Radisson Blu defies trends with Sharm resort

Lagoon resort to inaugurate in Sharm El Sheikh this year
Even as demand for Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera appears to be falling away, Carlson Rezidor will be welcoming a second Radisson Blu property to its Sharm El Sheikh portfolio when the Radisson Blu Lagoon Resort opens its doors this year.
The five-star resort will open in the protected Nabq Bay area and will offer views over the Sinai Mountains and the Red Sea, with an “impressive artificial lagoon intertwined amongst guest rooms”.
The property is aimed especially at families with its child-friendly facilities such as its onsite aqua park, which has 31 slides. Visitors will be able to choose from five swimming pools, two of which are for children, as well as several F&B options.
Radisson Blu Lagoon Resort will have 514 contemporary rooms including themed family rooms, royal suites and private villas.


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