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Radisson Blu Resort & Spa

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Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens is a brand new pearl in the string of  Dubrovnik's finest hotels.
This resort is a combination of a modern architecture, traditional hospitality and professional service dedicated to the guests.
Radisson Blu Resort & Spa provide the very best in luxury accommodation, the finest food and hotel services.
The hotel has 201 spacious, modern- styled rooms, all with a  breathtaking sea-view and private terraces along with Junior, Executive and Presidential suites.
There are also 207 deluxe apartments, featuring  1, 2 and 3 bedrooms, built in kitchenette, lounge/dining area and bathrooms, all with balconies
The elegant terraces with stunning sea view form part of the overall experience in a setting that is second to none.

You can indulge all your senses in one of the  restaurants while trying some of the local or regional delicious cuisine, sitting indoor or outdoor, overlooking the magnificent scenery- Elaphite islands and crystal clear sea.
The charming Market Place, within the resort, offers its services and sells fresh products.
One can relax in one of the largest Spa and Wellbeing destinations on the Dalmatian coast 
or, if you prefer, get active in  Sports Centre with indoor and outdoor sport courts, while your children are having fun in Kids club
Meetings and events can be easily hosted  in an impressive area of 1.102m².

Radisson Blu Resort & Spa will definitely fulfill all your dreams on perfect holidays.





Big problems with access to Dubrovnik, seaviews, food and practical room facilities
2010-02-06

A poor experience and not a credit to the Radisson name. Location and access to Dubrovnik a real problem, plus issues over seaviews, poor food (poor vegetables, and hopeless for vegetarians, gluten-free and other special diets), and practical room facilities.

To start with the few positives. The staff are very pleasant  but so are nearly all Croatians, so that doesnt distinguish the hotel. The rooms are large, clean and modern, but have lots of practical problems  see below. But there are some real problems which we didnt believe were teething problems.

Seaview  we booked deluxe rooms as our agent said standard rooms have partial seaview and deluxe have full seaview. These deluxe rooms had view overlooking apartments and the apartments carpark with just a glimpse of sea from the corner of the balcony. We complained, and so did our rep, but werent moved.

Location  its a VERY long way out. Wed been told there were regular boat and minibus transfers  there werent. The boat service was cancelled throughout as it was too cold in the first week of October, and the minibus was reduced to a couple of very awkwardly-timed (and not cheap) trips a day. We were told this was because most of the guests at that time happened to be conferences without a need for the bus  but you cant check up who else is staying before you pick the time of your stay! Taxis are no alternative as we were told they would be L35 - L40 each way. Also bear in mind that if you book daytrips with your tour firm, youll have to be picked up around 40 minutes earlier than other hotels and arrive home 40 minutes later, which makes a big difference on very long trips like the popular Montenegro trip.

Food is a problem unless you want to eat nothing but red meat, and tiny very creamy desserts. Very few vegetables. Fish options limited and not always well cooked (eg tough monkfish). Forget it if you are vegetarian. I am gluten-free and was told on day 1 the only thing they could provide without a gluten-y sauce was octopus! As the staff are nice, they eventually offered plain chicken instead but this took over 30 minutes to arrive with dry, undercooked rice.

There are also impracticalities with the very designer rooms. There are no rooms safes. The heating / airconditioning is ineffective. The wardrobes are too short and you can only hang a shirt or top  even trousers are too long to fit, let alone anything full-length.

The hotel facilities are unimaginative, especially if you are penned in because of the lack of transport into town. Not everyone only wants a gym. The free internet access is great but there were only 3 terminals and a queue for them even when the conference people were occupied in their sessions. There are no books or newspapers available for guests.

We really couldnt recommend this hotel, despite the nice staff. Location / access are a serious problem and there seemed no motivation to address this. The hotel may suit you if you are there for a conference, dont want to go and see Dubrovnik as a tourist, if you only eat red meat, dont care about practical facilities in your room, and dont want to see the sea. Otherwise, go elsewhere!



Big problems with access to Dubrovnik, seaviews, food and practical room facilities
2010-02-06

A poor experience and not a credit to the Radisson name. Location and access to Dubrovnik a real problem, plus issues over seaviews, poor food (poor vegetables, and hopeless for vegetarians, gluten-free and other special diets), and practical room facilities. To start with the few positives. The staff are very pleasant but so are nearly all Croatians, so that doesnt distinguish the hotel. The rooms are large, clean and modern, but have lots of practical problems see below. But there are some real problems which we didnt believe were teething problems. >>> more
BEWARE OF THE WINE AT THE RADISSON BLU RESORT DUBROVNIK
2010-02-06

Beware of the wine at the Radisson Blu Resort Dubrovnik. The weeks holiday we booked with Citiescapes included half board at the Radisson. We dined each night in the Hotels main restaurant The Origano. The food was fine but the wine is another story. >>> more
Beautiful hotel and grounds
2010-02-06

We went in mid-September and really enjoyed our stay. There were still some bumps, hopefully that will improve with time. Although the weather was still warm and sunny, it appeared to already be low-season when we went. >>> more
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