The hotel, in the city centre, features 108 'smart' designed rooms, with free wi-fi, raindrop showers, under-bed storage, several USB ports for power and safes big enough for laptops. Room keys can also be sent direct to guests' smartphones via a mobile key app.
The HTL Lounge, which will open in June in the hotel, will feature power outlets and free wi-fi and is designed as an open plan space for networking and meetings.
The HTL hotel chain was founded in 2013, and includes a further property in Oslo - HTL Grensen and the HTL Kungsgatan in Stockholm.
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