Rough Guides

Sommerro is home to Oslo’s first rooftop pool and terrace, with a sauna of course. And, houses a 4,500 square-metre wellness centre, five restaurants, three bars and a 100-seat gilded theatre.

Financial times

Oslo’s new feel-good destination, Sommerro, is already one of Scandinavia’s buzziest urban hotels.

A landmark 1930s building that its new management has spent half a decade restoring to its former grandeur.


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The Independent

Oslo’s hottest new hotel Sommerro has made an ambitious and bespoke booze-free cocktail menu a key part of its launch.

Trip Reporter

Opened in September, the stunning property is already making its mark on locals and tourists alike.

The Travel Magazine

The luxurious newly opened Sommerro in Oslo occupies the city’s former headquarters of the electrical company Oslo Lysverker.

The Business Travel Magazine

Sommerro pays homage to a fusion of neoclassical contemporary aesthetics with original historic elements that have been meticulously restored and developed.


Not only is Sommerro a beautiful property sure to attract visitors from all over the world, it heralds a new chapter for the hospitality in the city, with a focus on providing facilities for culture-loving locals as well as for international travellers in search of luxury.

The Boston Globe

Stay in decadent style at the recently launched Sommerro hotel, set within a restored 1930s Art Deco landmark – the city’s original electric company headquarters – in one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Oslo.

Condé Nast Traveller

Glamorous newcomer Sommerro has the city’s first year-round rooftop pool and sauna, plus seven restaurants and bars.