Radisson Blu Hotel, Biarritz

At a glance

  • Airport


    Radisson Blu Hotel Biarritz is 10 minutes away from Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne Airport. Please note flights are not included but can be arranged.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children’s services include a games room with a flat screen TV and Wii consoles, board games, a reading corner and, during school holidays, films are shown between 09:00 and 21:00.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments in six treatment cabins.

  • Beach

    Beach Location

    Beach: The hotel is within easy reach of the famous Grande Plage Beach and the Côte des Basques.

  • Shopping


    The city is home to a wealth of boutiques, chocolatiers and confectionaries.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Biarritz is something of a European Mecca when it comes to surfing, and is also home to the Hotel Du Palais – the former summer home of Napoleon III.


Radisson Blu Hotel, Biarritz

1 Carrefour Hélianthe 64200 Biarritz France
1 Carrefour Hélianthe 64200 Biarritz France

Spa & Leisure

Offering a view of the Atlantic Ocean and the beach, the Radisson Blu Hotel Biarritz is designed for fitness and relaxation. Facilities include a gym with cardio equipment and weights, and an outdoor pool on the rooftop terrace that’s open all year round, with panoramic ocean views. There is also a relaxation area, sauna, and hammam.

The spa has six treatment rooms including a VIP couples’ suite, where therapists offer a selection of marine inspired treatments using the Thalgo product line, ranging from facials and exclusive massages, to algae body exfoliations, wraps, and wellbeing rituals for men and women; all of which can be tailored and adapted to customer preference.

Hotel & Accommodation

Overlooking ‘La Côte des Basques’ and situated in the heart of Biarritz, the Radisson Blu Hotel enjoys panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as close proximity to the beaches which are popular with surfers. There are 150 rooms and suites at the hotel, arranged over five floors, all employing contemporary design and looking out onto the rooftops of the town’s Basque houses and the ocean.

There are two bars and two restaurants at the hotel. The Onyx Restaurant run by Chef Alexandre Licakis, serves cuisine typical of the region, while the adjacent bar makes for a friendly, informal and welcoming meeting place for friends and family, offering wine, appetizers and regional specialties. From the panoramic roof terrace, the ocean spreads out as far as the eye can see, and the stylish Transat Restaurant provides contemporary cooking using a subtle blend of flavours from around the world.