If hotels like the Marriott and Mövenpick are too far from the city center to suit your needs, then forget about staying at this Radisson. That said, a commercial high-rise across the street houses State Street Capital and other financial companies, so the hotel may be perfectly convenient for some business travelers. Radisson also attempts to coax deal-seeking travelers with relatively low rates, especially for a luxury accommodation, but unless you have business to attend in the immediate vicinity, we would pay more and stay elsewhere.
The 18th floor is home to all things athletic and relaxing. Glass predominates throughout the modern facility. Views are jaw-dropping through floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a welcome distraction from pedaling or jogging in place. All of the machinery is Technogym's finest, but we wish there were a few more for this size hotel - 428 rooms. Strength options are limited: 3 weight-stations and a 5-35 lbs. dumbbell set.
Radisson's pool is beautiful and fantastic for a leisurely dip and/or pool deck lounging, but its short length (maybe 10 meters) prevents any meaningful lap swimming. Joggers should consult the concierge who can provide directions to nearby jogging paths.
The rest of the accommodation is big, modern and impersonal. Guest quarters are presented in four styles: "At home", "Chic," "Fashion," and "Fresh." This selection is more marketing gimmickry than anything else, we don't have a preference to recommend. We do like the splendid views, comfortable beds, upscale bathrooms, floor heating and complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel. No need to upgrade to the business class rooms - the added benefits don't justify the increased rate.