The Nordic Nomad

Oslo, Norway

Revier

What’s the hotel in a nutshell?

Revier, which opened in the summer of 2022, sets out to challenge the traditional idea of a hotel in the same building that once saw the opening of Oslo’s first boutique hotel. The traditional hotel lobby has been replaced by a fully digitised check-in, welcoming guests of the 65-room and apartment property to a bustling house filled with various bar and restaurant experiences. With a friendly vibe and jovial design, by local interior design studio Gathe + Gram, the team behind Revier offers an embracing spot for both locals and visitors alike.

What are the rooms like?

Designed by Hanne Gathe and Linda Gram Egede-Nissen in Gathe + Gram, the rooms are comfortable and timeless. Guests can feel at home and relax in them, with check-in and check-out fully digitized for a seamless stay. Norwegian artist Constance Tenvik was commissioned to create art pieces for the entire building, making it the biggest commission of a single artist by a Norwegian hotel to date.

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What else?

Revier’s culinary centrepiece is Restaurant Savage, led by executive chef Andrea Selvaggini, who grew up with the nickname Savage – the wild one. The restaurant draws inspiration from all over the world and places it in a Scandinavian context, where the strong team gets to further develop its combined international expertise. The hotel also features an all-year orangery on the rooftop terrace and a mini cinema in the basement, possibly Oslo’s smallest cinema with 18 seats and a program that ranges from challenging documentaries to carefully selected and award-winning foreign films.

What’s the neighbourhood like?

Sentrum, which is Norwegian for ‘centre’, is the heart of Oslo and where most of the city’s major attractions are located. The neighbourhood’s main street, Karl Johans gate, connects Oslo’s downtown train station to the Royal Palace, one of the city’s most recognisable sights. The Bjørvika harbour area, with the city’s Instagram-friendly landmarks the Oslo Opera House, the Munch museum and the spectacular Barcode project, are also in the Sentrum area.

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Revier
Kongens gate 5
Oslo
Norway

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Photography courtesy of Anne Valeur, Pernille Munster, Kevin Fauske and Revier

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Kongens gate 5
Oslo
Norway

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Photography courtesy of Anne Valeur, Pernille Munster, Kevin Fauske and Revier

Urban

Rural

Trendy

Classic

Happening

Serene

Affordable

Lavish

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