Hotel goes green for St Patrick’s

Iconic hotel in Copenhagen is green-lit this weekend
Ireland’s green-shaded St Patrick’s Day is here again, on Friday March 17, but the celebrations are likely to go on all weekend, all over the world.
Tourism Ireland has been turning landmark buildings across the globe green for the occasion over the last eight years. This year, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen is joining in.
Brian Gleeson, the Irish general manager of the 70 metre-high hotel on Hammerichsgade in the Danish capital, explains his reasons.
“The architect and designer of our hotel was the late, great Arne Jacobsen, whose favourite colour was indeed a shade of green, so I am sure he would approve of this,” he said.
“This is just one of many things we will do in the future to raise a smile and, of course, to have a little fun along the way.”
Copenhagen Post

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