Radisson Blu hotel clarifies renovation exercise, relocates guests
FOLLOWING insinuations that the wholesale renovation exercise being embarked by Anchorage Leisures Limited, owners of Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on the affected hospitality facility may have been done in bad faith, the management has come out to say the move was informed by the need to reposition the five-star hotel for superior service delivery in line with global standards so that its customers would get more value for their money.
It also said that guests had been relocated to suitable facilities and entitlements paid to disengaged staff as the renovation work goes on speedily.
According to a press statement, the management said: “We have successfully relocated guests into alternative facilities and all entitlements have been paid to disengaged staff.”
It continued: “Given the company’s strict adherence to global health and safety standards, it would be wrong to have retained guests and staff on the premises while the conducting of the magnitude of renovation is underway.”
The management reassured that the facility is reopening as soon as the maintenance exercise is concluded.
The owners observed that while it empathises with its numerous clients over any inconveniences the move may cause them, the exercise is induced by the spirit to serve them better.