NUART FESTIVAL HOTEL - MYHREGAARDEN
Nuart Festival is delighted to announce Myhregaarden Hotel as our Official Festival Hotel for Nuart 2016-18.
Located in the heart of Stavanger city centre, the Myhregaarden is an independent, boutique hotel with a colourful history and cosy Town House feel. Each room is unique but all contain chandeliers and fireplaces to retain a Period feel.
Visitors to Nuart Festival 2016 can join our artists, international media partners and guests at the Myhregaarden by taking advantage of an exclusive advance rate.
Reservations can be made via the hotel's website using the booking code 'Nuart'. For enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (+47 51 86 80 00)
The Myhregaarden Hotel and it's location has a lot of history: a farmhouse and a liquor distillery originally stood on the site from 1835-1900 before today's brick building was built in 1901. Expanded in 1905-1906 by John G. Myhre it was until 1966 Stavanger largest privately owned house, which Myhre ran a dye works and later a laundry. In 2000, the building was converted into offices before Myhregaarden Hotel took over in 2008 and quickly established itself as one of Stavanger's leading boutique hotels.
The Myhregaarden consists of 53 rooms including 6 singles, 40 doubles and 7 junior suites. Myhregaarden Hotel has a personal feel and since 2010 also offers beautiful private apartments in the center of Stavanger.
This year's Nuart Festival film courtesy of Doug Gillen at Fifth Wall TV.
Fight Club was established in 2012 as a way to introduce difficult topics in a more relaxed environment condusive to public engagement.
Nuart Festival is delighted to announce the Myhregaarden Hotel as our Official Festival Hotel for Nuart 2016-18.
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