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Radisson Blu Resort Fujairah

Radisson Blu Resort, Fujairah is located along a 500-metre private beach in picturesque Dibba, on the UAE’s East Coast, 40min from Fujairah City and 90min from Dubai. It offers 257 beautiful rooms and suites which are elegantly decorated and boast terraces with sea views. The resort features three ... More

Dibba
Fujairah
+971 9 244 9700
Radisson Blu Resort Fujairah

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  • Fujairah, UAE

    Fujairah

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Recent Reviews
It was a good experience. Service in the lobby was very professional. View from the room was also very pleasant. Food could have been better with more variety. Need to add some pool activities for the evening. More
This property is always a good idea when you're planning to leave Dubai for a weekend. But this time we felt different: it felt under-staffed, a bit run down. Nevertheless, the beach is lovely, the swimming pools are nice and it is a family-friendly option. We hope they get to see better days, as for the same price there are better options in nearby hotels. More
As a frequent traveler it was our first trip to radisson blue I can say that it was an amazing experience. What made it different than any other experience is the amazing customer service at the hotel. Special thanks to Ahmad Ayyad at the check in counter who was vey determined to make sure we have a happy stay. Also, special thanks umar from the luggage service who was very friendly,professional and passionate about his job. These things might seem small ,yet can make your over all experience unique . On the other side I would recommend the management to review the hotel’s breakfast buffet as it could have been much better. I will also recommend the management to better manage the pools cleanness and temperature.More
Just returned fro a 3 day stay at this wonderful location, the drive through the bare mountains and across dessert land was well worth it. Unless you go up the east coast from Fujairah city, you will be seeing either empty land or small tiny villages dotted with strip shopping stores. Once you get close, you’re in for a wonderful vista of the tranquil Indian Ocean with its glistening water surface. The hotel spans 4 bldgs with 3 floors each, all facing the ocean. The reception staff was very pleasant and upgraded us to a premium room, extra large with a couch allowing one to stretch and still room for one person to sit. The bath is separated with a glass wall and pull down shade. The walk to the room on the 3rd floor (per my request) was a bit long but hay we’re on vac and this was my daily exercise, added to it the walk to reach the beach. Everything was as i expected or beyond, except the food. There are only 3 restaurants, the Lounge near the lobby has a varied menu to choose from, we ordered the schnitzel came in a small round plate barely 1/2 cm bigger and was over-fried and hard to cut. The ravioli had very dark sauce almost brown, served in a bowl. Both were unappetizing. The schnitzel came with some dry fries and tiny salad. We ate all bit vowed not to return. The next day we opted to try the buffet, at the Breeze restaurant on the second floor overlooking the ocean. The ambiance was superb as we sat outside where the breeze was balmy and a bit cool. However the main dishes were only white rice with makhani (indian), dry tough round beef patties (ground), chicken drumsticks and fried fish fingers. That was it. There was an the island for salad ingredients and another for tortilla chips that came with 4 separate toppings (ground meat, salsa, melted American cheese and whipped cream) that are usually for tacos but they had none (no hard nor soft ones), but all had no taste whatsoever. I asked why they have an Indian dish here even though they had a separate restaurant called Masala, their answer was “for the indian guests” ! I could hardly find any Indian guests throughout, most were Russian, British, few other nationalities and few Arabs. Go figure. Fir drinks, only water was offered, when i questioned it, the manager sent us 2 glasses of mango juice. My friend got a plate with a sample of almost all the cakes/desserts, but except for one item only, all had not taste but fat (whipped cream) and sugar. It dawned in me by then that all F&B staff must be Indians (who are well known for such level of food and presentation). Too bad for such a wonderful resort not to have a par eating spots. At one point we had a piña colada drink at the beach, but again the taste was so inferior I couldn’t venture to second it or get a different one. They did offer beer in the glass but usually cocktails are drunk at the beach. The highlight of this place is everything but the food and beverage. Luckily i had a hunch to pack some nibblings and breakfast food which made us independent, since there were no food outlets in the vicinity outside. The relaxation was paramount, the beach could not be better, clear and clean water stretched far enough into the deep with no algae, the water temperature remained cool even at midday and the afternoon. At the beach one needs to go get on’s drink as there was no one around to take or bring any orders. The lifeguard had vinegar bottle in case of jellyfish sting, altho we had not encountered any. All in all, we enjoyed every moment spent.More
This is the first time ever u have seen such kind of food served any international 5 star hotel. It's pathetic. I didn't expect this from a brand like radisson. Please improve your spread. I will never recommend your hotel.More