The hotel has been considered a symbol of Norwegian capital since opening in 1975 and has been revamped as part of the group’s biggest ever investment program in the Nordics.
A member of Leading Hotels of the World, the 246-room, 11-suite property is set in the city of Trondheim, located on the fjords of central Norway and just sixty miles south of the Arctic Circle.
Radisson Hotel Group’s third property at Oslo Airport is an ideal base for both leisure and business travellers passing through the second-busiest airport in the Nordic region.
airBaltic has launched two new direct services from Tallinn - to Stockholm and Oslo. Since the expansion in Estonia, airBaltic now bases two aircraft at Tallinn Airport.
Opening in March of 2019 in Oslo, the old Norwegian American Line building is being transformed into a small urban boutique hotel called Amerikalinjen.
Norwegian carrier Widerøe has welcomed the inaugural flight of an electric two-seater plane, in what the airline hopes will be the first step toward a viable passenger operation. Here Breaking Travel News chats to Stein Nilsen, chief executive of the carrier, to find out more.
Norwegian airline Widerøe has announced the first direct flights from London Stansted to the southern Norwegian city of Kristiansand, launching on August 13th next year.
“True luxury is always modest,” muses Eero Koivisto, one of the Swedish architect and design trio Claesson Koivisto Rune. The firm have recently completed work on Bergen Børs, their third hotel project for hyperlocal Norwegian hospitality group De Bergenske inside a year.
Oslo Airport has officially opened its new 115,000 square metre extension, which is set to increase capacity at the facility to 32 million passengers. The extension features a new 300 metre-long pier, 11 new gates, and new retail and restaurant outlets.