The Thief Oslo

    The Thief offers the utmost in luxury by creating an individually tailored experience for each customer. No matter if you’ve come to Oslo for its thriving cultural and culinary scene or rapidly expanding business opportunities, if you’re looking for a memorable setting for your next conference or event, if you simply wish to stroll along Tjuvholmen’s pristine waterfront or wander between galleries on the peninsula’s car-free streets: whatever it is, The Thief will provide it for you.

    During summer you can take the hotel-boat back from a business meeting in town, brush sand from your toes and go see a gallery, or stroll through a large selection of restaurants of a high international standard. The interior of the hotel reflects the innovative spirit of its surroundings: original artwork, selected by curator Sune Nordgren, lines the walls. Raunchy elegance with references to contemporary art and design is the common denominator for the hotel’s furnishings. International and Norwegian designers such as Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi, Tom Dixon and Anne Haavind StokkeAustad are the masterminds behind this.

    Guests are offered five room categories. Whether you choose The City Suite – the top suite with 360 degree views from its private terrace – or one of Oslo’s standard rooms, comfort is paramount. All rooms feature custom-made solutions and original details that create an intimate and personal atmosphere.



    • 120 rooms
    • 8 floors



    • Satellite TV
    • 24 Hour Room Service
    • Bar
    • Electric Kettle in Room
    • Fitness
    • Restaurant


    If you want to please your palate, the hotel’s restaurants offer the best fare, made from sustainable, local ingredients. It serves wholesome Norwegian cuisine.



    Landgangen 1, Oslo Oslo Norway 252

    In eighteenth-century Oslo, criminals were brought to justice on a tiny islet whose infamy gained it the name “Thief Island”. Today, Tjuvholmen – now a peninsula – is home to one of Scandinavia’s most exciting urban renewal projects. Not only is it a thriving urban center for business, art and nightlife, it’s also become a dazzling showcase of contemporary European architecture. It is home to a wide selection of shopping facilities, restaurants, bars, cafes, art spaces and one hotel: The Thief. A direct neighbor of the hotel is The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art designed by Renzo Piano, Norway’s “new power center for contemporary art”.