Ennismore to open first hotel in Nordic region

Ennismore to open first hotel in Nordic region

The Hoxton, Oslo is slated to open in Norway in 2027

Lifestyle and leisure hospitality company Ennismore has joined forces with AB Invest and Møller Eiendom, to launch its first hotel in Norway, The Hoxton, Oslo.

Set to open in 2027, the milestone signing also marks Ennismore’s first property in the Nordic region.

The hotel will feature 144 rooms, multiple dining outlets and a cocktail bar curated by Ennismore’s F&B concept studio, Carte Blanched, as well as a 170-square-metre meetings and events space set around an open pantry kitchen called The Apartment.

Situated in capital's government quarter, The Hoxton, Oslo is at the heart of a new project to revitalise the city centre. 

The Hoxton, Oslo

The Hoxton, Oslo will be located a block from Oslo’s main thoroughfare, Karl Johans gate, and a five-minute walk to Oslo’s bustling restaurant and nightlife area.

Expanding Government Park, the area will be transformed into a green and car-free neighbourhood. Across the street, Møller Eiendom is rejuenating the historic public library building into Deich, House of Photography, a cultural hub with a museum, restaurants and bars, which are also due to open in 2027.

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Founder and co-CEO of Ennismore, Sharan Pasricha, said: “We are thrilled to be the first international lifestyle hospitality brand in Oslo. The Hoxton takes pride in being located in vibrant, up-and-coming neighbourhoods, and we are honoured to partner with AB Invest and Møller Eiendom to welcome locals and guests to Oslo’s revitalised government district.”

The Hoxton, Oslo entrance

AB Invest is a privately owned property company that develops commercial properties in the Nordics, with a focus on hotels, offices and holiday properties, and Møller Eiendom is an owner, manager and property developer that emphasises forward-looking buildings and good urban spaces.

Anders Buchardt from AB Invest said: “In recent years, we’ve witnessed a shift among Norwegians, as they bring home the hotel habits acquired during their travels abroad. They are looking for great food, a unique atmosphere and a memorable experience.

“As the Norwegian hotel market evolves, we eagerly embraced the opportunity to introduce Hoxton to Norway. We firmly believe that this trend will further enhance Oslo’s appeal as a premier hotel destination, catering to both international guests and locals.”

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