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A distinctive, bold and timelessly elegant hotel at Tjuvholmen, and the first hotel in Oslo with direct access…
Apartment hotel conveniently located at lower Grünerløkka, within walking distance of all that urban Oslo has…
Modern, urban hotel by the Akerselva river, a stone's throw from the parks, cafés, pubs and clubs…
Design hotel in the centre of Oslo, just around the corner from Karl Johans gate, public transport and many of…
Design hotel with a unique style that combines exotic Norwegian nature, colours and sounds with Eastern…
Prestigious hotel suited for quality-conscious leisure and business travellers. Hotel Continental is ideally…
Charming hotel on the west side of the city centre, just a few minutes walk from Bogstadveien. Built in the…
Deluxe full-service hotel centrally located on Oslo's famous main street Karl Johans gate, surrounded…
Hotel at the top of Holmenkollen with 85 guest rooms, a restaurant and banquet and meeting facilities. Hiking…
Soaring 37 stories into the skyline above Oslo, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Oslo rises to every occasion,…
The venerable Hotel Bristol is located only one block from the main street Karl Johan. The hotel has 251 rooms…
Youth hostel in picturesque surroundings with splendid views of the city and the Oslo Fjord, just 4 km (2.5…
Pension on the corner of Royal Palace Park with a popular combination of central location, solid accommodation…
Practical hotel on a quiet street in the centre of Oslo, just 100 metres from Karl Johans gate, but shielded…
Affordable and centrally located accommodation at lower Grünerløkka, a ten-minute walk from Oslo's lively main…
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Between the Oslofjord and the forests lies Norway’s capital and largest city, with its vibrant social scene and special combination of nature experiences and city life.
From three-star Michelin and Nordic cuisine phenomenon Maaemo to street food on the corner. Oslo offers a vast range of vibrant restaurants, cafés, and bars.
Oslo’s unique location means almost unlimited opportunities for fun. Hike in the forest, swim in the fjord and go to a concert – all on the same day.
From festivals and cultural events to outdoor activities and sport arrangements – find the best things to see and do in Oslo.
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