Royal Palace in Oslo
As the official residence of the Norwegian Monarch, the Royal Palace in Oslo has housed Norway's Royal Family since 1849. The stunning palace is open for tours during the summer months and draws thousands of visitors each year.
Located just minutes from the Royal Palace, the Park Inn by Radisson is attractively situated for guests interested in Norway's royalty. Offering comfortable accommodation as well as an enviable location in the heart of the city, this colourful hotel in Oslo
makes a great base for enjoying Norway's capital city.
Touring the Royal Palace, Oslo
Public tours of the Royal Palace in Oslo began in 2002 following a complete renovation by the current monarch, King Harald V.
The Royal Palace is open to the public from June to August, and visitors are required to follow a guided tour. Tickets must be bought in advance from a post office, and any remaining tickets are sold at the Palace entrance. The Royal Palace tour takes approximately an hour - tours in Norwegian take place every 20 minutes, and there are three tours a day in English.
The tour takes visitors through some of the Royal Palace's most beautiful staterooms, including the Council Chamber, White Parlour, King Haakon VII Suite, Bird Room, Mirror Hall, Great Hall, Banqueting Hall and the Palace Chapel.
Enjoy the Royal Palace from the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Hotel
After a day spent exploring Norwegian national treasures like the Royal Palace and the Akershus Fortress
, return to the comfort of the Park Inn by Radisson. With an enviable location in the heart of Oslo and just minutes from the city's main attraction, this modern city centre hotel is the perfect base for holidays in Oslo.
Enjoy the Royal Palace with a room at the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Hotel.