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Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference

Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference Photo: Perminalen Hotel
Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference Photo: Perminalen Hotel

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Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference offers functional and attractive meeting rooms in the heart of Oslo. The large meeting room seats 70 persons, and the hotel also has three small meeting rooms.

The hotel cafeteria is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Mon - Sun

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Tram No.12 > Christiania torv

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Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference

Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference offers functional and attractive meeting rooms in the heart of Oslo. The large meeting room seats 70 persons, a...

Perminalen Hotel Meeting & Conference

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