Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo offers newly renovated conference facilities

Choose from 16 newly refurbished meeting rooms in Oslo right across from Telenor Arena in scenic Fornebu Park. Our facilities are an ideal location for anything from a high-powered board meeting to an elegant outdoor wedding. Nearby transportation systems make the hotel easily accessible for guests and delegates, and our dedicated staff contributes to make organization of the event simple for you. Feel free to contact us for a personal tour of our indoor and outdoor event spaces.

Key features

  • 16 meeting rooms

  • 200 person max. capacity

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • High-quality audiovisual equipment

  • Breakout area

  • Catering service

  • Boardroom

  • Videoconferencing

Meetings & Events facilities

Our hotel offers a total of 16 meeting rooms, spanning 616 square meters. All conference rooms feature high-quality soundproofing and air conditioning. Meeting hosts may reserve audiovisual equipment, flip charts, and whiteboards to enhance their meeting experience, or allow our dedicated conference coordinators to handle all the logistics.


Reserve the newest meeting room at the hotel, which features 100 square meters of space designed to have a clean, light atmosphere suitable for up to 90 delegates. The Sandvika Meeting Room can also be arranged to fit smaller groups and includes a private kitchen area and direct foyer access.

The Sandvika meeting room is 94 m² and has a capacity of up to 70 people in the classroom set-up, 90 people in the cinema setup and 50 people for dinner. The room is spacious, modern, bright and has a cozy atmosphere.

Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Conference room

Lysager & Snarøen

The meeting room Lysager & Snarøen has a capacity of up to 200 people in cinema and up to 150 people for a dinner or banquet style. The room is very modern, bright and has the latest AV equipment.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Lysager and Snarøen Meeting Room Classroom Style


This room is suitable for small or medium sized meetings and can accommodate up to 24 people in the classroom set-up. The room is modern and bright and has the latest of that AV technical equipment.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Meeting Room

Oslofjord lounge

This bright and spacious meeting room is located on the 7th floor. The one side of the room has windows and beautiful sea views along the entire room. The room is 80 m² and can accommodate up to 40 people in classroom style.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Meeting Room


The meeting rooms Polhøgda, Bærum and Bygdø have boardroom layouts. Here groups from 10-14 people can conduct their meetings in pleasant surroundings. These boardrooms are equipped with amenities such as Nespresso machine, modern LED display and free wireless internet for all meeting delegates.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Meeting room


Haslum and Strand takes 8 people in boardroom set-up. Fornebu, Høvik, Bekkestua and Jar take 8-10 people. For larger groups these rooms can be merged and become 100m² with a capacity of up to 60 people in classroom layout. Stabekk takes 40 people in classroom set-up.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Meeting Room

Restaurant, Kabinettet, Peisestuen, Holtekilen

The restaurant area is perfect for both large and small groups. The cabinet accommodates up to 60 people, the fireplace room seats up to 40 people and the Holtekilen takes 30 people where one also has the own access to the terrace. Along with the restaurant it can accommodate 260 people. It is also possible to rent the Holtestuen.
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Oslo - Restaurant

Meeting packages

For a meeting to be successful, the planning needs to come together with the right meeting facilities, amenities and service. Our team brings together upscale services and products in different Meeting Packages to ensure your meeting is a success. Take a look at the featured Meeting Packages and Promotions below.

Incentive ideas

Let Oslo inspire you with unforgettable incentive programs. Beautifully located at the tip of the Oslo Fjord and surrounded by wooded hills, the sea, nature and vibrant city life is never far away. The city dates back to 1000 AD and offers a great mix of historical and modern landmarks created by excellent artists and architects. With everything within walking distance or easily accessible by public transportation, Oslo is the perfect place to experience exciting Scandinavia.


At Fornebu just outside Oslo is the Engineerium, an interactive adventure and science center dedicated to Aker companies history, as well as Norway's oil and gas adventure. Throughout 37 interactive installations spread over 2,000 square meters, this is an exciting center for both adults and the younger generation. Engineerium is open Sunday through Thursday.


Vulkan is one of the most interesting new city developments in Oslo and came to life in a once industry-heavy bank of the river Akerselva. Innovative, eco-friendly architecture defines this neighborhood, which has a hip and trendy atmosphere. Vulkan is the place of Mathallen, Oslo's first indoor food market, where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers as well as special foreign imports.

The Norwegian Folk Museum

The Norsk Folkemuseum is Norway's largest museum of cultural history. With collections from around the country, the museum shows how people lived in Norway from 1500 to the present. The 160 buildings in the open air museum represents different regions and time periods in Norway, as well as differences between town and country, and social classes. The Gol Stave Church dating from 1200 is one of 5 medieval buildings at the museum.

The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Oslo's Opera House is located right on the harbor with an angled, white exterior that appears to rise from the water. It invites its visitors to climb its roof and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo and the fjord, year round. The opera is designed by the Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta and has received several prestigious awards.

The Vigeland Park

The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist and is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions. The park is open to visitors all-year-round. 

The unique sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland's lifework with more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron. Vigeland was also in charge of the design and architectural layout of the park. The Vigeland Park was mainly completed between 1939 and 1949.

Meeting technology

All conference rooms feature high-quality soundproofing. Meeting hosts may reserve audiovisual equipment, flip charts and whiteboards to enhance their meeting experience or allow our dedicated conference coordinators to handle all the logistics.

Our equipment includes:

- Projectors
- LCD screens
- Microphones
- Wireless microphones
- Speakers
- Portable speakers
- DVD player