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Rezidor Signs Two New Hotels in Oslo

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Rezidor has signed two new hotels in Oslo, both of which are scheduled to open in Q3 2013.

The 135-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Oslo Alna, and the 208-room Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Alna, owned by Norwegian-based Wenaasgruppen, will be located in adjacent towers, with shared facilities and management.

The new hotels are located in a highly visible location along the E6, which is the main road connecting Oslo with the airport. The site is 10km east of downtown and 40km from the airport, making it a convenient destination for corporate travellers and MICE.

 The two new hotels will offer shared facilities such as a restaurant and bar, 1,200m2 of conference space, a fitness centre and parking.

We are delighted to further strengthen our trustful relationship with Lars Wenaas and his team. The two new hotels bring our portfolio in Oslo to 10 properties with 2,800 rooms in operation and under development. The signing of these hotels is in accordance with our strategy to achieve market depth in key cities of our home markets, through multiple properties, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor.

Rezidors portfolio in Norway now totals 29 hotels and 7,000 rooms in operation or under development and extends the full length of Norway from the Radisson Blu Polar Hotel, Spitsbergen in the north (near the North Pole and considered the worlds most northern full service hotel) to the Radisson Blu Caledonien Hotel in Kristiansand in the south.

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