EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Oslo
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The centrally located Thon Hotel Spectrum is just a few minutes' walk from Oslo’s central train station and Karl Johans Gate. Eco-cheapos take note: Thon Hotel Spectrum was recently certified as an “environmentally friendly” place.
Located within a few minutes' walk from Oslo’s central train station and the Karl Johan Gate street, the two-star Oslo Budget Hotel offers 53 reasonably priced rooms.
The four-star Holmenkollen Park Hotel Rica offers rooms out of an historic (c. 1894) building in central Oslo. Many rooms boast views of Oslo’s fjord making this place a splurge-worthy pick.
Located within ten-minutes of Karl Johan Gate and just a few blocks from Oslo’s central train station, the Anker Hostel offers four, six and eight bedded rooms as well as private twin rooms.
The two-star Gruner Apartment Hotel features ten fully furnished, well stocked apartments situated in central Oslo. The hotel is close to a tram stop and within walking distance of many main sights.
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The capital of Norway has a little bit of everything: historic architecture, hip nightlife, world-class museums and a slew of natural sights and outdoor activities. All this comes at a price, though, especially in an expensive nation like Norway. That’s where we come in—use EuroCheapo to find the best affordable hotels and hostels by the fjord!
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