Oslo is a fascinating city, where opulence meets understated Scandinavian tradition. In the city’s most upscale neighborhood sits The Thief. A quirky boutique hotel, discretely mixed in amongst office buildings. Adored by celebs, businessmen and hip travelers alike – the hotel is unlike many options we’ve ever experienced – mostly for the better. For a short stay in Oslo, it offered an exciting albeit expensive experience…
Furthermore, we were blown away by the state of the art high def televisions, which project light backward, protecting the integrity of your sleep, while catching up on some viewing. Netflix and access to other apps was a nice touch too. Bathrooms were spacious and the room managed to avoid all three hotel pet peeves, all positive.
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Ingredients you’ve never heard of? They do that too. Fantastic service, that part is guaranteed. Before our departure the next morning, the included breakfast was a very welcomed element. The restaurant offers an extensive buffet to fit all tastes, with a focus on organic ingredients.
Oslo is generally a very expensive city, but also one where there are more reasonable options. You’d struggle to find another property at this level of chic, but for price conscious travelers, it may be best to stop by the bar for an expensive drink, with the savings from adequate cheaper digs nearby.