Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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... the adjacent Tivoli Gardens but we don't go in as it costs 99dk and will only open until 23.00, maybe tomorrow if we have time. We walk through the deserted town centre along the river to the old harbour which whilst "touristy" has bars that are open with customers. We settle down in a small bar to watch a bit of the second Costa Rica v Greece before ambling back to the hotel to watch the penalty shoot out that Costa Rica ...
... of green garlic and ? spinach;rhubarb sherbet, rosemary oil and burnt chocolate ( the only one we were a little unsure of -the rosemary flavour was odd with the sherbet. Service was delightful as was the food, company and ambience with the stainless kitchen with 8 very busy chefs open to see into. Rolled out and homeward by taxi to hugs to,our friends who,return to Slovenia via Vienna tomorrow and hopefully Australia end of year.
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