Radisson makes it debut in Norway with two hotels

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Published on 06/04/22 - Updated on 06/04/22

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The opening of Radisson RED Oslo Airport and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport marks the arrival of the group Radisson on the Norwegian market.

The first Radisson RED & Radisson hotel in Norway have landed at Oslo Airport. The new dual-branded opening will be the largest hotel at the airport with a total of 500 rooms. This new property offers a synergy of two well-known brands, with the two hotels and their shared public spaces.

The Radisson RED Oslo Airport side of the property features 214 urban guest rooms with on-demand services, and a lounge area designed for work and play. While on the other side of the property, the Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport presents 300 rooms inspired by the Scandinavian way of life and design.

At the heart of the hotel, there is GAMO which is the bar and restaurant of the property. The menu includes international dishes with a twist of Norwegian cultural heritage. The menu also has a varied vegan selection.The chef is sourcing local Norwegian produces. In this area, guests can enjoy breakfasts, lunchs, dinners as well as locally brewed beer in the lounge.

Radisson RED Oslo Airport is partnering with Norway’s Kistefos Art Museum for a collaboration that will will enhance the Radisson RED brand’s core values and brings the connection between the local art scene and the guest experience, both in-hotel and on digital platforms.

Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport’s conference center features 52 well-equipped flexible meeting rooms. The meeting and event area is divided into three sections with separate break out areas which can also be used for different events. There is also a ballroom with a capacity for up to 220 guests.

Radisson RED Oslo Airport and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport have their own pathway between the hotel and the airport terminal. They are a few minutes from both the terminals and the airport express train, which transports guests to Oslo city center in less than 20 minutes. 

We are proud to present Radisson RED Oslo Airport and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport, introducing both brands to Norway for the first time at such a significant location. This marks the second Radisson RED and Radisson dual-branded property in Northern & Western Europe following the successful opening of Radisson RED London Heathrow and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow. With this new opening, we are pleased to offer 1250 guest rooms spread over four different brands at Oslo Airport with 500 guest rooms and Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen, 233 rooms at Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West and the new hotel with a total of 514 guest rooms. 

Tom Flanagan Karttunen, Area Senior Vice President for Radisson Hotel Group in Northern & Western Europe 

Radisson RED and Radisson are designed to fit the needs of our guests by giving them endless opportunities to tune in and out, switching effortlessly between business and pleasure. Across public areas, guests are treated to a dual experience of both brands and can get the most out of their stay by enjoying signature features such as the Radisson-branded meeting suites, as well as the vibrant lobby with its RED-style urban interior and art. 

Jörgen Ljunggren, General Manager of Radisson RED Oslo Airport and Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Oslo Airport

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