Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo

59.91194410.755278Koordinaten: 59 ° 54 ' 43 "N, 10 ° 45' 19" E

Oslo Plaza ( full name: Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel) is situated in the center of Oslo and is with its 117 m height of Norway 's tallest building and the second tallest in Scandinavia. Until the completion of the Scandic Victoria Tower in Kista Stockholm in 2011, the Oslo Plaza in Northern Europe and in Scandinavia was the tallest hotel. The building was due to its visual appearance popularly mocking the nickname of " Hotel chisel " norwegian " Hotell Hoggjernet » ..

The hotel has 37 floors and 676 rooms with a total of 1500 beds, 140 business suites, 20 suites and a royal suite, has a swimming pool and a sauna. The building consists of a steel - concrete frame and the facades are provided with grid - mirror glass. The upper floors are beveled on one side with a steep pitched roof and a sharp edge. The building has a glass elevator that goes to the top of the hotel at the corresponding event to the premises on the facade. At the high-rise building is a prominent affiliated with a flat roof and three floors. In this building you will find the hotel, a lobby, several restaurants and conference rooms entrance.

The hotel structure was built by Swedish architectural firm arkitekter White and completed in 1989. On March 14, 1990, it was officially opened by King Olav V. 1992, a pedestrian bridge was built as a connection between the hotel and the then newly-built multi-purpose arena Oslo Spektrum.

The hotel is owned by Wenaasgruppen and operated by the Rezidor Hotel Group, which is also the Park Inn by Radisson, Hotel Missoni, Country Inn and Regent operates.