Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo
The building was designed by the architectural firm White.se and completed in 1989. The hotel was officially opened on March 14, 1990, by King Olav V of Norway. In 1992, a footbridge was built between the hotel and the Oslo Spektrum arena. The hotel was remodeled in 2012.
The hotel has 37 floors and 673 rooms. There are a total of 1,500 beds, 140 business rooms and 20 suites. The tower's foundations are concrete, and it has reflective glass facades. The uppermost floors are tapered with a steep diagonal roof on one side, leading to a sharp ridge. It also has an external glass elevator, which travels up to the bar/restaurant at the top. A lower block, three floors tall, contains the entrance, a lobby, restaurants and conference rooms. On the thirty-third and thirty-fourth floors (the top of the building), there is a swimming pool and a sauna.
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