The Nordic Nomad

Oslo, Norway

Villa Inkognito

What’s the hotel in a nutshell?

Explore Villa Inkognito, a noteworthy addition to Oslo’s hospitality landscape, and the final element in the restoration of the eye-catching Art Deco hotel Sommerro. Offering privacy with its own separate entrance, this unique villa aims to provide a distinctive level of exclusivity in Norway’s capital. Developed by Petter A. Stordalen, founder of Nordic Choice Hotels and owner of Strawberry, Villa Inkognito presents customized experiences, historical surroundings and attentive personal service in an attempt to create a memorable stay for its guests.

What are the rooms like?

Each of Villa Inkognito’s 11 rooms and suites is a unique blend of eras and styles, designed by New York and London-based GrecoDeco with hand-painted details by Rosie Mennem and lamps made by Hadeland Glassverk. Inspired by Classic Norwegian, Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts and Japonisme, every room tells its own story. Opulent details, lush textiles, custom-designed furnishings, marquetry details, 19th-century Norwegian motifs, bespoke hand-knotted rugs, specially designed beds and dreamy bathrooms with custom tiles characterize each of these lavish accommodations.

Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay

What else?

Villa Inkognito promises a complete hideaway experience. The Pipkin Kitchen, named after the old pot, serves as a natural gathering place, where the villa’s chef caters to guests’ tastes. The intimate Spectre Bar offers all-day refreshments and cocktails, while the grand Poppy Library, adorned with hand-blocked French wallpaper, provides a cosy space to relax. The villa also hosts private gatherings in the Bargello Snug or the Ruby Room, where guests can enjoy tailored menus or order from Sommerro’s five restaurants.

What’s the neighbourhood like?

Frogner, a residential and retail district in western Oslo, Norway, is known for its rich history and lush green spaces. Housing numerous international embassies and anchored by the iconic Frogner Manor, this neighbourhood offers a unique insight into Oslo’s past. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Vigeland Park, showcasing over 200 fascinating bronze and granite sculptures by Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland, providing a perfect blend of art and nature that makes Frogner a must-visit destination.

Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Villa Inkognito Oslo Norway hotel stay
Details

Villa Inkognito
Inkognitogata 37
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Francisco Nogueira and Villa Inkognito

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Details

Villa Inkognito
Inkognitogata 37
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Francisco Nogueira and Villa Inkognito

Urban

Rural

Trendy

Classic

Happening

Serene

Affordable

Lavish