Radisson Hotel Group opens its seventh hotel in Dubai

The property comprises 206 rooms

In addition to the spa services, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View has a fully-equipped gym and outdoor pool
In addition to the spa services, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View has a fully-equipped gym and outdoor pool

Radisson Blu has opened the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View, making it the seventh Radisson Hotel in the emirate.

The property comprises 206 rooms and guests can enjoy free access to the hotel’s fitness centre, pool, spa and kids club.

Speaking about the property Tim Cordon, area senior vice president, Middle East and Africa, at Radisson Hotel Group said: “We are very proud and excited to open our sixth Radisson Blu hotel in Dubai, one of the world’s most attractive travel destinations and key regional commercial hubs. The tourism sector in Dubai continues to flourish as a result of the Emirate’s remarkable vision; to create a world-class destination for entertainment and culture. The spectacular tourism attractions are supported by the growth of Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest airport in terms of international traffic, and the continued investment in the city’s infrastructure. We are delighted to open another flagship Radisson Blu hotel in such a prominent location in this city and contribute to its growth.”

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The hotel has several F&B outlets. 

Present on the second floor is the BAI restaurant, which offers pizza straight from the wood-fire oven. The Shelf is a 180° terrace open from sunrise to sunset. The hotel also features the Bake House, where guests can grab a light bite or coffee. An internationally-inspired restaurant — The Larder — is also available.

The hotel’s Dreamworks Spa will offer a wide range of treatments using relaxation techniques from around the world in elegant treatment rooms.

In addition to the spa services, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View has a fully-equipped gym and outdoor pool.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View is well-equipped to welcome events of all sizes. With two screens, a partition and the capacity to seat up to 300 guests, the Dhow Ballroom is ideal for any occasion from a wedding or gala dinner to a product launch.

The spacious outdoor terrace, overlooking the Dubai Canal is a fantastic spot to host social events, receptions or post-meeting get-togethers. Facilities include a glamorous ballroom, six versatile meeting rooms, all with natural daylight, high-end audio-visual technology and free high-speed internet.

David Allan, cluster general manager of Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Waterfront, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View and Radisson Resort Ras Al Khaimah, Marjan Island commented: “We are thrilled to be launching this hotel in an outstanding location in Dubai, with a unique offering and such a talented and passionate team. We have been very creative with our recruitment. Personality was just as important to us as work experience when selecting our incredible team as we wanted guests to feel the difference at Dubai’s new, distinctive, design-led hotel and experience delightful service.”

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