For the fourth time in ten years,the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Hotel at Free Trade Hall was once again awarded the Hotel of theYear award from Marketing Manchester.
Leading consumer advocacy group. Which? conducted a survey in 2013 of UK hotel chains based on cleanliness, service, value for money, customer experience and breakfast. Out of 36 of the biggest and most well known international and national hotel chains, Radisson Blu Edwardian was voted by Which? member as the 2nd Best UK Hotel chain overall, with a score just 1% lower than the first placed chain. Read the Which? Report.
Radisson Blu Edwardian has joined the ranks of British Airways, Jaguar, Virgin and Rolex having been awarded UK Superbrands status - 2 years in a row, 2013-2014
The accolade was announced following an extensive independent survey of 1,600 business professionals and independent experts. Participants were asked to judge brands considering the criteria of quality, reliability and distinction and the following definition of a Superbrand:
“A Superbrand has established the finest reputation in its field. It offers customers significant emotional and/or tangible advantages over its competitors, which customers want and recognise.”
By achieving Two Star Sustainability Champion status in 2012 after achieving One Star Sustainability Champion status in 2011, Radisson Blu Edwardian is demonstrating its commitment to the journey it is on.
The Sustainable Restaurant Association commends Radisson Blu Edwardian for its commitment to local and seasonal produce as reflected in its choice of UK produce and its regularly changing menus. It also commends the group for its Society score which reflects some exemplary staff policies and a desire to treat customers responsibly by offering a wide range of healthy eating options and ensuring that its sustainable ethos is well communicated. In Environment, the SRA notes the group’s commitment to reducing its waste, energy and water usage and for having a wide range of practices in place to achieve those aims
Read the full report from the Sustainable Restaurant Association
Radisson Blu Edwardian were 'Highly Commended' in the Best Carbon Reduction in a Hotel Chain category during the 2011 Green Tourism Week Awards.
Green 500 is a London Development Agency (LDA) initiative which aims to reduce the capital’s CO2 emissions. The aim of Green500 is to enlist some of London’s largest and most prestigious organisations, and mentor them through their carbon reduction commitments.
We are proud to announce that Radisson Blu Edwardian hotels have been awarded the Green 500 Platinum Award for consistent commitment to responsible business.
We're proud to be part of the Green Tourism Business Scheme. The awards, which are only made after a visit from an independent assessor, recognise traditional energy and resource management, as well as businesses that are actively promoting public transport, local cultural activities and London’s open spaces
In June 2009 we were awarded the prestigious Green 500 Gold Award, heralded by Mayor Boris Johnson for London's top organisations, saving thousands of tonnes of carbon and reducing the impact on the environment.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel has been awarded the Green Globe bronze award for its commitment to reducing carbon emissions.
To acheive the bronze benchmarked status the hotel had to meet a set of strict criteria for environmental management.