A new dual-brand resort for Radisson at Oslo Airport.
The Radisson Group is adding not one, but two new hotels for business travelers passing through Oslo Airport. The Scandinavian hotelier, which was already present near the Norwegian capital’s hub with a Radisson Blu and a Park Inn by Radisson, has just opened a complex integrating two of its brands just a few steps from the airport’s two terminals as well as from the express train linking the airport to downtown Oslo in less than 20 minutes.
Based on the model of what has already been offered at London Heathrow since September 2020, the hotel group has played on the combination of a Radisson Red lifestyle hotel and a Radisson establishment positioned for seminars and conferences. Both hotels overlook the airport runways and both play on Nordic design know-how and the warmth of the Scandinavian welcome, sharing some of their facilities such as the GAMO restaurant and bar, the beating heart of the lobby. ” Radisson RED and Radisson are designed to meet the needs of our guests by offering them endless opportunities to connect and disconnect, moving effortlessly from work to pleasure
,” said Jörgen Ljunggren, general manager of Radisson RED Oslo Airport and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport.
However, each is playing on the specificities of their respective brands with, on the one hand, a 214-room Radisson Red hotel with an urban and arty atmosphere reinforced by a partnership with the Norwegian art museum Kistefos. On the other, more classic in approach, the Radisson offers 300 rooms with soft tones and natural materials. In addition to its contemporary hospitality, the hotel’s main attraction for travelers is that it houses a vast conference center with no less than 52 meeting rooms of varying sizes, but all equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, a 236-square-meter ballroom and a 480-square-meter reception area. Divided into three sections, with separate breakout areas, this conference center can accommodate all types of events.
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