Enjoy our modern hotel in Niamey
River view rooms and suites
Standard Room - City View
Standard Room - Niger River View
Executive Suite with Lounge Access
Royal Suite with Lounge Access
Presidential Suite with Lounge Access
One Bedroom Residence with Kitchenette
Meetings & Events
Choose versatile venues in central Niamey
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Located barely 300 meters from River Niger, our hotel is ideally situated to explore the city of Niamey. Admire a beautiful sunset on the banks of the river or go on a boat ride. To understand the culture and heritage of the area, visit the National Museum. The vibrant white building with traditional blue motifs on it is unlike any other museum you may have visited. Stop by the Grand Mosque for a unique experience—take a guided tour and climb the mosque’s wooden minaret for a panoramic view of the surrounding area. The Old Presidential Palace is another popular attraction in the area. Don’t miss out on visiting the city’s Grand Market selling a variety of wares including local food and a variety of locally manufactured products.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Hotel & Conference Center, Niamey
Spend a relaxing vacation or a hassle-free business trip in our modern hotel set in Niamey’s thriving business district. Located in a quiet and safe area known for its wealth of embassies and government buildings, our hotel offers beautiful views of the Niger River and is close to cultural sights like the Grand Mosque and the Grand Market.
For our guests’ convenience, parking is available onsite and the nearest bus, train, and car rental stations are just a kilometer away. We also offer a free shuttle service for guests traveling to and from Diori Hamani International Airport, which takes approximately 30 minutes one way.
From Diori Hamani International Airport
Contact us to learn about our free shuttle service to and from Diori Hamani International Airport.By car:
Drive 10.5 kilometers via RN1, which is typically the fastest route.