Radisson Hotel Group has debuted on Réunion Island with Radisson Hotel Saint Denis, joining its portfolio across three Indian Ocean islands – Mauritius, Madagascar and Réunion.
Located at the north end of Saint-Denis, Réunion’s administrative capital, Radisson Hotel Saint-Denis offers proximity to the commercial and financial district.
Positioned between the old town and the main highway, the hotel overlooks the Barachois waterfront, providing a backdrop for guests to explore the island’s history.
Stylish accommodation and versatile amenities
The hotel features 124 rooms from standard to superior, and also suites. The range includes accessible rooms.
Catering to “bleisure” (travel that combines both business and leisure) guests, it offers a co-working area, a business centre and flexible meeting spaces.
Guests can use the outdoor pool and fitness centre, and enjoy culinary offerings inspired by La Réunion’s local cultures.
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Dharma Kullean, general manager of Radisson Hotel Saint-Denis, highlighted the harmony the Radisson brand brings to the travel experience, stating: “Our combination of endless activities to explore and immerse oneself in the island experience, our unique hotel offering for leisure or business, and our renowned hospitality will ensure guests staying with us have a truly memorable experience.”
Culinary delights and visionary transformation
Culinary options at Le Célimène and Le Macatia showcase the hotel’s fusion of local influences.
The rooftop Sunset Lounge offers space to enjoy ocean views, cocktails and tapas.
Tim Cordon, chief operating officer for Middle East and Africa at Radisson Hotel Group, expressed excitement about the debut, saying in a statement: “The hotel, which underwent a complete transformation, is a key component to uplift the offering in the area and will attract international and domestic guests looking for the ideal leisure and bleisure tropical experience.”
This opening is a strategic move for Radisson Hotel Group, introducing upscale international hospitality to Réunion Island, attracting both international and domestic guests seeking a tropical escape blending leisure and business pursuits.