Radisson Red opens new sustainable design hotel in Oslo – Business Traveller

The hotel includes 204 rooms and has an eye-catching entrance with a sculpture in the form of a tiger, recognizing the city’s nickname “Tiger City”, believed to be coined by Norwegian poet Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, who used a tiger to represent Oslo in his poetry. The statue can be found on the rooftop terrace and outside the main entrance.

On the hotel’s 12th floor, the hotel’s restaurant, rooftop bar and outdoor terrace has a panoramic view of Oslo. The hotel has 13 meeting rooms, with the largest room able to accommodate 120 guests.


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