Hotels in Jessheim - an emerging business hub
Jessheim is an important nexus for business in Norway, being located near Oslo Airport. Regular trains run to nearby capital Oslo, whilst the E6 motorway connects a number of important routes through Norway, making Jessheim a natural meeting place for business travellers. When you book your hotel room in Jessheim, you will have access to a town emerging as an exciting new hub for business in Norway.
What else is special about Jessheim?
Besides the foreign investment that is flooding into the area, Jessheim is home to some industry including a manufacturer of wood products and a concrete factory that takes advantage of the plentiful natural resources of sand and gravel in the area. For all its superb transport connections and modern amenities, this up-and-coming business centre retains its appeal as a site of great natural beauty.
What is Jessheim like to do business in?
If you are looking to access the Norwegian market, Jessheim is an excellent location. Compared to other parts of Norway, Jessheim remains relatively affordable. Meeting your Norwegian business partners will be easy when based in Jessheim, which is ideally located for commuters from Europe and most major Norwegian business centres. A variety of business events, conferences and summits also take place here, with sponsors including major corporations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers. So whether you are a venture capitalist or a small business owner, you will benefit from the networking opportunities awaiting you in Jessheim.
What can I do in my free time, when I book a Jessheim hotel?
If travelling during the winter months, you will be able to enjoy hikes and skiing through the pristine snowy landscapes, before retiring to your warm and welcoming Jessheim hotel. Besides the delights of the natural environment, you will find Jessheim to be a lively cultural centre. Enjoy the library and cinema at Ullensaker Kulturhus, or travel west of town to see the ancient royal burial mound Raknehaugen, which dates back to between AD 533 and 551. For a spot of shopping, visit Jessheim's Storsenter, which is one of the biggest shopping centres in Norway. To meet with clients, or to simply relax over a meal, head to the elegant Mirabel, where you can indulge in Mediterranean favourites such as pasta and pizza.