The Ladies Floor in the Grand Hotel in Oslo was created after they found that they had a large number of single female visitors making reservations, which moved the management to make a special experience for these guests.
Thirteen rooms on one floor were created in collaboration with thirteen women of outstanding achievement in Norway, from fashion designer Cecilie Juvodden of Maggie Wonka to women’s world golfing champion Suzann Pettersen.
Each room has been made with the personal touch from each of these women, that leaves a magical impression about their personalities.
Everything from yoga mats to fresh fruit is featured in these suites, with L’Occitane products and a personal gift given as a token for each guest.
As a special feature in this corridor, a photo gallery taken by Norwegian photographer Glenn Røkeberg captures the women outside each room.
Accompanying male guests are also able to stay on the ladies floor, and the hotel offers 279 more rooms in total, ranging from standard to luxuriously sweeping suites, which have had many famous residents from Barack Obama to Charlie Chaplin.
For couples arriving together, The Tower is a favourite for honeymooners who want to wake-up and get breathtaking views of the city, that stretch right out onto Oslo’s harbour!
Already the home of the Nobel Peace Prize’s dinner, there are five bars and restaurants to choose from. Norwegian food including King crab and reindeer are served in the main restaurants and in the summer months light bites are served at the roof top Etoile Bar, a popular spot for locals.
For Wellbeing, guests are offered a pampering experience at the Spa, which has a swimming pool trimmed with Norwegian birch and beige bamboo beds are placed for guests to lounge on. It has been five years since the successful opening of the Ladies Floor and to celebrate the hotel is offering a ten percent discount on spa treatments and a special rate of 2,245 NOK based on two people staying.
For more information on the hotels events and special offers contact the reservations department on tel. +47 23 21 22 00.