Radisson signs new Park Inn for Oslo Airport

Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hospitality, part of the Radisson Hotel Group, has signed a deal to open the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West in Norway. Located near a critical hub of international travel, the hotel brings the group's portfolio in Norway to 24 hotels and more than 6,000 rooms open or under development. The company has 60 hotels open across the Nordic region.
The upper-midscale, full-service property will serve the second-busiest airport in the region. Oslo also is home to some of the world's largest shipping companies and shipbrokers and is a rapidly growing tourist destination in its own right, with the number of visitors leaping by almost a fifth year-over-year.
The hotel, said Elie Younes, EVP/CDO of Radisson Hotel Group, is the company's third property at the Oslo Gardermoen Airport and its ninth in Oslo. 
Due to open by year's end, the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West will have 233 guestrooms as well as a restaurant, a bar, a fitness room and 12 meeting and conference rooms.
Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport Hotel West will be operated by Radisson Hospitality under an international license agreement.

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