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This hotel is one of the oldest and most exclusive establishments in Oslo. When pop stars visit the city, they wave at their fans from the hotel balcony (or hide behind their bodyguards in the lobby). Built in 1874, the hotel has catered to celebrities for over a century. Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen was a regular visitor to the hotel restaurant, the Grand Café. The hotel has a swimming pool, skylight bar and nightclub.
Artesia Spa, located within Oslo's Grand Hotel, is run by Norway's most exclusive health club. It offers extensive luxury to soothe even the most tense muscles and spirits. There are treatment rooms, including rooms with bathtubs for hydrotherapy treatments. The normal range of pedicures, manicures, massages, facials, and skin treatments are offered. Pre-book the children swimming pool to drop keep your kids occupied while you indulge in pure relaxation. The therapists are excellent and will melt the stress off of your body.
One of Oslo's most popular meeting places, Theatercaféen is a magnet for people involved in the worlds of culture and finance. This culinary institution, situated on the ground floor of Hotel Continental, is the place to see and be seen in Oslo. Built in 1900, the Art Nouveau, Viennese-style café is one of only a few such establishments left in northern Europe. Do not leave without trying the pastry chef's legendary confections.
First Hotel Grims Grenka is a five-star resort located in the Norwegian capital, Oslo. It is a centrally located boutique hotel with the central station a few minutes away. The interiors and lovely decor was designed by the best designers around. The rooms have a very contemporary and chic look with an elegant color schemes. Guests are welcome to enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast every morning. The hotel offers a number of bars and a few dining options too. You can relax with your friends in the lounges or bars which the hotel has on its site.
This low corner building dates from the 1700s, and the restaurant has been in business for more than 140 years. Situated right across the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Engebret Café is within walking distance of the medieval Akershus fortress. Offering traditional Norwegian food, the emphasis of the menu is on fish, but in the autumn there is always a game. Coming here to eat the fantastic lutefisk of the Christmas season is a tradition in Oslo. In the summer guests can enjoy the beautiful outdoor dining area.
What's could be better than listening to some of the best DJs in Norway while surrounded by plenty of food, alcohol, and beautiful people? Perhaps doing all of that 12 stories above the ground, atop the historic Folkteateret building, with a beautiful panoramic view of the bustling city of Oslo would be an improvement. This is the premise of Stratos. For most of the year it is rented out for weddings or corporate events, but during certain holidays and the summer months it opens up to the public as a nightclub featuring live music, DJs, and an unforgettable view. Call or email for table reservations.
The Carlton Oslo Guldsmeden Spa is known as one of the best spas in the city, located at the Carlton Oslo Guldsmeden Hotel. The earthy and relaxing spa is one of the only Turkish-inspired Hammams in the city, complete with steam room and cold water plunge bath. All the body products used are organic and luxurious. A great escape from the day.
Featuring rooms with a in-built sound system and private balcony, The Thief is a design boutique hotel on Tjuvholmen in Oslo. The promenade of Aker Brygge is within 5 minutes’ walk. The hotel offers in-room spa treatments, a spa centre and free around-the-clock gym access. Rooms at this stylish hotel feature a Nespresso machine, a mini-bar and a rainforest shower in the private bathroom. The Thief has 24-hour room service and free WiFi throughout the property. The Thief Spa includes a Turkish hamam bath, sauna and swimming pool. Guests can also relax on the chic rooftop terrace and enjoy contemporary Norwegian cuisine at the Thief Food Bar. All guests receive free entry to the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, while the hotel is only a 15-minute walk from the centre of Oslo and the National Gallery. The nearest bus stop is at Vika Atrium 400 metres away, and the National Theatre train station 1.5 km away provides links to Oslo Gardermoen Airport.
Welcome to one of Oslo’s best spas. Beth’s Beauty has three spas located in the center of Oslo and they won the prize 'Day Spa of the Year' in 2008. This outlet in Frogner, offers a wide selection of treatments for the entire body from top-to-toe. Beth’s Beauty has extensive experience within hair care, skin care, foot care, make-up, hair removal and body care. You can safely leave your body in the hands of the therapists at Beth’s, you will not regret it. All treatments are adjusted and customized based on your needs and wishes. Beth’s Beauty offers special packages.
Gevir Frisør is one of the most renowned and popular salons in the city of Oslo. This trendy and modern salon and their hairstylists are especially popular with Norway's celebrities and models, being used on photoshoots for Elle and other publications. Whether you just want a trim, or want to change your style and color up completely, you will be in the best possible hands with Gevir's hairstylists.