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Perfectly located by Shatti Al Qurum, the Radisson Blu Hotel is ideally located in the diplomatic and commercial hub. This Muscat hotel, situated in the city centre, is just minutes from nearby businesses like Worley Parsons. The Natural History Museum and the Sultan Qaboos Mosque are just minutes from the front steps of the Radisson Blu Hotel Muscat. Also a short drive from the hotel is the Seeb International Airport, which makes both business and leisure travel very convenient.
Guests at the Radisson Blu Hotel Muscat will feel at home in one of the 153 stylish guest rooms and suites that boast amenities like cable television, complimentary high-speed Internet access and mini bar, as well as individual climate control and premier bath products.
Six delicious restaurants and bars are conveniently located at the Radisson Blu Hotel Muscat, including Olivos Restaurant & Terrace, offering all-day dining, and the Grind Floor, the main floor coffee shop. Visitors can relax at the exclusive Fontana Health Club, featuring a gym, sauna, swimming pool and spa services.
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- Overall: based on 687 reviews
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Large bright rooms
Stay Date: 03/2017, Caz C wrote this review.
We stayed for a weekend and had a smoking room on the corner. The windows were full length and dual aspect so our views were stunning. The hotel itself was comfortable and the staff very friendly. They organised a city tour for us which was excell… See more
We stayed for a weekend and had a smoking room on the corner. The windows were full length and dual aspect so our views were stunning. The hotel itself was comfortable and the staff very friendly. They organised a city tour for us which was excellent and a good price. The only downside of this hotel was that you could not get a la carte breakfast - you have to have either the continental buffet or the full buffet. We were going out to lunch and did not want a heavy breakfast and ended up going without! Sitting by the pool is very pleasant and the bar service good. Collapse
Hotel is Great but TAKE care from room no 106 you will not sleep
Stay Date: 03/2017, mminyawi wrote this review.
Hotel is 4 Star very expensive more than 200$ for one night , I take room no 106 on first floor (smoking) stay 3 nights without sleeping, The pop music noisy and lot of girls and youth with very high voice under my window it was a night mare 3 busine… See more
Hotel is 4 Star very expensive more than 200$ for one night , I take room no 106 on first floor (smoking) stay 3 nights without sleeping, The pop music noisy and lot of girls and youth with very high voice under my window it was a night mare 3 business day but the hotel is clean, good breakfast Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, L B wrote this review.
A group of us spent a few nights at the Radisson Blu and enjoyed it in general. The rooms were comfortable and the staff were very helpful and friendly. We had lunch on the terrace which was good but expensive. The pool and surrounding area was rela… See more
A group of us spent a few nights at the Radisson Blu and enjoyed it in general. The rooms were comfortable and the staff were very helpful and friendly. We had lunch on the terrace which was good but expensive. The pool and surrounding area was relaxing. On the first night we went down to the pool for drinks, it was a very chilled atmosphere and the bar staff were lovely. However, on our second night the Holi party was on. This was great fun and there was an almost club like feel to the poolside area. We didn't want to be in the middle of the crowd so we sat in an area that was reserved for guests of the hotel and had security at the entrance to make sure nobody else came in. When a male member of our group returned from the bathroom a security guard called Muneer would not let him in, he told him to go away but didn't word it so nicely. The member of our group who had been refused entry showed his key card to his room to show him that he was a guest of the hotel but the security guard put his hand up to his face and told him he wasn't interested and he didn't care if he was a guest of the hotel. Several other members of our group tried to reason with the security but he was as equally rude to everyone, telling us to go and complain and that he didn't care what the hotel management said. We went to the reception of the hotel and spoke to the gentleman on the desk who was very understanding, he explained the security was from an outside events company for the Holi party and not from the hotel. He said the security had no right to stop hotel guests entering and he repeatedly tried to call the events manager but they didn't answer. Eventually our group had to leave the party, even though we were all staying at the hotel,as we couldn't leave one person out of the group. This happened before we had finished our first drink, the person in our group had not caused any trouble and was sober, in fact he was the quietest of our group and was not rude to the security at any point, even after being refused entry. The security guard just decided he didn't like his face. The hotel receptionist told us the next day that they had received 8 separate complaints from people staying at the hotel that the same security guard would not let them in a place reserved for people staying at the hotel even though they could prove they were guests of the hotel and he had been extremely rude and all the people had to leave the hotel to continue their night elsewhere as he chose just one person from every group to refuse entry and would not give a reason. The receptionist said that by the time the events manager had answered their phone the night before, the party had ended and the security had left. I strongly suggest that for future events the hotel use an events management company that lives up to the standard of the hotel. Guests had to leave the hotel to enjoy their night when they would have preferred to stay. It was very disappointing and not what was expected of a hotel with such a good reputation. Nobody from our group would again attend an event held at the Radisson until they know that more care has been put into the selection of outside staff. Collapse
Very nice hotel
Stay Date: 03/2017, alex4777 wrote this review.
It's a very nice hotel with friendly staf. We got a free upgrade from standard to suite and could enter our room at 11:00am already. Swimmingpool is 50m away from the highway, but perfect situated and you don't hear or notice the highway. In the afte… See more
It's a very nice hotel with friendly staf. We got a free upgrade from standard to suite and could enter our room at 11:00am already. Swimmingpool is 50m away from the highway, but perfect situated and you don't hear or notice the highway. In the afternoon it can get windy (like everywere in Oman). Collapse
Very friendly city hotel, great swimming pool
Stay Date: 03/2017, Andrew P wrote this review.
Probably because of the multi-national mix of the staff (e.g. Indian, South African, Nepalese) this is one of the friendliest hotels we have stayed in. It is primarily a business hotel, but we were there as tourists and didn't feel out-of-place. In f… See more
Probably because of the multi-national mix of the staff (e.g. Indian, South African, Nepalese) this is one of the friendliest hotels we have stayed in. It is primarily a business hotel, but we were there as tourists and didn't feel out-of-place. In fact, a major advantage of this was that the swimming pool was very quiet during the working day and got busy only later on in the afternoon when business folk came back to cool off. The rooms are large and the beds are comfortable. All the front desk staff that we encountered were delightful and went out of their way to help us organise our visit to Muscat. The major gripe that we had with this hotel was the price for breakfast (12 Rials = £25 per head), a beer at the pool (3.5 Rials = £7+) and the dinner buffet (typically 16 Rials). I guess since most of their guests are business people on generous expenses or having their company pay the hotel bill, this is normal for Oman. However, we found the prices excessive when there are much cheaper dining options outside the hotel within walking distance. Luckily the minibar in our room was sealed, so we were not even tempted to look at the price list for that! Collapse
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