There's a long-standing debate whether the Caspian is a lake or a full-fledged sea, and you'll be able to weigh in and make your own judgement when visiting the Park Inn by Radisson Baku. Many of our rooms overlook the Caspian Sea, providing a stunning view of the rich blue waters stretching to the horizon.
Enjoy your morning coffee or breakfast at our Baku restauran
t or have your meal delivered to your room to see the sunrise over the majestic Caspian Sea. During your stay at our hotel, you'll be able to walk along the Caspian Sea on Baku Boulevard
, the city's seafront promenade, as well.
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Attractions along the Caspian Sea
The Azerbaijani city of Baku rests on a peninsula that juts into the Caspian Sea, meaning there's plenty of waterfront for visitors to enjoy, from promenades to beaches. The Caspian also tempers the weather in Baku, giving summer visitors an ideal retreat for a beach holiday, as average temperatures do not exceed 30C, even in the summer months.
The presence of the Caspian Sea also means there are aspects of the natural world to explore outside of the Baku city centre. The Absheron Peninsula contains many salt lakes and mud volcanoes; small hills of mud where water and gasses escape from the earth. All of which can be visited on day trips around the Caspian Sea.
See the Caspian Sea from the Park Inn by Radisson Baku
If you're looking for a starting-off point for visiting the Caspian region, look no further than our hotel in Baku
. The hotel not only overlooks the Caspian Sea, but guests can also reach popular tourist destinations in Old City Baku and shopping spots along the Baku Boulevard.
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