Rosahjemmet is painted Røros-red and ivy-green. It is centrally located yet set back from busy traffic, ideally situated near Majorstua tube station, within walking distance to the famous Frogner Park. Situated just in front of Katarinahjemmet, it was built around 1850, and is named in honour of St. Rose of Lima.
- With writing tables, the room can accommodate 24 persons; without tables, ca. 35-40 persons
- There are no small group rooms
- Wireless Internet access
- Projector and screen
- Overhead projector
- Flip-over writing paper/White board
- Tea kitchen
For meeting/conference participants, we serve a two-course meal at Katarinahjemmet’s dining room. It is also possible to pre-order open-face sandwiches, cakes and fruit. We are unable to accommodate special dietary needs.
Katarinahjemmet offers its guests use of the library and chapel. We also offer a limited number of parking spaces.
Katarinahjemmet offers guests overnight accommodation. Minimum two nights, with exceptions for groups using Rosahjemmet.
For reservations/more information, please contact us.