Radisson Hotel Diamond Barranquilla
Radisson Expands Its Footprint In Colombia With A Hotel Opening In Barranquilla
Rebranding – 132 Rooms
The hotel, previously Park Inn by Radisson Diamond Barranquilla, underwent a renovation that included updating the lobby and guest rooms before joining the Radisson portfolio. Guests arriving at Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport (BAQ) have an approximately 40-minute taxi ride to the hotel, where they are met with an exciting contemporary space that amplifies the urban environment surrounding it.
Radisson Hotel Diamond Barranquilla's 132 modern guest rooms and suites come equipped with free Wi-Fi and city views. Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast and 24-hour room service from the onsite restaurant, RBG Bar & Grill, as well as the hotel's picturesque rooftop pool and sauna that brings coastal relaxation to the city center. The property also includes a business center and fitness center available to all guests, plus 16 modern meeting spaces.
With the health, safety and security of guests and team members as its utmost priority, Radisson Hotel Diamond Barranquilla is implementing the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol program. The launch of the in-depth cleanliness and disinfection protocols were developed in partnership with SGS, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. This program is designed to ensure guest safety and peace of mind from check-in to check-out.
Conveniently located around the corner from numerous popular dining and entertainment options found on Street 84, the hotel puts guests in the perfect location to access all of Barranquilla's top attractions. While best-known for its world-renowned Carnival and BarranquiJazz festivals, Barranquilla is teeming with culture year-round. Guests will find historic landmarks including the Customs Building and the Caribbean Culture Park within a few kilometers of the hotel and have easy access to the city's most popular shopping options, Buenavista Mall and Viva Barranquilla Mall. The nearby Magdalena River serves as a scenic gateway to Colombia's Caribbean coast, where guests can take in the view of Colombia's biggest natural park, Via Parque Isla Salamanca, before hopping on a railcar to explore where the river and Caribbean Sea meet at the famed Bocas de Ceniza.