Sommerro, opening September 2022, is a monument to Oslo’s legacy and its abundant creative spirit. Occupying a landmark 1930s building, which was once the headquarters of Oslo Lysverker – the city’s electrical company – the hotel is the newest offering from Nordic Hotels & Resorts.
With Norwegian firm LPO Architects and London and New York-based studio, GrecoDeco, behind the transformation, Sommerro’s design will stay true to the spirit of the building while creating a neighbourhood destination for locals and visitors to work and play. Most of all, it will be a celebration of Norwegian design and we can’t wait for you to call it home.
Perched on Solli Plass, Sommerro’s original architects, Andreas Bjercke & Georg Eliassen, had a vision to transform the quarter into an urban hub. A pipedream that is set to become reality when Sommerro throws open its doors in September 2022.
Across the 245 rooms – including an accompanying villa with 15 rooms and suites – and public spaces like the four restaurants and two bars, the building’s original features, such as the exterior bas-reliefs, the colourful mosaic art, and decorative art deco details, have een expanded and developed to create a rich interior, which takes its cues from the 1930s.
There will be a strong focus on wellness, with an ample gym and 16 treatment rooms, with the highlight being the building’s basement public bath, which will be restored and transformed into Sommerro’s pool and saunas.
From bunkbeds to suites, our cleverly designed rooms come in all shapes and sizes to suite everyone from families with children to solo business trippers.
Join us in one of our bars, the perfect spots to hang out with friends, set up an office away from home, or simply drop by for a cocktail (or two).
From Thai to Spanish tapas, our restaurants serve food from around the world and are open to one and all.
One of the few public baths left in the country, we have restored this art deco beauty to its former glory so everyone can enjoy it again.
Sweat it out with state-of-the-art equipment in our boutique fitness centre, open to hotel guests and members.
Located in the basement, our beauty and wellness center offers a full range of indulgent treatments from facials to body massages, some in listed wet rooms that we have transformed into hammams.
An Event Space
for Up to 200 People
Culture House is our innovative event space that can be hired for anything from launch parties to Ted Talks.
Spread out and relax in the intimate Villa Inkognito, a personal home away from home, located adjacent to the main building.
With a heated pool, sauna and neighbourhood views, Frogner’s first rooftop terrace is a hotspot for eating, drinking and socialising.
of Different Sizes
Brainstorm in one of our dedicated meeting rooms, which come in all sizes and have everything you need to get the job done.
Scattered with magniﬁcent 19th-century buildings and stretching from the Royal Palace up to the glorious Frogner Park, Frogner, in the city’s west end, is one of the oldest areas in Oslo and is home to a number of museums, art galleries, antique stores and restaurants.
We are still under construction, but don’t let that stop you from dropping us a line to book a room, plan an event, or simply to help us bring the neighbourhood forward- we’d love to hear from you.
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