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Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West (photo: Radisson Hotel Group)

New Park Inn at OSL aimed at business guests

With lots of meeting rooms, Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West is Radisson’s third at the airport, ninth in Oslo, 23rd in Norway.

Radisson Hotel Group has opened its third property at Oslo Airport, calling it “an ideal base for both leisure and business travellers passing through the second-busiest airport in the Nordic region”.

The 233-key Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West includes a restaurant, a bar, a fitness room and as many as 12 meeting and conference rooms.

Radisson differentiates the Park Inn brand as “the upper midscale hotel brand that delivers stress-free experiences, good food and upbeat environments”.

A “brand built around convenience”, Park Inn by Radisson hotels tend to be located in capital cities or around economic and transit hubs.

The newly opened hotel at Gardermoen has a location that is three kilometres from Oslo Airport and a 20-minute train ride from Oslo’s city centre.

Strong presence
With its Scandinavian roots, Radisson Hotel Group already has a strong presence in Norway, with the biggest portfolio in the country of any major international hotel group.

This new hotel – operated by Radisson Hospitality AB under an international license agreement – takes it to 23 Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson properties in Norway.

“With the opening of the new Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West, we now offer our guests three hotels at Norway’s biggest airport. In total, we have nine hotels in the city of Oslo, and we’re excited to further strengthen our position as the leading international hotel group in Norway by continuing to give our guests truly memorable moments,” said Tom Flanagan Karttunen, area senior vice president for the Nordics at Radisson Hotel Group.

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