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Lysebu

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Facility overview

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  • Restaurant
  • Pool - indoor

Contact information

Description

Lysebu is beautifully situated in Holmenkollen and looks like the king's manor in the fairytale. Lysebu was built in 1916 in traditional Norwegian style, decorated as a Norwegian farm. Lysebu is owned and operated by The Fund for Danish-Norwegian Cooperation. Step right in and let us show you around Lysebu, a unique setting for meetings, conferences or your own special occasions. Lysebu offers the best of Norwegian and Danish traditions.

The hills, forests and lakes surrounding Oslo form an outdoor paradise known as marka, and Lysebu lies at its gateway. That puts Lysebu itself in an ideal spot for those keen on enjoying the great outdoors. There are hiking and ski trails on the doorstep, and downhill skiing is also close by.
Guests who prefer to stay indoors can enjoy activities from wine tasting to concerts, lectures and exhibits.

Green travel

Lysebu has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

Categories

  • Hotels Hotels

Transportation

From
Time
Km
City centre
20 min.
8
Airport
 
55

Metro No.1 > Voksenkollen

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Pool - indoor
  • Special

    • forest area
  • Classification

    • eco-lighthouse
  • Capacity

    • double room (27)
    • number of suites (37)
    • number of bedrooms (85)
    • single room (21)
    • number of beds (149)
  • Conference facilities

    • maximum classroom seating (75)
    • maximum reception seating (100)
    • maximum banquet seating (180)
    • number of meeting rooms (20)
    • conference rooms (20)
    • function rooms (4)
    • number of persons in largest conference room (120)
    • maximum number of conference participants (120)
    • max theatre seating capacity (120)
  • Disabled persons

    • disables persons info at VisitOSLO
  • General facilities

    • pool - indoor (6 x 16,7 m)
    • conference facilities
    • restaurant
    • banqueting rooms
  • Other accommodation

    • accommodation
  • Member of

    • Historic Hotels & Restaurants
  • Price level

    • mid range

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