Norway’s largest-ever preservation project, Sommerro is a new 231-room hotel set within a landmark 1930s building located in one of Oslo’s oldest neighbourhoods.

The restored original features, from the exterior bas-reliefs and colourful murals to decorative art deco details, unfurl through the hotel’s public areas. The latter offer five restaurants – spearheaded by TAK Oslo, a Nordic-Japanese rooftop restaurant by Frida Ronge –  three bars, meeting and event spaces with capacity for up to 150 people, a 100-seat theatre and a vast 15,000 square-foot underground wellness space.

The jewel in Sommerro’s crown is its amazing rooftop terrace. A vibrant hotspot with some of the best views in Oslo, it will host local and international DJs with a menu of sharing plates and handcrafted cocktails. The space also boasts the city’s only rooftop pool, a year-round haven complete with sauna, exclusively available to hotel guests.

From cosy loft spaces to lavish suites, Sommerro’s 231 rooms and suites, including 56 residences, come in all shapes and sizes to suit everyone from families to solo business travellers.

Featuring opulent art deco details and custom furnishings, each guestroom boasts fully stocked mini-bars, curated artwork, an insider’s guide to the neighbourhood, plus exclusive access to the leisure facilities.

Housed in a former private residence that dates back to 1870, Villa Inkognito is an 11-suite retreat adjacent to the hotel with a private entrance. It will open in March 2023 with the option to be rented in its entirety. The villa features several opulent living rooms, an open kitchen, an intimate bar, a fitness room and a lovely outdoor area. Its interior design features a mix of magnificent antiques, original artwork, decorative details and classic Scandinavian furnishings. Guests can enjoy the privacy of their own villa with full access to all of the amenities and services offered at Sommerro.

For further details please contact one of our Travel Managers on 0203 535 9290.

Photo credit: Lars Petter Pettersen