Radisson Blu opens its second resort & spa in Gran Canaria Mogan
The resort offers stylish and sophisticated accommodation across 422 stylish and well-appointed rooms and suites.
The new-build hotel offers guests the perfect base from which to explore Gran Canaria, the second most populous of the Canary Islands. Guests arriving into Gran Canaria Airport (LPA) can reach the hotel in about 35 minutes by car.
The Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Gran Canaria Mogan offers pool, garden and mountain views across 422 modern rooms and suites. Designed to a minimalist aesthetic, the rooms are finished with a neutral color palette for a fresh but relaxed look and feel.
Free high-speed, wireless Internet, flat screen TVs and tea and coffee provisions feature as standard in each of the hotel’s six room options.
With three on-site restaurants, diners at the resort are spoilt for choice.
The Larder offers all-day dining, themed buffet dinners and pre-show meals, while Il Taglio serves up International specialties, salads and desserts for lunch, leaving Radisson Blu’s in-house Filini Bar and Restaurant to delight guests with a classic Italian menu in the evening.
The hotel’s Pool Lounge and Entertainment Room & Bar each offer the perfect spot to relax and socialize. Guests can enjoy their favorite drink at the Pool Lounge, while the Entertainment Room & Bar offers refreshing cocktails alongside evening entertainment for the entire family.
Those looking to unwind in the sunshine have the choice of three heated swimming pools and a full service spa featuring treatment rooms and a beauty salon to soothe and relax.
Meanwhile, anyone looking for a more active break has an array of on-site fitness facilities and workout options available, including: Pace 24-hour fitness center, tennis and paddle courts, football pitches, volleyball, multi-purpose sports court, outdoor functional training area Tufteparken, rock climbing wall, and running track.
Famous for its mild climate, temperatures average 22ºC year-round with only a few days of rainfall annually, the island of Gran Canaria is best known for its rich scenery comprising lunar-like landscapes and desert dunes, volcanoes, mountains, pine woods, palm groves and beautiful sandy beaches. ■
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