Restaurant at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Restaurant at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Restaurant at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior 2 at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior 2 at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior 2 at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Lobby at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Lobby at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Lobby at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Exterior at Radisson RED Oslo Økern

Radisson RED opens new sustainable design hotel in Oslo

Set in one of Northern Europe’s leading, sustainability-focused locations, Radisson RED Oslo Økern has opened its doors. The music, art, design, and fashion inspired hotel, features a unique rooftop experience complete with a bar, outdoor terrace, and impressive city views.

Situated in the buzzing, new sustainable community of Økern Portal and only 15 minutes from Oslo Central Station, Radisson RED Oslo Økern is part of a large sustainability-focused business area, which includes Northern Europe’s biggest rooftop garden where herbs and vegetables are grown and used by the hotel and wider area’s restaurants. The hotel has been certified with an Excellent rating from BREEAM, one of the world’s leading science-based systems to determine the sustainability of buildings. It considers a building’s low impact design and carbon emissions, adaption to climate change, and ecological value and biodiversity protection. The hotel has an A class energy rating, meaning its energy level will not exceed 140 Kwh/sqm, and it uses rainfall catchers to water its rooftop garden. Additionally, the Økern Portal community has its own energy wells that produce 90% of the heating for the entire development.

The hotel includes 204 guest rooms with artistic details showcasing a playful twist on the conventional through its design concept. The eye-catching entrances of Radisson RED properties contain huge sculptures that relate to the location. At Radisson RED Oslo Økern, this sculpture takes the form of a tiger, recognizing the city’s nickname “Tigerstaden”, or “Tiger City”, believed to

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