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The Well is northern Europe’s biggest SPA with 11 different pools, 15 different saunas, hamans and a unique Japanese pavilion with a onsen

As the first hotel in Northern Europe, The Well, located just south of Oslo, Norway, is now part of the prestigious network; Healing Hotels of the World.

Healing hotels of the World is a global brand for healing hospitality hotels, with more than 100 hotels and resorts across countries and continents in its portfolio. The partner hotels are for the healing traveler who wants to break free from old life patterns and allow better lifestyle choices to unfold.

The Well is northern Europe’s biggest SPA with 11 different pools, 15 different saunas, hamans and a unique Japanese pavilion with a onsen.

"We are proud to be part of Healing Hotels of the World and see it as a perfect fit for The Well. Wellness and a more holistic health can provide a higher quality of life. At The Well, we provide wellness both through the surroundings; use of color, choice of materials, art and off course through the spa itself, and the rituals we offer to give the feeling of well-being," says Anette Ose, head of SPA at The Well.

Digital detox
At the core of The Well’s offering lies facilities to take a break from everyday life and leaving your phone and work behind, to heal and relax - a much-needed activity for a better balance in life.  The Well arranges a multitude of rituals every day like aufguss, rhassoul rituals, scrubs and massages.

A brand-new sculpture forest
The Well’s owner Stein Erik Hagen is an internationally known art collector and lends out parts of his private art collection to the hotel. Hotels guests exploring the sculpture forest that will open in august 2022, will be presented to work from internationally known sculptors. The 36 sculptures in total, are both made especially for the location whilst others are from Stein Erik Hagen’s private collection. 

Alongside the sculpture forest by the outside pool area, the hotel and conference areas of the SPA also have an impressive art collection where you can find internationally known works of among others Robert Mapplethorpe and Helmut Newton.

Enormous effort has been invested in creating a guest centric atmosphere that cultivates relaxation and peace of mind, and the art on the property both inside and outside the hotel and SPA is world class, curated and handpicked by our owner for display and enjoyment by our guests, says chairman for The Well, Kristian Gundersen.

Gudrun Kathle Lægreid
Senior Communication Specialist
(+47) 918 14 955
[email protected]

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