Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Our Stay at the Radisson Blu Resort in Split

During our visit to Split we stayed in the Radisson Blu Resort Hotel and Spa. It's a five star hotel and we had a wonderful time there. From the luxurious rooms, to the awesome spa, this hotel gave a lot of comfort to us, especially on New Years Day, when most of the restaurants and establishments in the city were closed. In this post I want to share some images from our stay in this hotel, with you.

Our Travel to Split is made up of multiple parts. Other parts include:
Part One: Celebrating New Year's Eve in Split
Part Two: The Klis Fortress (Game of Thrones Location Photos 1)
Part Three: Diocletian Palace (Game of Thrones Location Photos 2)
Part Four: Visiting the Seaside Promenade
Part Five: Our Stay at the Radisson Blu Resort
Part Six: A Walk along the Winter Beach

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Arrival

We arrived in the evening, and once we got checked in, I went up to my room. I immediately had to take my camera out as soon as I saw the dusk outside. A soft afterglow of the sunset was still lingering in the sky. The deep blue sea was in front of me, and I could hear the weaves slowly arriving on shore. We didn't have any plans right away, so I had some time to sit on my balcony and enjoy the view.



Rooms and Accessories 

The rooms are very spacious. I stayed in a simple room, but still had a king size bed, which I enjoyed a lot. From a mini bar, safe, bathroom, tv, spa accessories and various other things, every room has all you need. Each floor of the hotel has a different color scheme. I stayed on the 5th floor, which was decorated in mint green tones. The others stayed on the 3rd floor, which had a lavender theme.





The Next Morning

Waking up here is so pleasing. I just love the sights, scents and sounds of the sea in the morning. I also loved the ocean view i had. Breakfast is usually served 'till 10, but on January 1st, we had an hour longer. The breakfast is buffet style and has everything from eggs, sausages, mushrooms, cheeses, spreads, baked goods, coffee, tea, fruit and so much more. I was really impressed.



Views from the front desk and entrance lounge


Spa at the Radisson Resort

Hotel guests can use the spa facilities for free. You have to pay for massages or a Turkish bath, but the swimming pool, sauna, showers and jacuzzi are free to use. I love that the big indoor swimming pool is overlooking the ocean and that the water is warm. There are also outdoor pools, but of course we didn't use those.




As the Sun sets over the Adriatic Sea

Before I finish this post, I want to share some sunset images from the hotel. The Radisson Blu Hotel is located on the outskirts of the city, so you have the convenience of being close to the city, but also having some privacy and exclusivity. Sunset here is really an event and I hope you will enjoy these sunset shots.







 I hope you enjoyed these images from the Radisson as much as we enjoyed staying there.

The Final Part of the Split Series will be up on Friday.


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38 comments:

  1. Hello Mersad, your Radisson hotel looks lovely. The rooms and location look awesome, I love the views. Your photos are lovely as always.. Have a happy day!

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  2. Schöne Anlage und so farbenfrohe Bilder, sehr schön alles. LG

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  3. Gorgeous sunset captures and the hotel looks great. Love the mod design and colors

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  4. Wow, the whole place is just Wow!

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  5. Gorgeous...as I was reading, I was thinking Danko's blog is the best advertisement for the Raddison :)
    Always love to see the sights through your eyes.
    Happy New Year!

    Salma

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  6. i pick the entrance lounge as my favorite part. love the stairs, the sofas under them and the desk with the clocks... and of course the SKY and the views.. wow...

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  7. What a perfect place and beautiful views indeed!! Awesome captures as always, Mersad!!

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  8. I enjoyed looking at a place I would never stop in unless a flight was delayed and someone else was paying. I'd stick out like a sore thumb in there. I'd be like Crocodile Dundee washing my feet in the bidet.

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  9. The Raddison has a good name Mersad, looks fab and Even though its after midnight here in Perth I could make short work of that breakfast :)

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  10. What a modern and sleek hotel. I like it and that view can not be beat. Fabulous.

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  11. Sieht aus, als wärs ein toller Aufenthalt gewesen. Ich wünsche dir ne schöne Restwoche ;-)! GlG Anne

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  12. Looks like a wonderful trip!
    Thanks for allowing us to travel with you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/01/orchids-in-bloom.html

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  13. Actually prettier in the evening shots to me. The crazy blue furniture I would probably be afraid to sit in--LOL! I've never heard of different color schemes for different floors. What a novel idea. Truly a beautiful place to start the year. :)

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  14. Stunning water views. Lovely idea to have colour themes for each floor. Gives a sense of individuality. And the blue decor in the entrance area is beautifully designed.

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  15. What a gorgeous entrance area - the blue desks are so modern looking - like jeweled boxes. The sunset photos are stunning with the blue of the water and the deep yellow/orange line across the horizon.

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  16. It sounds like a lovely stay and really, a nice getaway.

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  17. What a great place to stay for the New Year! The views are gorgeous!

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  18. Ein tolles Hotel mit einem wundervollen Blick. Zwar modern aber nicht kalt wirkend. Da hätte ich mich auch sehr wohlgefühlt.

    Wünsche dir einen schönen Tag und sende liebe Grüsse

    N☼va

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  19. Amazing photos, looks like a great place to visit.
    x

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  20. Fabulous hotel, Mersad, I was quite taken with your room. What a view. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Love the views! I understand why you were in a hurry to take your camera out!

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  22. Such a pretty place. Those sunsets were spectacular, indeed. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Fancy place to stay and such modern furniture.

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  24. what a wonderful hotel and fantastic views from it. great blue skies.

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  25. Just amazing photos, as always, Mersad! I do think you guys found the perfect place to spend New Years! The resort area is gorgeous, but the views of the sea! Stunning! And I love that fancy hotel! What a great place to stay!

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  26. Just gorgeous, inside and out, and during all times of the day. Thanks for sharing your travels!

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  27. These are gorgeous. They look so warm and inviting and then to see the winter clothes is unexpected. Lovely.

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  28. Gorgeous photography and what a place ~ very inviting ~

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  29. Looks like an amazing place to stay. That blue couch in the lobby was really bold. Loved your sunset views.

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  30. That's quite a space-age lobby! BTW, your Comment button is hard to find.

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  31. A beautiful series of shots. I like the vibrant colors. I like the ultra-modern design of that Radisson!

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  32. What a treat this must have been, love the views from this luxurious location!

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  33. love the photo of all the "skyscrapers" against the mountains. Still trying to figure out where Split is... {:-D

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