Quality Hotel 33

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Ostre Aker vei 33, Oslo, 0581, Norway
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Costs 22% less but rated 11% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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by masako

Godt nytt år to alle!

I heard there is a very long sledging place in Oslo, one subway station length and ten minute long. Could you please let me know the exact place? I looked for "Visit Oslo" HP. but I cannot find it.

Tusen takk for hjelpen!


Re: sledging

by masako

Hei alle!

I think the place I am looking for is Korketrekkeren. I will try tomorrow.
If there are any suggestions, please let me know.
Thank you very much for your information in advance.

Med vannlig hilsen,

Re: sledging

by georeiser

There are some different places inside Oslo where you can go sledging.

1) "Korketrekkeren", as you mention, is in "Tryvann Winterpark". This place is not far from Holmenkollen skiarena, where it will be WSC in 48 days (http://www.oslo2011.no/en). Take the subway line no.1 from downtown to "Frognerseteren" (the last stop).

2) Grefsenkollen in "Oslo Skisenter". Take the bus no.56 from Storo to Grefsen. An extra bus on Sundays, no.56C, goes directly to the top of the hill.

3) Jerikobakken in Lindeberg. This is only 200 m from Lindeberg subway station, line no.2.

4) Liabakken in Stovner. 10 minutes walk from Stovner subway station, line no.5.

There are of course some other places, but I believe they are mainly for downhill skiing and not suitable for sledging.

Re: sledging

by masako

Kjære Geir-san,

Takk for hjelpen!!

This afternoon I will try Korketrekkeren for sure. I can't wait to try the longest sledging. My friends suggested me to go out together to Oslo Skisenter but they arer sick unfortunately so I be there sometime next year ;D

I was in Javenaker for two weeks but I feel Oslo much colder...

Thank you very much again.
Tusen takk skal du ha!

Ha det bra torsdag, Geir-san!!


Re: sledging

by merin81

Korketrekkeren is the best place for sledging in Oslo. You can rent a simple sledge for a day at the top of the slope. If you have the chance to also rent a helmet I would recommend it as accidents happen from time to another and even if you drive nice and slow yourself, there are other people who don't. At some places the slope is not too wide so be careful. Have fun!

Re: sledging


and dont forget to get a daypass for the tram so you and the tuboggan can get back up again :-) maybe for a hot cocolate at frognerseteren
korketrekkeren is great fun :-)

Re: sledging

by Hildeal


just remember your helmet:)

Travel Tips for Oslo

Grunerlokka -definitely my favourite place in Oslo

by Ekaterinburg

I'd read so much about Grunerlokka being the 'happening' part of Oslo, that I almost expected to dislike it, as I frequently dislike areas that have been too hyped up by guide books.Happily, that didn't happen and it was here that I spent most time and that I loved most, along with the trips to the hills and the lake.

This is a formerly working class area to the east of the city centre that has been reborn as a sort of Left bank or Hampstead, with an influx of the young, enterprising and arty farty. Once you cross over the Akerselva river and start the long trek up Thorvald Meyers gate, the village atmosphere is immediately obvious. I'm sure there are office blocks and commercial premises here but what you notice are the cafes and bars, the funky shops with vintage clothes, the buildings with murals painted on the sides, small grocery and vegetable shops and the almost tangible feeling of relaxation you get from places that are pleasant to live in.

There are two parks along TM gate: first, the small and pretty Olav Ryes plass complete with fountain and further up, the large Sofienberg-parken with its elaborate pavillion. Parallel with TM gate is Markveien, another really great street for browsing and the best for second-hand shops and behind Markveien, is the riverbank walk dotted with tall redbrick chimneys and mills, remnants of the industrial past.

Because our hotel was just at the entrance to Grunerlokka we ate there most evenings and had long leisurely walks afterwards. There is an other side to life in Grunerlokka apparently, the seamier side I'd read about in the novels of Jo Nesbo, but this is certainly not obvious to the casual browser. We always felt comfortable walking there after dark and If I was working or living in Oslo, this is certainly where I'd go apartment hunting.

Thor's day is useful

by sourbugger

Many of the museums and attractions in Oslo operate a 'late-night' policy on Thursday nights. Many of them are open until 7 or 8 O'clock at night.

Very useful for rapid sighteeing, especially where there are several free museums grouped together - such as the modern art museums.

Nordmarka For a capital, it's...

by maritagnes

Nordmarka For a capital, it's rather unique to have so easy access to untouched scenery as you have staying in Oslo. Pure, nature adventures and wonderful cross country skiing facilities in winter. Nordmarka is one of the loveliest areas surrounding Oslo, perfect for leaving the city behind, explore the magnificent, unspoilt forest landscape on foot, or in the winter season, skiing. I spent a lot of time there.

Find a new friend

by sourbugger

There are always some 'cute' photo opportunities around in Oslo in the form of extra large trolls that many businesses place outside their shop or restaurant.

Here is a typical example : The Troll is the one on the left. Sorry Arann.

The Royal Palace


See the Royal Palace (see the map), at the extremity of Karl Johan Street. The King Haakon is a relative of the Denmark Royal Family.
Norway is a democratic country in which the king is still rather powerfull (more than the English Queen. Sorry Elisa).
His wife, Sonja seems to be a determined person who knows what she wants.
The prince is as stubborn than his mother : after several years of resistance, he married a non noble woman, who had already a son. Oh chocking ! Nethertheless, she is very cute.


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 Quality Hotel 33

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Address: Ostre Aker vei 33, Oslo, 0581, Norway