The Norwegian made the decision to keep the team together at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester before their home Premier League clash with Chelsea.
United could only manage a 0-0 draw in the game.
Solskjaer told reporters post-game: "It's something we wanted to do this time. Keep everyone together.
"Of course we've travelled as well this week. The atmosphere's been good we want to keep it going."
He also added: "I am not sure the wives and girlfriends are too happy."