When you stay at the prestigious Clarion Collection Hotel Gabelshus, you stay in the midst of Oslo's history and culture. Throughout the hotel you'll find fine old paintings and interior features. Breakfast, mid-afternoon snack and evening meal are our treat when you stay with us.
Clarion Collection Hotel Gabelshus is located in the elegant borough of Frogner, in central Oslo. You'll find a selection of vibrant restaurants and cafés here. Furthermore, Oslo's main attractions, such as Vigelandsparken park, Aker Brygge and the Royal Palace are within a comfortable distance. Read more about Oslo here.
Our hotel exudes relaxing environments. Our library is a stylish room where you can hold small meetings, read a book or newspaper, watch TV or relax with a glass of wine. The fireplace room is decorated in dark tones and antique furniture. Here you can sit back in front of the open fire for a moment's quiet contemplation. The dining room is a beautiful space that overlooks our popular outdoor terrace. There is a large mural here, depicting Gabelsgata in years gone by. The environment here is so special that it's often used in film recording and photo shoots.
Meetings and conferences
Our conference facility has five meeting rooms with seating for up to 100 people. More information about our conference rooms here.
Complimentary evening meal
We want you to find tranquillity and feel at home when you stay at our hotel. We serve a complimentary light evening meal between 6pm and 9pm every evening. That way you never have to worry about where to go for dinner, because there'll always be something to eat 'at home'.
We also have a lobby bar where you can order refreshments and lighter meals from the bar menu.
From our relaxation area you have access to the sauna, steam room and a place to relax. Sit back in one of our lounge chairs and take it easy with a glass of iced water and some fresh fruit.
Clarion Collection Hotel Gabelshus has a long and exciting history. The country manor style building was built in 1912 and was originally a guest house. The first three proprietors were women, each more exceptional than the other. Miss Sommerfeldt, who managed the guest house from 1933 – 45, lived on the second floor, and let her two cockatoos fly freely in the house. And she enjoyed the odd pipe with her guests when the mood took her.