Took this shot while I was at the Sky Lounge which has this amazing view. Had a full tour around the hotel and was impressed overall. Everything has a modern touch to it, advanced technology is used in bedrooms and bathrooms. More importantly, Peacock has finally opened its doors again.
The lounge is quiet and cosy, I’m considering adding it to the list of cosy places in Kuwait. The furniture is different from one spot to another so you will likely find a spot that suits you to relax; it’s actually a great place for studying or just reading books. There’s also a cafeteria opening in a few weeks there.
A cool concept I found out about was their brainstorming meeting rooms. You get to sit on a bean bag and throw light plastic balls at co-workers, I guess this is where creative ideas come from nowadays. They offer a bunch of rooms for meetings and whatnot.
Their rooms give you a cosy feel, this one was designed to offer relaxation. They’ve called this type of room “And Relax”, I asked them if they had a room called “And Go Crazy”, they didn’t unfortunately. The two other type of rooms are “Naturally Cool” and “NY Mansion House” for business travellers.
Al Bustan is the restaurant on the ground floor which serves open buffets for the most part. I might pass by sometime later to review the place as I haven’t tried it yet. Another restaurant at Radisson Blu worth trying is Rangoli, although too bad they don’t serve their international Wednesday buffet anymore.
At the very end of the tour I got to see the Sky Lounge, which was still under renovation at the time but almost complete. The Sky Lounge is only accessible to those who have a club membership or stay in a room on the 3rd floor. However, it is open to public after 8pm. The view from the sky lounge is just good.
Prices start at KD 89 per night, for more details visit their website [here]
The Entire Gallery