This place is very interesting with some amazing artistic features. I really admire the people who are making an effort to re-task a hospital of this size, it is no small undertaking and they deserve support and accolades.
The wing of the hospital that has been done up is very tasteful. I discovered later that the young woman at reception who greeted me had also done two fabulous murals - one of them is huge and was as yet unfinished. Both were spectacular.
I had a beautiful room looking west to the moutains, with of course a beautiful, new, comfortable bed, and brand new bathroom - very stylish.
The very extensive hospital grounds are still a bit unkempt and the entry is pretty confronting, but don’t take that first impression as your lasting impression, there’s more important things to do, I’m sure they’ll be tackled later with as much style as the interior is being tackled so be prepared to overlook them for now. Enjoy the bumps and contours of the car park, I did.
It is comfortable, stylish, and quite hip. One of the utility rooms of the old hospital has been re-tasked as a kitchen so you can put food (champagne) in a fridge, make tea/coffee, heat and even cook food etc.
It’s quite unique, worthy of your time and money (it’s an investment in a future) and worth a stay if you need an economical place not too far from Oslo Airport Gardermoen - which, btw, is about 40-50 minutes north west of Oslo - maps are a little wanting in airport location detail.