Boutique hotels in Oslo
With beautiful Scandinavian forests surrounding the city, and views across the iconic Oslo Fjord and rolling hills beyond, Oslo is a magical place to visit.
Norway’s capital offers mesmerising architecture, ample museums and a diverse selection of excellent cafes, restaurants, and bars. Plus, the unique luxury boutique hotels in Oslo are some of the most charming places to stay in the world.
Around a 30-minute walk from the centre of Oslo is the ethereal Ekeburg Sculpture Park. A beautiful wooded park, where you can see a selection of incredible sculptures as well as panoramic views of the city, including works by artists such as Salvador Dali, Renoir and Damien Hirst. It’s also where Munch found his inspiration for The Scream – which you can see in Oslo’s National Gallery, home to Norway’s biggest collection of art and another attraction that should be high on your itinerary when you visit.
Designed to look like a glacier rising from the fjord, Oslo Opera House is an architectural marvel and one of Oslo’s most iconic buildings. Whether you get tickets for the opera or ballet or simply take in the Opera House from afar, it’s another must see.
There are more museums, galleries, and attractions in Oslo, plenty to keep you occupied and entertained throughout your stay, but arguably the biggest star of Oslo is its surrounding nature.
The vast Oslo Fjord spans 100km south from the city and it’s a sight you’ll want to drink in for as long as possible, whatever the season you decide to go. There are also hiking trails into the nearby forests and woodlands to explore too.
When you’re ready to sample some of Oslo’s food and drink head to Aker Brygge, known for its pier and strip of restaurants along the boardwalk. Eateries with outdoor tables serve upscale Nordic and French cuisine, as well as more casual options too. And when you’re refreshed and ready you can visit the nearby Nobel Peace Center and the striking Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.
With so much to see and do having a relaxing hideaway retreat is essential. You’ll find the Wild Bay Co list of the best luxury boutique hotels in Oslo below to help inspire you.
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Unique boutique hotel
Tjuvholmen was once a refuge for smugglers, pirates and criminals. Today it is a modern hideaway, located on a peninsula extending out from Aker Brygge into the Oslofjord.
With its incredibly unique and striking gold and glass design, and beautifully curated interior The Thief is one of the best boutique hotels in Oslo.
The Thief has filled this retreat with top international art pieces, carefully selected designer furniture, global Nordic cuisine, a top quality spa and cosmopolitan bars.
‘Escapees’ are able to enjoy refreshing dips in the sea at the Tjuvholmen beach or stroll off the islet across the footbridge to the bustling Aker Brygge restaurant and business area. Most guests come here to get away from it all, and for the relaxing atmosphere.
Secluded and connected, luxurious and unique. An unforgettable boutique hotel in the heart of Oslo.
A central boutique hotel in the heart of Oslo.
Hotel Christiania Teater
Hotel Christiania Teater is a beautiful boutique hotel centrally located in Oslo, Norway.
One of Oslo’s most charming hotels
Hotel Christiania Teater is located right in the heart of the city, with both the Royal Palace, the National Theater and the Storting as the nearest neighbors. In addition, the City Hall, the National Gallery, Aker Brygge and Karl Johan are only a short walk away.
With 102 rooms divided into 7 categories, Hotel Christiania Teater has something for everyone. Stay in one of the suites overlooking Spikersuppa for an unforgettable stay. The room includes an extra large bed (king size with two xxl duvets), a semi-separate room with sofa, desk and chairs.
Restaurant Teatro is welcoming and informal, and serves some of Norway’s best pizzas.
Charming and unique The Hotel Christiania Teater is well worth considering if you’re searching for boutique hotels in Oslo.
Designed for the modern explorer.
Amerikalinjen is a unique stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Oslo.
A vibrant boutique hotel
Here the journey began for thousands of hopeful Norwegians. They were going to travel with Amerikalinjen to the land of opportunity. The Norwegian America Line’s venerable headquarters opened their doors in 1919.
100 years later this iconic building has been reborn as a vibrant boutique hotel, designed for the modern explorer.
Outside the doors, the city is at your feet. The Opera, shopping in Kvadraturen and the nightlife on Youngstorget are the closest neighbours. The airport express train (Flytoget), buses and trams are all in the immediate vicinity.
Embark on a journey of discovery and write your own story in the heart of Oslo’s vibrant melting pot of people, inspiration, art and culture. The opportunities begin here at Amerikalinjen, one of the best boutique hotels in Oslo.
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