Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel rises to new heights

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Oslo’s landmark, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, is now embarking on a total refurbishment of its 676 rooms, which will be completed after the summer. Norway’s largest and tallest hotel is lifted to new heights, with the aim of giving the guests first-class international hotel experiences.
“The Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is an iconic landmark in Norway, with which the majority of Norwegians are familiar. We are very proud of the hotel and wish to give our guests the very best experience when they visit us. That is why we are investing so heavily in this upgrade,” says Tarje Hellebust, General Manager at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel.

All the rooms on the hotel’s 37 floors are now being brought up to date in keeping with Radisson Blu’s new international ‘BluPrint’ design concept, which combines functionality and sophistication, and is tailored to meet guests’ needs and desires. The architect behind the modern new look, including light-wood floors in every room, is Link Arkitektur.

BluPrint offers modern solutions, combined with exclusive design. Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel’s new look has been locally adapted to provide precisely the hotel experience that our guests want and expect. Among other things, we have Jensen beds in all our rooms, and ultra-comfortable Ekornes London StresslessĀ® recliners, where guests can sit back and enjoy the spectacular views over our beautiful city”, Tarje Hellebust explains.

The BluPrint concept combines famous design classics with unique, custom-made furniture, fabrics and textiles. The concept is currently being implemented at Radisson Blu hotels worldwide, and the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel will be the first hotel in Norway to offer these delights. Already today, the first guests can enjoy these new rooms as the first floors are already finalized.

A well-known landmark
With its 37 floors and fantastic views over Oslo and the Oslo fjord, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is Norway’s largest and tallest hotel. At the time of its completion, it was the Nordic region’s first real skyscraper. From the moment when Norway’s King Olav V graciously performed the official opening ceremony in 1990, the hotel has been one of the Norwegian capital’s signature buildings.

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