Oslo City Hall
Oslo City Hall houses the city council, city administration, and art studios and galleries.
Its characteristic architecture, artworks and the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony makes it one of Oslo's most famous buildings. It was designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson. The roof of the eastern tower has a 49-bell carillon which plays every hour. It is situated in Pipervikain central downtown Oslo.
Visit the Oslo City Hall
Oslo City Hall is open to the public and host of over 300.000 national and international guests each year. Visitors can experience the art and history from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
During the summer the City Hall General Services offer free guided tours of the Oslo City Hall. The tours are held every day at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m., from June 1 throughout August. No booking needed.
For those who want a guided tour we offer prebooked tours for groups and study visits. Carillon concert is held in the east tower every Sunday during the summer. Those who wish to visit the carillon can meet up at the sign of summer guiding inside the City Hall at 2:45 p.m Sundays.
Visit the Website: www.oslo.kommune.no
Treehotel offers a unique hotel experience: treerooms with contemporary design in the middle of unspoiled nature. Here you can forget about the time constraints of everyday life, enjoy the serenity, and rejuvenate in a sophisticated yet familiar environment.
Where is Treehotel?Treehotel is located in Harads, near the Lule river, about 100 kilometers from Luleå airport. The village has a population of about 600 and features a restaurant, shop and guest house. When you arrive at Treehotel, you check in at Britta’s Pensionat. Then it’s just a short stroll through the beautiful nature to your treeroom.
The most striking part of Harads is its magnificent surroundings. From Treehotel’s rooms you get a fantastic view of the Lule River valley, miles of forest and the powerful river.
Visit the Website: www.treehotel.se
Hotel Riverton is a four star hotel in central Gothenburg that offers a variety of modern rooms, fully equipped apartments and a popular restaurant & skybar located on the top floor.
Our goal is to offer our guests the very best in every detail and aim to always go the extra mile. As a family owned hotel we do not belong to any chain, which enables us to adapt our offering without any chain standardisations, making us truly flexible in our service to you as a guest.
The attention to quality and design makes it mark throughout the hotel from our lobby up to our restaurant on the top floor. We carefully source all of the materials used ourselves to create comforting and functional spaces for you to enjoy.
Visit the Website: www.riverton.se
Breathtaking surroundings with beautiful fjords, mountains, and long, white beaches. As a former European Capital of Culture, Stavanger also boasts an impressive assortment of museums and cultural events.
The Stavanger region has many scenic attractions, among them the Lysefjord, Sola beach and the world famous Preikestolen (“the Pulpit Rock”). Preikestolen is located 604 metres above sea level and is the most visited attraction in the county of Rogaland. Lonely Planet named it the number one most breathtaking viewing platform in the world.
Stavanger is a university city and home to a number of institutions of higher education and research. This is reflected in the city’s urban and lively atmosphere, and in the varied assortment of shopping and dining opportunities. In 2008 Stavanger and Sandnes were designated European Capital of Culture, a testimony to the variety and wide range of cultural events and activities in the region. The Gladmat Food Festival, usually held at the end of July, is a large happening in the region and attracts around 250,000 visitors every year.
In 1969 the first oil field was discovered at Ekofisk south in the North Sea, which made the Stavanger Region a key player in the Norwegian economy.
Today, Stavanger is Europe’s oil and energy capital, and the main source of income for the locals comes from working in the petroleum sector. This industry attracts different nationalities to the region, making it a highly international destination. Today, there are several options for getting to Stavanger and around.
The city centre of Stavanger is quite compact, which makes it easy to reach most attractions on foot. Old Stavanger offers Europe’s best preserved wooden house settlement, consisting of more than 170 white wooden houses. On your walk you can easily stop by some of the city’s many museums, such as the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Stavanger Art Museum and the Norwegian Canning museum.
Find more inspiration on Stavanger and Ryfylke’s official website.
Located between the iconic Astrup Fearnley Museum, the canals on Tjuvholmen and the Oslofjord, most of our 118 rooms have brilliant views.
Timeless elegance with clear references to contemporary art and design is the common denominator for THIEF FURNISHING. International and Norwegian designers such as Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi, Tom Dixon, Anne Haavind and StokkeAustad are behind the furniture and decor. The hotel’s own art curator has hand-picked art for every single room and suite from the THIEF ART collection.
We have five room categories at THE THIEF. Whether you choose THE OSLO SUITE – the top suite with a fantastic view from a private terrace – or one of Oslo´s most spacious standard rooms, comfort takes pride of place. All rooms have tailored solutions and original details, which create an intimate and personal atmosphere.
Visit the Website: www.thethief.com
At Hotel Føroyar we welcome everyone. Whether you are planning a short getaway, a longer stay or a family holiday at Hotel Føroyar. The modern atmosphere and comfortable rooms allow you and your family to enjoy a wonderful stay at our beautiful hotel.
The natural grass roof of this peaceful, design hotel matches the surrounding green countryside. All rooms overlook the Island Nólsoy and central Tórshavn, which is 2 km away.
We offer our guests free acess to our fitness room, free WiFi troughout the Hotel and free parking.
The rugged local landscape in the area around Hotel Føroyar is popular amongst hikers. Our neighbours offer hourseback riding.
A new hotel in Stockholm
Hobo is so much more than Stockholm’s newest design hotel. There are two floors of bar and restaurant, a café, a stage and of course, SPACEby, our pop-up area. Hobo also has a great location, situated in the very center of Stockholm, between Central Station and Stureplan. You can use Hobo as a meeting point, a workplace, a coffice or just a nice place to visit and hang out. Oh, yeah, and obviously you can stay here too. Check out our 201 amazing hotel rooms, all loaded up with handy gadgets you can borrow during your stay.
In the 1800s, Brunkebergstorg was a busy retail center filled with boutiques, restaurants and entertainment venues. Today, though still known as a place of culture, Brunkebergstorg has fallen out of vogue – and therefore, Hobo is especially proud to be doing what it can to bring vibrancy and life back to one of Stockholm’s most interesting, central locations.
Design by Studio Aisslinger
Hobo’s unique interior is designed by the award-winning design team at Studio Aisslinger, the same people behind the Hotel Michel Berger and 25h Bikini Hotel in Berlin. Hobo is the German Studio’s first project in Sweden. Collaborations with prominent local designers have further contributed to Hobo’s distinctive style. For example, during your visit to Hobo, you’ll see custom-made artwork by design duo Vår in the elevators, and Teenage Engineering’s purpose-built Flip Dot takes up an entire wall in the lobby.
Co-creation is at the heart of everything Hobo stands for – and we already have several partnerships that make us proud. In Hobo’s bar, you’ll see one of our very first colab projects. Hobo’s own IPA beer is made in collaboration with Pang Pang Brewery, one of Sweden’s smallest micro-breweries, based in the Stockholm suburb Hökarängen. Thanks to another successful co-lab enterprise, we are happy to make Velosophy bikes available to all our guests. The perfect choice if you want to discover Stockholm on two wheels. More fantastic partnerships are coming soon. Watch this space.