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Reverting clearly biased edit[edit]

When I came across the article yesterday (2012-07-14) and read the introduction I found it to be very biased and most likely written by an employee of the company that owns Radisson Hotels. The first paragraph was as follows:

Radisson is one of the world’s leading global hotel brands. It delivers vibrant, contemporary and engaging hospitality that is characterized by its unique Yes I Can!SM service philosophy. Radisson hotels are first-class, full-service hotels that offer a range of “World of Radisson” services and amenities that have been created specifically to be empathetic to the challenges of modern travel, including its 100% Guest Satisfaction Guarantee.

I've reverted all changes made by RosanneWojciak as they seems very suspect.


And what does this mean? "Radisson Red is a lifestyle select service brand." Seems like pure puffery devoid of any encyclopedic meaningfulness. Perhaps somebody with expertise could clean this up? ~Teledildonix314~Talk~411~ 20:34, 21 November 2015 (UTC)