There are many questions that come as a result of this decision to go all-inclusive. Will the quality of food and service be the same? Will it attract the same type of traveler? Will it continue to be an upscale property despite the all-inclusive approach?
Another interesting thing about this purchase is that Radisson sold the property for only $45 million, after putting in a total of $90 million in renovations since it acquired the hotel in 2008. Since businesses don't sell below their investments for kicks and giggles, one has to figure Radisson was having a hard time selling rooms.
We'll continue to monitor any changes that result from the sale and check back in once we make a swing through to see them for ourselves.
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