Thon Hotel Vika Atrium to unveil new rooms following conference space renovation

Thon Hotel Vika Atrium, located in central Oslo in Norway, is nearing completion of a major renovation of the property.

The 79-room hotel finished renovations to its conference facilities last November, including a renovation of the conference centre and a new restaurant seating up to 250 guests. Breakout areas were also expanded. 

While the conference centre and restaurant have been open since the renovation, the hotel rooms were closed to guests. These are expected to reopen in mid-May, with a total of 65 new modern guest rooms available, with the renovation of the remaining rooms expected to be completed in autumn. 

The hotel's Vika Auditorium can seat up to 250 theatre-style, while six further meetings spaces cater for between 40 to 95 theatre-style, with additional spaces that can be used as boardrooms. Karl Johans gate, Oslo City Hall and the National Theatre are a few minutes walk away.

The property is located close to Aker Brygge wharf, which offers shopping and dining facilities. 

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