The Radisson Group opens their first hotel in Lanzarote

The Radisson Group opens their first hotel in Lanzarote

Located in Costa Teguise, and with extensive views of the Atlantic, the Radisson Blu Resort Lanzarote has just opened its doors. It is the first from the Radisson Hotel Group to open on the island and the third in the Canary Islands, joining the two Radisson Blu resorts in Gran Canaria. The hotel, which has opted for sustainability, generates 100% of the energy that the resort needs with its solar panels.

The Radisson Blu Resort Lanzarote is ideally located so that its guests can explore the countless attractions of the island, such as the impressive volcanic caves of Jameos del Agua, the Timanfaya National Park, or the island’s capital city, Arrecife.

From the moment they arrive, guests will be wowed by the resort's spectacular location, right on the Atlantic Ocean, and its unbeatable views. A few minutes walk away is the popular Playa Bastián and Lanzarote's promenade, which is the longest in the world, stretching for more than 26 kilometres and offering a perfect setting for walks along the coast enjoying incomparable landscapes.

The nearby town of Pueblo Marinero offers a wide selection of bars and restaurants, as well as Playa de las Cucharas, known for its range of water sports.

After an extensive one-year reform, the resort now exhibits modern coastal architecture and interior design inspired by the volcanic landscape of the island, in which the use of natural elements such as wood are featured, which can be especially enjoyed in the reception and restaurants. The entire complex has been designed so that guests can enjoy incredible views of the sea from any location in the hotel.

Radisson Blu Resort Lanzarote has 225 suites, all of them with a terrace, 13 of which are 'swim up', with direct access to the pool. Among the services are four large heated swimming pools, as well as a complete health and wellness centre with a gym and spa.

The Radisson Group opens their first hotel in Lanzarote

The resort's three restaurants, all with sea views, offer a wide variety of culinary experiences, from Italian cuisine to buffet-style dining to local specialties. ‘Sesto Senso’ serves a combination of traditional Italian recipes with the best seasonal Canarian products. ‘Tremor’ is a buffet restaurant with local and international dishes, while ‘Maar’ offers delicious tapas, poke bowls, and salads in an informal beach club setting.

The new hotel joins the commitment and the Net Zero strategy of the Radisson Hotel Group through the use of solar panels and a geothermal plant that produces renewable energy to heat the water, operate the air conditioning system, and heat the pools of the resort. The hotel also applies a zero plastic policy and is Travelife certified, which recognizes the resort's achievements in terms of sustainability.

Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Senior Vice President of West and Northern Europe at Radisson Hotel Group, says, “To introduce the Radisson Blu brand to Lanzarote with such an extraordinary hotel is a great achievement. The Canary Islands are a prime destination for guests looking to combine rest and relaxation in the sun all year round, and this resort offers the perfect place to stay. The location and the facilities speak for themselves and offer an ideal haven to relax and unwind.”