There are some different places that offers bed & breakfast around Oslo. Many of them are private people that rent rooms or appartments to tourists. Some rooms have private bath, but most of the time the bath is shared. Normally they just take cash, but some accept creditcards too. Be sure to ask if you plan on paying with your card.
The different places are situated all around Oslo. Some are close to the city, and some are more far away. Prices vary depending on the location and facilities.
Contact Bed & Breakfast Norway for more info about accomodations.
This is a very nice and different place to stay. It's a small ship in the fjord with 12 rooms for rent, a café and even a small theatre. It is a good view from the boat and the terrace. Every room has it's own bathroom, and breakfast is included.
The price is 400,- (NOK) for a single room and 700,- for a double, a few of the doubles can also take three people.
Service was definitely with a smile and a friendly face. 'Wow!' was my exclamation when I stepped in the door, the price for this hotel was pretty good - but the place looked amazing! Neat, clean and a bit posh. My room was beautiful and very comfortable, I even had a private balcony with table and chairs!!! The room was spacious, large bed, couch, big wardrobe and a tv. The bathroom was right across the corridor and was very big (and clean) as well.
This bed and breakfast is stunning, the neighbourhood is quiet as well (with lots of big leafy trees lining the streets nearby).
When I googled for "Bed and Breakfast in Oslo" I found Hasleveien which is run by two friendly Norwegian guys. Hasleveien offers private rooms with shared toilets and showers. Breakfast is not included in the price, but you have access to a kitchen. Apart from that, a few supermarkets are just round the corner.
If you are looking for self catering and staying for a while on a sort of budget, this is probably it. Apartment Service offers fairly simple, furnished apartments about 20-40 sq m in the western city center part of Oslo. Double bed based, price per person is NOK 190,-
Cook for yourself or eat out.
Check their web pages for details.
Cheap, good for longer stays, and when visiting Oslo on business and visiting friends whose house/flat is too small to accommodate you all...
I honestly don't know what the name of my hostel was but I'll do my best to figure out what it was called becuase it was probably the best I stayed in during my travels. The breakfast alone fed me for the whole day!!!! (included)
It was in a fairly good location and the venue was gorgeous. The only downfall of the hostel was this older man who would follow us around....The scary thing was when we were flying out of Sweden a week later - back to England we ran into him at the Airport (this was after lying to him and telling him I was going back to Canada...he was creepy)
Terrific buffet breakfast with meats, cheese, loads of breads, peanutbutter jelly...YUM YUM GOOD!
If you like me are going to stay in Oslo for a long period then I would propose you to choose ?Oslo apartments?. This firm owns flats in different districts of the city. The apartments where I lived situated at Friemensgata and were very good. I lived together with one more person in one flat which has small kitchen (with all necessary equipment), bathroom, 2 bedrooms and big hall with TV and sofa. You can see the pictures and decide. If you a going to stay in Oslo just for one night and looking for a cheap accommodation then pension house is a right place to choose.
We stayed at a friends in Oslo which helped as accomodation is expensive and all the youth hostels are at least 5km out of the centre!
The IYHA hostel in Voss is fantastic, they have a games room, and a great location by the lake where you can hire out kayaks!
The Norway in a Nutshell price includes a cabin on the train which is fine.
Clean rooms, but not very comfortable. However, the suites are very nice! The hotel has been built using natural stone, metal, wood and glass to bring out that special mood and theme matching the surroundings.
You will find the hotel close to the terminal, only a few minutes walk from the boarding gates. The only conference facilities at the airport.
Yes Oslo is expensive, but your stay doesn't have to cost loads of money. The Hostelling International Norway (www.vandrerhjem.no/english) Has a complete list of hostels in Norway. You can stay in Oslo for less than $20 a night including breakfast. If you want your own room it's about $30. It's about $3 extra for non-members. It's smart to have a membership, it will also give lots of nice discounts, take a look at the pages. You have to be a member of your national organization. Check www.iyhf.org for details.
Good-old's lodging and service's.
'good-old' is a fellow member on the VT and fellow travellers are allways welcome. Just send him an e-mail, and you will find the best of the well-known norwegian hospitality.
I got married in the beautiful white
...and spent my honeymoon night in the wonderful three floors' tower suite, yes the one located just in the middle of the Oslo Grand Hotel.
View from the balcony of the Grand Hotel Suite -->
The Grand Hotel built in 1874 has turn of the century architectural styling with all the modern conveniences a business or leisure traveler could want. Centered in the heart of Oslo close to the city’s air terminal and fairgrounds.
Karl Johans gate 31, N-0159 Oslo
Tel: +47 23 21 21 00
Fax: +47 23 21 20 00
This is the latest in accomodation in Oslo. The city's richest man thought it was about time that he had his own hotel, and built one. Its situated as close to the Central Station as it is possible and is making a port to the planned New Opera area in the town. I have not been inside yet, but it is said to be very exclusive at least from the inside.
There is lot of nice hotels in Oslo. You just must remember, that Oslo is very expensive place.
Generally, the Rainbow chain is good.
From 560 NOK for a double room.
Several of them have hot drinks and snacks available to guests. The hotels range from the very basic to the 5 star Bristol and are all at reasonable rates.
The Stefan is on a noisy square, though.
The Europa and Cecil are well situated.
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