Carlson Hotels Worldwide adds to portfolio

06 December 2005
Carlson Hotels Worldwide adds to portfolio

Carlson Hotels Worldwide (CHW) has added another 13 properties to its portfolio of 900 international hotels and is set to expand further next year.

Two Radisson Hotels & Resorts in Malta and Mexico, one Park Plaza in India, three Country Inns & Suites in the USA and seven Park Inn Hotels in the UK and India have been added to the group.

Sam Winterbottom vice-president of development at the company said he was delighted with the progress. "In all we've added 96 hotels since 1 January of this year."

The company plans to add a further 100 properties in 2006, focusing on expanding the Radisson Hotels & Resorts and Country Inns & Suites brands.

CHW currently operates more than 913 properties under five brands; Regent International Hotels, Radisson Hotels & Resorts, Park Plaza Hotels and Resorts, Country Inns & Suites and Park Inn in more than 69 countries.

CHW is a subsidiary of Carlson Companies, which provides consumer services in the marketing, travel and hospitality industry including Radisson Seven Seas Cruises and TGI Friday's.

By Emily Manson

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