Part of an elegant building which first opened its doors in 1920, the revered and elegant Hotel Bristol is located in Sentrum district, the heart of Oslo’s city centre. It’s just a short walk from the hotel to the main shopping area, the city’s main street Karl Johans Gate, the Royal Palace, the national theatre, a number of Oslo’s museums and the waterfront area, Aker Brygge.
The hotel has large, comfortable guest bedrooms and suites, and history is evident in the traditional interior décor, particularly in the cosy Vinterhaven and Bibliotekbaren, two long-established areas of the hotel where food and beverages are served to the sound of live piano music, safeguarding a long-held and time-honoured tradition.
The hotel’s acclaimed kitchen draws inspiration from international and Norwegian culinary influences and a visit to the Bristol Grill rewards you with seasonally-based dishes and delicious cakes. Hambro's Café features classic décor and a varied menu of lighter dishes.
Guests can enjoy working out in the hotel’s well-equipped gym and fitness facility. Turkish bath and massages are also available.
Visit the home of the most performed playwright since Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen, author of the world’s most performed play. Ibsen Museet is a small, idiosyncratic museum, but nonetheless intriguing museum.