Hailed as #1 of 21 hotels in Maputo by Trip Advisor, Raddison Blue is an upmarket hotel in a league of its own. Unconventional chic and high-end features are what sets this stunning accommodation in Mozambique from the rest of its competitors.
Magnificently poised in an affluent and quiet avenue a mere 7 km from downtown Maputo, Raddison Blu is conveniently positioned close to the city centre as well as the international airport and conference centre, making it an ideal base for both leisure and business travellers.
As the flagship of the Maputo hotels, Radisson Blu flaunts its Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence with pride and relentlessly aims at ensuring that all who stay there leave with nothing but glowing hotel reviews and positive feedback. To get a feel of what this Mozambique accommodation looks like, browse through the candid photos and take care not to lose yourself in wonderment at the splendour of this aesthetic hotel.
Classily appointed and designed for optimum comfort, each of the 154 en-suite rooms at Radisson Blu Hotel comes fully kitted with contemporary mod cons to make guests’ stay hassle free. Dial direct telephones, mini bars, air conditioning, 24-hour room service and bathrobes with matching slippers all complete the picture of absolute indulgence. All sorts of budgets and preferences are catered for in a variety of room categories ranging from the more reasonably priced Standard Rooms to the expensive Ambassador Suite. Public facilities include a restaurant, 3 bars, swimming pool, conference facilities, fitness centre and onsite parking.
“We had a fantastic experience when we stayed there for a long weekend. We really felt welcome from the moment the shuttle picked us up from the airport. The staff are friendly and very accommodating and were even helpful with recommendations for food, taxis and everything else. The building is brand new, clean and all the rooms have a sea view. The beds are very comfortable and are turned down every afternoon. Breakfast is fantastic and a great variety of food.” This is what Jj B from South Africa had to say on TripAdvisor after his trip to Maputo.