Clarion Collection Hotel Savoy is a modern hotel with preserved features, in the midst of the vibrant Oslo social scene. Our guests have restaurants, shops, museums, theatres and nightclubs on the doorstep.
Clarion Collection Hotel Savoy is a stone's throw from some of Oslo's most famous museums, and a short walk from Nationaltheatret, which has everything from modern film to classic theatre. Nationaltheatret is also a junction for buses, trains, trams and express trains to the airport. Read more about Oslo here.
The district in which Clarion Collection Hotel Savoy is located was established in the 1800s, during Oslo's bohemian era. Until his death in 1890, Carl Unger was the owner, and probably responsible for the architecture. The building was then taken over by Watt, which is why it was called the Watt building until Hotel Savoy opened in 1925. Many famous guests have stayed at the hotel over the years. Room 207 was Cornelis Vreeswijk's favourite room and where he wrote many of the songs released in 2000 with the name Savoy Hotel.
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 of soup, a healthy salad buffet, a main course and dessert, between 6pm – 9pm every evening. That way you never have to worry about where to go for dinner.
Bar and restaurant
Right next to the hotel you'll find Restaurant Eik, which has received the prestigious Bib Gourmand award in the Michelin Guide, and Savoy Bar, where Oslo's hipsters meet. Restaurant Eik is the perfect venue for elegant dining and fantastic cocktails.