Considering the cost and the type of hotel you are booking (37 floor gym/pool, sky bar, impressive lounge, etc) the rooms warrant a restyling.
Furniture is worn out, scratched and busted. The carpet floor (btw why carpet and not wood which you find in 90% of hotels in Norway?) is by now full of stains and holes. Toilet is clean but many signs of rust and mold.
Overall feeling is that this used to be a top notch place but it is slowly falling apart!
View from the rooms is amazing, gym and sauna are great. breakfast is plenty and crowded but what can you expect when having 600 guests per night?!
I think average is the score it deserves. Fine for a night stay on business trip but not a place I would return to or bring my girl for a romantic weekend.
- 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