- Reviews: 9
Generally, the Rainbow chain...
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.
- Reviews: 69
Oslo has a lot of hotels and...
Oslo has a lot of hotels and cheaper accommodations. I do recommend going to the 'Oslo promotion' desk found either at the harbour (Aker Brygge) or the Central Station. Here they can help you finding a place to stay that suits your wallet, they also arrange private accommodation. Going here gives you a discount on the room fee and makes sure your hotel is in the area you want.
- Reviews: 7
The quality and range of...
The quality and range of accommodation in Norway is quite good. You can choose any form of lodging from first-class hotels to private rooms. The tourist offices can assist in mediating reservations within all categories.
- Reviews: 102
You have to stay at...
You have to stay at Holmenkollen Park Hotel Rica. It'S my favourite hote with the most wonderful view over all of Oslo and surronding areas. The service and staff are excellent!
If you want to stay down-town Radisson SAS Scandinavia is good. Or the Grand Hotel situated at the main street in Oslo, Karl Johan
around NOK 1300 a night for a double room
All of this hotels are great hotels with the best of amenities - so the rates might be a bit high
- Reviews: 171
BY THE WAY MOTEL, about 50 km...
BY THE WAY MOTEL, about 50 km south of Oslo.
I would say it's an avarage price. Norway is very expensive and so I think it might be good to find something outside instead of in the town.
Nice, clean, and a wonderful breakfast buffet.
- Reviews: 12
There are many hotels where...
There are many hotels where you can stay which serve breakfast with total cost. Expect to pay between £70.00 to
£100.00 a night. There are bed and breakfasts available,
but we wanted to be in the center of the city so we could walk
around as we did not bother with car.
This is covered above.
- Reviews: 46
Hasleveien 8; Frode & Ragnar,...
Hasleveien 8; Frode & Ragnar, owners of this place renovated sheds & garages within the premises of their home to house guests. We shared the place in the photo with another couple and it was a VERY cosy place. The owners made very good effort in the furnishings and interior decor of the place and we felt very comfortable there.
Prices are per room per night.
Single : 200 NOK
Double : 300 NOK
Xtra Bed: 100 NOK
Beautiful surroundings within the compound of the house. The owner had a very nice garden & he made great efforts in the decor of the shed which we shared with this Chinese couple. The shed resembled a mini-cottage & it had a fully equipped kitchen. The owner is also very helpful & friendly. He printed out maps & bus schedules for us & gave us suggestions as to where we should go visit in Oslo.
- Reviews: 81
I was not paying myself (it...
I was not paying myself (it was a business trip). We stayed at the SAS which was a pleasant international business hotel.
I was pleasantly surprised in such an expensive country, that the hotel was about GBP 100 for the night, including some phone calls. A warning: I was charged 15 NKr (a little over GBP 1) each for calls to a freefone number (I was trying to use my BT calling card).
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