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With Oslo´s most spectacular location on the coast of the capital's new waterfront district Tjuvholmen, THE THIEF will steal you away from everyday life. Located next to the iconic new Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, THE THIEF offers the utmost in luxury by providing an individually tailored experience to each customer. Looking out over the canals of Tjuvholmen and the Oslofjord, most of the 118 bespoke rooms offer brilliant waterfront views. The interior of the hotel reflects the innovative spirit of its surroundings: original artwork, selected by famed curator Sune Nordgren, lines the walls, while furniture chosen by Anemone Wille-Våge reflects up-to-the-moment design without sacrificing comfort.
Known in the 18th century as "Thief Island" because of its role as a prison islet, the waterfront district of Tjuvholmen is now home to one of Scandinavia's most exciting urban renewal projects. Not only is it a thriving center for business, art, and nightlife; it's also become a dazzling showcase of contemporary European architecture, culinary experiences, and Scandinavian design. International-caliber restaurants, cozy eateries, and high-quality galleries sit side by side on car-free streets and squares. No matter if you've come to Oslo for its thriving cultural and culinary scene or rapidly expanding business opportunities; whether you want to read a book in the comfort of the fireside library lounge, enjoy a drink in Tjuvholmen's only hotel bar, or find a memorable setting for your next conference or event, doors are open to you at THE THIEF.
Prepare to be stolen away from everyday life at THE THIEF, a coveted hotel in Oslo’s most anticipated cultural hub. Between art, architecture and the waterfront, you’ll find the perfect balance of man-made and natural splendor.
LOCATION OF THE THIEF
THE THIEF is situated in Tjuvholmen, Oslo’s city center most contemporary neighborhood development, which belongs to the borough Frogner.
In the recent years, the small island Tjuvholmen, became a peninsula and is now home to a wide selection of shopping facilities, restaurants, bars, cafés, 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”.