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Guesthouse with 64 fully furnished rooms on a quiet street at Grünerløkka, just 150 metres from the tram to the city centre.

The rooms are equipped with a mini-bathroom with shower and toilet, and a mini-kitchen with cooker, a fridge and simple cooking utensils.

OvernattingOslo.no of the city's most affordable places to stay and is suitable for both businesses and private individuals.

Minimum 3 nights. Online booking only.

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Guesthouse with 64 fully furnished rooms on a quiet street at Grünerløkka, just 150 metres from the tram to the city centre. The rooms are equipped...

OvernattingOslo.no

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