THE THIEF building, my apartment is on the floor, with balcony. Largest concentration of upmarket restaurants and bars in Oslo are at Tjuvholmen.
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1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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The space

Welcome to the fantastic Tjuvholmen! Nowere in Oslo will you find so many trendy restaurants, bars, cafees, indoor or outdoor, so many galleries, art, and boutiques. Combine that with long seafront walks, canals, boats, walking distances to everything else the capitol has to offer and even a lovely little beach, well then you have the undisputed prime location in Oslo. Ok, don't take my word for it, I am biased. After all, I bought the place...:-)

But, here is what New York Times just said. They recently came out with a list of places worth visiting around the world in 2013, and this is what they wrote:

"With all the attention recently showered on its fellow Nordic capitals, it’s been easy to overlook Oslo. But no longer. In an effort to embrace the city’s proximity to the sea, the Fjord City development project is rejuvenating the city’s waterfront, most recently (and impressively) on Tjuvholmen, or Thief Island. This is where the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art reopened in September in a spectacular new Renzo Piano-designed structure featuring sloping, sail-shaped glass roofs that nearly dip into the water. Next door, the cutting-edge facade and art-strewn interiors of THE THIEF, Oslo's new Design Hotel, should fit right in with the arty neighbourhood. Tjuvholmen is now also home to a pack of top-notch galleries and a new sculpture park with works from Anish Kapoor and Ellsworth Kelly. Elsewhere in the city, the restaurant Maaemo caught the food world’s attention when, barely a year after opening, it earned two Michelin stars. More proof that Oslo is ready to shine." — Ingrid K. Williams

Now I am putting my wonderful, brand new apartment out on Airbnb, so that YOU can experience the very best Oslo has to offer. The apartment is located in the same building (next door) to Oslo's newest and most upmarket (and of course the most expensive) boutique & art hotel, THE THIEF. However, at my place you will have more space, a full ultra-modern kitchen, a lovely balcony overlooking the canal and Oslo, access to the sunny roof terrace, two mountain bikes in the basement bicycle-room, free wireless high speed internet, and a MUCH bigger refrigerator if you what to chill that white wine..:-) And yes, it's less than 1/3 of the price of a standard room at THE THIEF.

Tjuvholmen, meaning "thief's island", is the ultimate trendy and exclusive new area in Oslo, with pulsating city space, alleys, walking bridges over the canals, and with extensive seafront promenades. Meters away from the apartment you will find several of Oslo's best restaurants, bars, cafes, cinemas and of course, Oslo's best shopping. Public transportation is close by, either you prefer bus, tram or the small ferries. 150 meters away, you will find the world famous Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, AFMoMA.

The apartment itself is new and exclusive, with a lovely balcony hanging directly over the canal, six stories down. Everything is of high standard, from the Italian tiles in the bathroom to the walnut floor in the rest of the apartment. There is a wonderful Jensen King size bed (180 cm) in the bedroom, and I have an extra mattress just in case...

There is an awsome 70 mbit/s wireless internet connection in the apartment, a BOSE iPhone dock (or you can use a simple cable from your headphone plug to connect with the BOSE from another telephone or PC), there is a 40" LED TV set connected to cable TV from GET and Mac TV, and I also have an internet radio, so you can listen to your own favorite local radio station while in Oslo.

Two mountain bikes is located in the basement bicycle room, free for you to use. Take the bikes along the bicycle path to fantastic Bygdoy, to see the old Polar ships of the Norwegian explorers, or the magnificent Viking ships at the Viking Museum. Or, even better, have a picnic by the sea! I will tell you were to go...:-)

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House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Check out by 11AM


Safety features
Smoke detector

2 nights minimum stay.
From Apr 1 - Oct 31, 2017 the minimum stay is 3 nights.

97 Reviews

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Jørgen User Profile
September 2017

Jacqueline User Profile
September 2017
Wonderful place, fully-equipped apartment in an upscale waterfront neighborhood, close to many restaurants and museums. The bikes were an added bonus, making it easy to explore the city. We were met at the entrance to facilitate checkin. Communication was good and Jean was super helpful. It's hard to convey how great this apartment is for a couple. While it's not big, it's well designed and felt like a home.

Noelle User Profile
August 2017
Wonderful part of Oslo. Easy walk to Aker Brygge. Close to bus stop. Many, many restaurants nearby. Took a cab from train station to the Thief Hotel where Jean met us and led us to apartment. She explained everything and left us to enjoy 5 fabulous nights in Oslo. Apartment is clean, bathroom large and balcony overlooking canal is an extra bonus. A comfortable apartment from which to explore Oslo and recover from jet lag.

Paolo User Profile
May 2017
Close to everything

Efren User Profile
May 2017
Nils place is perfect in every which way, location, access, privacy, quietness, etc. it even had a wine decanter. You'll love it.

Xavier User Profile
April 2017
This flat is a comfortable and high-end nest for travellers looking to explore the heart of Oslo by foot from the modern and charming neighbourhood of Tjuvholdem. The flat: Warm and welcoming, it boasts great views of the surrounding canals and has a charming terrace for your morning coffee. Recently built, the building is in a quiet location and the flat has all the amenities you could require for short or longer stays – it is also perfectly clean. The bed is a dream, the shower is superb. Two bikes are also available for guests and the Apple TV is a real plus. Location: Pretty much ideal. It is right next to a flurry of restaurants, overlooks the water, within 5 minutes of the gorgeous Astrup Fearnley museum, and walking to the harbour and city hall is done alongside the waterfront. Nils and Catherine, who co-manage the flat, were very communicative and helpful throughout and provided all the information we needed to make our check-in, check-out, and stay a smooth experience. All in all, exactly what you would hope for from an Airbnb experience.

Tanyette User Profile
April 2017
Incredible and chic apartment. You can't ask for a better location. The hosts were beyond lovely and I looked forward to my glass of wine on their adorable balcony. This is the perfect place to book if you want to experience what it's like to live like a local in one of Oslo's hippest areas. Thank you!

Oslo, NorwayJoined in March 2012
Nils User ProfileNils is a superhost.

A documentary film maker from Norway.

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About the home

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