Radisson Blu Hotel, Biarritz
What We Love
- A glamorous stay near the beach, with a rooftop pool overlooking the ocean - spa access includedThe fabulous rooftop swimming pool, which look out over the glistening ocean
- Being within walking distance of the famous Grande Plage and Côte des Basques beaches
- Having access to the spa - complete with a generous discount
What To Know
- The hotel is well located, just a short walk from the beach and city center
- Hit the rooftop bar for pre-dinner drinks, not a nightcap – it closes rather early
- Free WiFi works well
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
The glamorous resort of Biarritz on France’s south-west coast has long been the playground of the international jet set since it was favoured by royalty back in the 1800s. You too can follow in their footsteps with a stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Biarritz, standing proud just back from the seafront.
This modern edifice is just a couple of minutes from the famous Côte de Basques beach, which is great for surfing and backed by rugged cliffs. If you find the waves too strong for swimming you can make use of the hotel’s fabulous rooftop swimming pool or treat yourself to some pampering in the spa. With quality in-house restaurants you never need stray far to dine, while the rooftop bar and terrace boasts one of the best views in town.
Stroll down to the famous Grande Plage, have a flutter at one of Biarritz’s huge casinos or play a round of golf on one of a number of top-notch local courses. After a busy day retire to your well-appointed room, equipped with every modern amenity for a restful night’s sleep. Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Biarritz offers all you could wish in the heart of this chic but welcoming resort.
How to Get There
We stayed for one night at Radisson Blu Biarritz in room 107, a large room with lots of space for two suitcases, electrical outlets by the desk and two windows with a view of a rooftop. the bathroom was large with fine amenities and a good hair dryer. We had dinner with the tour group at the hotel dining room, and it was the best of the included dinners in the tour. It took us 8 minutes to walk down the hill to the shops in the town square. There were three pegs to use to hang towels in the bathroom We had very little neighbor noise. The breakfast was excellent. We feel that the Radisson Biarritz is an excellent hotel.
The hotel has a good location, very close to the beach and the center.. The rooms are nice, the buffet breakfast is good, though a bit expensive or a 4 star hotel.. The staff are welcoming and polite.. Would recommend it when in Biarritz..
Good location, near the beautiful beach area,that is all..
The room was kind of spacious but out of date. the pool was Ok. the breakfast was expensive and poor! I am suppriaes that there was no vegitable or fruits. the hotel is located in one of most greenish areas surrounded by farms, wine yards, yet they offered only muffins, croissant and black coffee for 22 euro per person! we decided to eat somewhere else in one of the cozy coffeshops in the neighbourhood.
The gym was a 2x3m room looked like a storage room with 1 rowing machine, 2dumbbells ( one was 2 kilo and the other one was 5 kilo!) and 1 yoga mat. total renovation is a needed here. indeed.
This is a really good hotel with excellent customer service. We stayed for just one night and our room wasn't quite ready when we arrived. We were invited to wait in the rooftop lounge and were given a complimentary drinks voucher. We didn't eat in the hotel so can't comment on the restaurant, but we had breakfast in the bar which was excellent. Highly recommended.
Stayed at this hotel with my girlfriend for two nights. It’s in an excellent location with just a one minute walk to one the biggest beach and in the opposite direction only another minute walk to the start of the town. Reception staff were very welcoming and of great assistance in advising how to get around. Standard room was very spacious and clean. Roof top bar is excellent and the small pool is very useful when the tide comes in. Only ate breakfast there which was your typical continental spread but is very pricey at €23 a head. Parking is onsite and underground but comes at a cost of €20 per night which is very steep when it’s there own parking.