It is said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and Radisson Hotel Group could not agree more.
Serving more than 90 breakfast items at Radisson Blu and Radisson Collection properties and more than 60 items in Park Inn by Radisson and Radisson RED properties, Radisson Hotel Group has a wide variety of options available to ensure guests can build the perfect breakfast for their day ahead, whether that includes running a marathon, sitting through all-day meetings or recovering from a late night.
Radisson Hotel Group is running a campaign that aims to further educate guests on the nutritional value of the breakfast food items available at its hotels and to inspire them to create a breakfast that suits their day. Partnering with Sophie Bertrand, nutritionist and founder of Sophie’s Healthy Kitchen, a range of different breakfast plate ideas will be showcased across UK hotels from mid-September to launch the campaign.
Sophie Bertrand is a Registered Associate Nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition and has a BSc degree in Psychology and an MSc in Nutrition and Eating Disorders. Her background has shaped her interest in the balance between health and food enjoyment. Sophie and Radisson Hotel Group have created a series of educational materials to support this exciting new campaign, including brand new posters, digital screens and an in-room brochure helping to excite and enthuse guests in time for breakfast.
Sophie said: “Not many people have a fridge stocked with as many breakfast ingredients as there are available at Radisson Hotel Group properties. The campaign is a great way to educate guests about breakfast, nutrition and enjoying food. I look forward to supporting Radisson Hotel Group with this activity as it continues.”
Radisson Hotel Group is evolving and increasing its offering to ensure there is something available for everyone. With new A La Carte breakfast menus available in all UK properties from October, the hotels will offer even more vegetarian and vegan options for diners.