Clarion Collection Hotel Savoy
Phone: (47) 23 354200
Fax: (47) 23 354201
Universitetsgaten 11, Oslo, NO, 0164
- Phone: (47) 23 354200
- Fax: (47) 23 354201
Opened in 2008, this bar has regular shows and events, including DJs that spin into the small hours of the morning. Local and international punk, metal and rock acts regularly grace the stage. Friendly bar staff and reasonably priced beer have endeared Funhouse to local music lovers, who will warn you to watch out for the steep narrow staircase should you have a few too many.
LUUX is one of the brightest spots in Oslo's night circuit. A pub, a club, a discotheque all rolled into one, LUUX attracts club-hoppers of all ages and tastes every night. As in-house DJs pelt out the hottest tracks, crowds take to the dance floor and have a gala time. The bar at LUUX serves exotic cocktails and spirits, along with a delightful pub platter. Concerts and live gigs are a regular phenomenon at LUUX, with the cream of international talent performing at the venue. Visitors can book tables for dining and drinking at the LUUX. It's an experience. Go live it!
There is one of these in every major city and happily also one in Oslo: a place that looks like jazz, feels like jazz, smells like jazz and definitely sounds like jazz. Herr Nilsen is a small and intimate jazz café with regular concerts scheduled in the week. Drinks are reasonably priced and the staff is always friendly. Light snack food is available. This is the kind of place where you can sit back and relax.
The London Pub is Oslo's oldest and most renowned gay and lesbian bar in all of Oslo. It has a very accepting atmosphere and it caters to patrons of all ages. Be sure to show up for the weekly theme nights, including a quiz night, karaoke, and more. Primarily pop music is played, with an occasional more traditional Norwegian song thrown into the mix every once in a while. This establishment has two stories. The first is a casual bar where you can sit, drink, and chat. The second story has a nightclub feel and offers live DJs, dancing, and fun. With all of the activities and fun to be had, this is not a location that you should pass up.
Smuget is one of the largest and most nightclubs in Oslo, with three stages, seven bars and a happening dance floor. Well-known live acts from around the world often appear at this club, as well as famous DJs. This is also a great place for spotting Norwegian celebrities. The club can get very crowded on weekends, so be sure to arrive early to ensure your spot.
Last Train on Karl Johan Street has a long tradition of housing musicians, especially those with a predilection for rock. It has been the starting-point for countless Norwegian chart-raiders and flops, and is still important for those who want to be seen with the right people. If you feel like taking a break from the ultra-trendy and fashionable parts of Oslo, Last Train is a useful hideout. The beer is inexpensive and staff and patrons alike are generally nice and welcoming. Even the bouncers have a nice reputation.
Long standing institution in the Oslo music scene, Buckleys Pub hosts soul, funk, rock, jazz, blues, folk, house and just about every other genre you can think of. The music-mania is evident in its surroundings as many a music-lovers gather here to catch up on various things in life.
Jaeger is a nightclub, bar and cafe, all in one! Established in 2011, this quiet little bar and eatery by day, transforms into a vibrant party scene by night. The nights at this place are brought alive by local and internationally renowned DJs. House, techno, club are some of the many genres churned out by them. Some nights live performers take the stage and charge the atmosphere with their melodies. Jaeger also rents out its space to host private events. Celebrate your occasion and after that visit the nightclub for an enthralling night!
Ophelia has a reputation for being the most excellent, cheesiest, funniest, wildest and definitely the most 1980s-related bar in the city's west end. Surrounded by dark furniture, brassy decor and people from all walks of life, you can enjoy a drink or a quiet conversation on Ophelia's ground floor. Feel like a dance? Try out the basement. Professional DJs perform the best (and worst) of the last century's 1980s and early 1990s disco music. Drinks are inexpensive and the staff serves common cocktails, beers and soft drinks. After dancing for a couple of hours most people feel like a bite, and the all-night restaurant across the street might be able to help you out.
Right at the heart of Oslo, the Living-Room bustles with club-hoppers on weekends. The club plays mostly techno and house with occasional bursts of hard rock and metal. Very popular are the theme nights at the Living-Room and the DJ performances, that send the crowds in a dizzy. With a fine decor, a warm ambiance and vibrant crowds, Living-Room is just the ideal weekend clubbing destination. Call for more information.
Are you confused about the place to go to for your weekend and holiday season party? Supa is your answer to your confusion! This jazzy nightclub has the likes of DJ Soulshock in the stands to get you swirling on the tunes. The spacious dance floor lets you step up with a bunch of pals and the disco lights make sure that your moves look smart enough to impress. The Club has regular live music nights when the club tends to get specially crowded. So, put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a dance party!
Oslo being well known for its rock and metal scene, the Rock In club is an ideal spot for all rock fans. At this rather small place which is very scantily lit with loud blaring music in the background you will find locals sipping on their alcohol while tuning into the fabulous music. Live Performances by local bands promise some original music and take the overall entertainment quotient a notch higher. The theme of this club is Gothic with most of the crowd sporting piercings and colored hair.