Major technology upgrade for Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow

Hotel News - 07/01/2013

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The Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow has launched a major upgrade effort to improve its technology systems.

According to a report published by Conference News last week, the airport hotel is putting some £1 million towards improvements in its more than 40 conference rooms. The effort will see the installation of new lighting and communication systems, as well as updated interiors.

The property’s general manager Paul Duggan told the media that the move was necessary because of the rapid pace of technology in the field. He added that the Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow was one of the UK’s first hotels to provide super-high bandwidth for conference clientele, which provides video conferencing as well as large-scale data uploading.

Among specific improvements, the property will be fitted with new plasma screens equipped with blu ray, new PA systems, ceiling projectors, split screens and special lighting equipment.

The move is the second phase of a major investment effort for the hotel; a £10 million refurbishment of the property’s guest rooms and dining outlets was completed in 2012.

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