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20 July 2005
Radisson Edwardian Hotels are sponsers of the 2012 London Olympics

Radisson Edwardian Hotels are celebrating after backing a real winner. The Radisson Edwardian Group is a champion supporter of the successful London 2012 Olympic Bid and was among the first to offer their congratulations to the victorious London Bid team.

As a venue and accommodation sponsor Radisson Edwardian have been a committed champion supporter of the London 2012 Bid to bring the Olympics and Paralympics to London and will continue their wholehearted support for the next seven years.

Says Linda Plant, Vice-President of Marketing, Radisson Edwardian Group: "In the whole run-up to the final Bid announcement in Singapore Radisson Edwardian Hotels were fully behind the team. Since hearing the fantastic news that the Olympics are to be held in the capital we are more committed than ever to support the team."

"From now until 2012 we will do everything we can to ensure that the London Olympics are an outstanding success."

During the months leading up to the win the London 2012 Bid team had access to Radisson Edwardian's extensive conferencing, banqueting and accommodation facilities. From press events to networking venues, Radisson Edwardian hotels hosted some of the most important and influential events which were key to winning the London Bid.

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Notes to Editors:

Radisson Edwardian is one of the UK's largest privately owned hotel groups. Included in the group are the May Fair, Radisson Edwardian Heathrow, The Hampshire & The Pastoria (Leicester Square), The Marlborough & The Kenilworth (Bloomsbury), The Berkshire & The Sussex (Oxford Street), The Mountbatten (Covent Garden), The Grafton (Tottenham Court Road), The Vanderbilt (Kensington) and the recently opened Manchester Free Trade Hall Hotel.

The group had a total of 2,300 guest rooms and 95 meeting rooms.

For information on any of our hotels, rates and reservations visit www.RadissonEdwardian.com.

For further information please contact:
US - Claire Mangers, telephone 001 914 337 5007
UK - Helen Parker or George Anthoulakis, telephone 00 44 (0)20 7534 6080