I can't know the Radisson Blu, it is what it is -- a big hotel much like other Radissons around the North -- but for me it was too impersonal, typified by the windows that wouldn't open. Also, being in Norway (the "Saudi Arabia of the North"), prices were too high for my budget although the hotel was no more expensive and even less expensive in some cases than comparable hotels in Oslo. I was able easily to walk to most of Oslo's sites and the train station is actually in the same urban mall as the hotel entrance, so no complaints on that account. If you stay here, you will be comfortable but so far as having a grand experience, no, that's not what the Radisson Blu is about -- at least not on a tourist's budget.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is the largest hotel and the tallest building in Norway, featuring 673 rooms and suites. The hotel is conveniently located next to the central railway station, with easy airport access. Shopping and sightseeing is within walking distance. Guests enjoy complimentary access to the swimming pool on the 35th floor and Plaza Fitness on the 37th floor. Concierge service, valet parking and room service is available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo Hotel Oslo
- Radisson Oslo
- Oslo Radisson