Radisson Hotel Group opens new hotel in Morocco

Radisson Hotel Group opens new hotel in Morocco

Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Garden is positioned as a luxury golf getaway

Radisson Hotel Group has opened its fifth hotel in Morocco, and its second Radisson Blu Resort in Saidia. 

Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Garden is located on one of the longest beaches in Morocco that stretches across 14 km. 

The resort combines the tranquillity of coastal living with the luxury of a golf getaway. Travellers can enjoy the natural bird preserve that surrounds the town, private beaches, shopping malls, local attractions and sporting activities.

Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Garden

Saidia is a coastal city, located along the Algerian-Moroccan borders, near the city of Oujda. Famous for its fine sand beaches, Saidia is known as the 'Blue Pearl' for its blue waters, popular for divers and water sports enthusiasts.

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Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Garden features 150 rooms across six different categories, all with private terraces that allow guests to take in the scenery. Modern amenities include Nespresso machines.


The hotel has two kids' clubs and a teenagers' club, and it runs a Kids & Co programme, which keeps young guests entertained with activities such as a 'mini disco'. Babysitting services are also available.

Facilities include an outdoor pool, indoor fitness centre, a bar and on-site car rental.

All rooms comprise private terraces

Dining at Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Garden, is authentically Mediterranean. The family-friendly Atlas Buffet Restaurant & Terrace offers a broad selection of salads, pasta, locally sourced meats and fresh fish. 

For a more relaxed dining experience, guests can head to the Oasis Pool Bar to enjoy a cocktail or a quick snack amid colourful Moroccan-style decor.

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