and service space, and a 4,645m2 rooftop terrace.
First Israel property to join LHW
The Setai brand of hotels has opened the 120-room Setai Tel Aviv, located in a 12th-century fortress, at the entrance to the ancient city of Jaffa.
Views from the earth-tone rooms include views of the Mediterranean Sea, the historic Jaffa Clock Tower and Square, and the property’s inner courtyards.
Amenities include a spa with seven treatment rooms, a traditional Turkish Hammam, gym, restaurant and bar, rooftop infinity pool, and four function spaces that can accommodate up to 200 people.