The luxurious Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Riviera is located some ten kilometres north of Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, in Dubrovnik Sun Gardens in Orasac village, in the immediate vicinity of the sea. It is a member of The Residor Hotel Group. Radisson Blu Resort & Spa is a serendipitous fusion of contemporary architecture, striving for beauty and functionality, the work of Croatian architects Branimir Medic and Pero Puljiz and designers of the office Modul from Zagreb. The resort’s interior was designed by London-based firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, whose experts have been nurturing a unique sense of space for four decades, while the unique and recognizably designed gastronomy facilities are the work of Henry Chebanne of the Blue Sky Hospitality, the world’s leading company in its field, with over 100 finished projects in over 25 countries.
Special attention was paid to using domestic resources. As a result, the entire resort was built with local materials – stone and sadre from Dubrovnik and Brac Island. Each detail in the Resort was carefully selected and Zagreb-based Studio Nest made sure it is adorned by Croatian authors exclusively.
In addition to 201 modern and elegant rooms and 207 luxurious suites, numerous and diverse facilities, this largest resort on the Croatian coast has become an ideal place for retreat and a sanctuary of new life force and optimism that meets the requirements of even the most demanding of guests.
Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Riviera is an excellent choice for a getaway trip from the daily routine that so often makes us forget about ourselves. Well-selected and delicious meals from the international or autochthonous menus, followed by a glass of top-quality wine, make romantic restaurants “Origano”, “Tartufo” and “Maraska” a hedonist’s paradise. Cocktail lounge bars offering cold and hot beverages and appetizing snacks and Mediterranean taverns are those places to remember for a long time. Quite a special ambiance is offered by a bar under the starry summer night on the roof terrace of the hotel, offering a spectacular view of the blue coloured infinity. It all turns Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Riviera into a little “town” of its own. Additional contribution to this atmosphere a unique fresh market where guests can taste and buy or even prepare their own products in the bakery, at the fishmonger’s, the butcher’s, the wine shop and patisserie.
This resort has been designed as a true recreational zone in which particular attention has been paid to a fascinating spa & wellness centre stretching over 3500 square meters and offering Anne Semonin Spa beauty products and treatments, including three unique and exclusive treatment designed by Anne Semonin brand exclusively for this resort: Thalassotherapy Thermal Stone Experience, 100% Active Ice Therapy Facial and Black Sand Scrub & Ocean Massage Ritual.
For those who take more delight in active vacation and sunbathing on the beach beneath the complex, taking a boat ride to one of the adjacent islands, visiting some of the natural rarities such as the 500 years old arboretum in Trsteno or the fascinating Dubrovnik made of and enclosed by stones, there is also a sports centre stretching over seven thousand square meters and offering various activities for a healthy body and mind.
Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Riviera Resort is also interesting as a MICE destination, offering services and facilities for congresses. The resort offers state-of-the art multifunctional facilities – a congress hall with an area of more than 1,000 square metres and smaller conference rooms with the high-tech audio and visual equipment.
The Resort also offers services to its youngest guests. The Kids Club is available for all guests aged from 6 months to 16 years, offering fun, supervised play and stimulating activities in a caring and welcoming atmosphere, under the professional supervision of UK professional childcare company P B Kids Ltd.
All in all, you can never get bored in Radisson Blu Resort & Spa. Taking some time off in a place like this, in which the most important life elements are merged, prepares one’s senses for the return to nature. Centuries-old olive trees, unique and abundant vegetation, which are perfectly fitted into the recently completed landscaping project of this luxurious resort, create this rest and relaxation oasis in this picturesque seaside hamlet on the Dubrovnik Riviera, named after numerous walnut trees grown in that area. Visitors of Orasac will see why the noblemen of Dubrovnik used to build their villas in that particular place so they could enjoy their leisure time.