Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Radhusgaten 7b, Oslo, 0151, Norway
Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
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Cheaper eatings places and supermarkets!

by chaarvee


Could you please suggest some good supermarkets and restaurants in the followings areas-
1. Rådhusgaten 7b, 0151, Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
2. Akershus Castle
3. Holmenkollen
4. Aker Brygge
5. Bogstadveien

Thank you in advance! =)

Re: Cheaper eatings places and supermarkets!

by hexelein

Supermarkets: There is one grocery shop, Rema 1000 (or possibly Rimi, I always confuse the two) in the central station, down by track 1. There's another grocery shop, Kiwi, inside Byporten shopping centre, which is in the same building as the central station. For yet another one, go down to the underground station, cross over into Oslo City (another shopping centre), and there's one in the basement. Can't remember which chain this is, but it's pricey and has a better selection than Rema/Rimi/Kiwi.

There is at least one supermarket on Aker Brygge (again, not entirely sure which one, but it could be Rema). There are also some smaller corner shops in the area around your hotel.

There should be some supermarkets in Bogstadveien as well, but it's been ages since I've been.

Quick guide to Norwegian supermarkets. Rimi, Joker and Kiwi are rather cheap, Rema 1000 too, but normally a Rema will have a better selection. If you shop at Kiwi, you can save some money by buying bad fruit/veg and sell back to the shop for twice the amount you paid (I have a tip about this with details). Spar, Meny, ICA, Ultra are all more expensive and carry a wide range of posh things. Bunnpris is just expensive without being any better than the low price chains.


There is a very good Indian not too far from your hotel. It's called Mr India and is situated right opposite the stock exchange (Børsen). Just walk towards that awfully large pink building (known as Havnelageret; the harbour storage) down by the water, which should be clearly visible from the street your hotel is on.

Aker Brygge is an expensive place to consume anything, but there are a couple of nice restaurants there. Lofoten is a posh(ish) fish restaurant, which I've personally never been too, but family and friends love it. Rorbua, which is a pub, is another and cheaper option with nice (northern) food and friendly staff. I can't even remember the names of any other eateries there, but many serve dull and bland food, and get away with it, seeing as there will always be tourists even if the locals stop going there.

It's not exactly in any of the areas you mention, but I still want to mention the little Italian al fresco café behind Oslo Cathedral (Stortorget tram and bus stop). It's a very nice place to relax and have a bite to eat on a warm and sunny day.

Travel Tips for Oslo

24 hours open pharmacy - 'apotek' in norwegian

by ruffen

In Oslo there is one 24 hours open pharmacy ( 'apotek' in norwegian). It is located down town at Jernbanetorget (across from main railway station and shopping centers 'Oslo City' and 'Byporten').
In 2004 shops, kiosks and petrol stations was given permition to sell painkillers (not the strongest ones) and a few other "light" medical stuff, othervise we norwgians have to go to the pharmacy.
If the door is closed when you visit outside normal opening hours, ring the door bell (at least it was one there when I had to visit at 0700 some years ago).

Important to know.......

by Roeffie

Oslo Card

With the Oslo Card you can experience Oslo almost without spending money. The Oslo Card gives free entrance on museums, free public transportation, free parking and lots more. There are benefits on more than 50 different locations, so it is well worth the money.

Family Card - a bargain for families visiting Oslo
The offer a Family Card, which is valid for 2 adults and 2 children for one day. At that time for NOK 395,-. The entire family can enjoy all the exciting benefits included in the Oslo Card, whether it´s museums, amusement parks, water parks, shopping, and lots, lots more.
The Oslo Card is available through most of Oslo´s hotels, camping sites, the tourist information offices at Vestbanen (Brynjulf Bulls Plass and the Oslo Central Station, Trafikanten at Jernbane- torget, as well as all Narvesen news stands and some post offices in Oslo.

The Monolith

by bpacker

Unless you are a bat, it's unlikely that you'll miss this gigantic phallic column rising 14.12 meters out into the sky in Vigeland Sculpture Park. Carved out of a single block of stone, the Monolith consists of 121 entwined naked figures, asses and all. It's quite a sight, I must say. Honestly, though I felt awed by this conspicous monument. I can't help but feel disturbed. What was the artist trying to express, I wondered. Man's struggle for existence? The phrophectic judgement day? I still wonder till today.

Idyllic beauty

by bpwillet

I can't get over how cool this city was. I loved the fact that it is right on the water and there are large hills nearby that are covered in forest. It seems like a great place to live, hang out, and explore. I can't wait to go back.

seeing Oslo from the tram, different tram trips

by Hildeal

From Brugata near oslo city ,take tram nr 12 (Majorstua) and during this pram trip you'll see kongens gate , Christiana Torv, rådhusplassen Aker brygge, Solli, Frogner Vigelandsparken, Majorstua, Homansbyen etc. And you get back to the place you started.

It'a nice tram trip. And if you like what you see, you can always jump out take some photos and take the next tram.

If you want to see the Oslo fjord, there's a nice tram trip with tram nr 19 from Majorstua or Jernbanetorget. the last station is Ljabru. If you're interested in taking pictures you have quite a view from that station called Sjømannskolen. Or you can stop at Sæther and go down to the train back to jernbanetorget.


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