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Oslo Norway Hotels

Oslo Norway Hotel Accommodation - Oslo hotels can be very expensive, however during non-peak season; there are discounts to be had. Prices are also usually lower on weekends. A good way to save some money is to stay at one of the older hotels that don’t have private bathrooms. However, regardless of the hotel cost, most visitors are willing to pay the rates because this city is such a popular vacation destination.

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Try to avoid visiting during a business conference. This can be hard to plan, but when you make Oslo hotel reservations, ask about any known upcoming conferences near the date of your trip. Sometimes moving your trip by just a few days can avoid the convergence date and drop your hotel rate substantially.

When booking Oslo hotel rooms, always be sure to check for website offers or other special rates or packages, and always ask what the best price is. The goal of each hotel is to fill up every room every night, so you may have some bargaining room.

Oslo Norway hotels offer a wide array of luxuries including Cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, and at the five-star hotels you’ll even find wonderful health clubs and spas. There are some very elegant and luxurious hotels for those who plan to splurge – and there are also some great family-friendly hotels for those who plan to just have some family fun.

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Thon Hotel Stefan
Rosenkrantzgate 1
Oslo, Norway
This Hotel is one of the more affordable, and it is comfortable, although it doesn’t offer the amenities of most of the larger hotels in Oslo. It is in an excellent central location, and provides easy access to transportation and most major attractions. Rooms are traditional, well furnished, well maintained, and comfortable.

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Scandic KNA Oslo City Hotel
Parkveien 68
Oslo, Norway
This hotel is a futuristic-looking building built in the 1940’s and renovated in the 1970’s. The hotel offers a cozy bar and restaurant that serves Norwegian food. Rooms are quite simple and small; however they are clean and comfortable enough. It is in a quiet neighborhood and close to the Royal Palace. If you are looking to explore Oslo and don’t care about the hotel experience, this hotel will save you a bit of money.

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Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel
Holbergsgate 30
Oslo, Norway
This Hotel is where the popular Summit 21 bar is housed on the 21st floor. This hotel has a somewhat stark and plain architecture, however the interior is rather appealing and this hotel has staked its claim as one of the best and most popular modern hotels in Oslo. This hotel is the third-largest in Oslo. It offers large rooms in various décor and styles, and provides visitors with an indoor pool and fitness room.

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Hotel Continental
Stortingsgaten 24-26
Oslo, Norway
The Hotel Continental is a deluxe hotel that is beautiful and attractive inside and out. Build in the early 1900’s; this hotel is one of Norway’s grand hotels. It boasts being the only Norwegian member of the Leading Hotels of the World. This Hotel is family-owned, so you will receive a number of personalized touches in each room décor and in the interior design of the lobby and hotel.

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Hotel Bastion
Skippergaten 7
Oslo, Norway
This newer boutique hotel became a member of the Clarion Collection in 2006. It is a cutting-edge hotel who’s owner personally hand-selects the hotel’s furniture and overall décor. Within walking distance of Karl Johans Gate – this very warm and comfortable hotel is one of the most popular and preferred places to stay. The rooms are fairly spacious while remaining an intimate feel.

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Grand Hotel
Karl Johans Gate 31
Oslo, Norway
This is the most famous hotel in Oslo which is most popular for being the premier hotel where the most elite (CEO’s and movie stars) frequent. This very stylish hotel is the top in luxury and convenience. This stone-walled hotel is considered a landmark in Oslo. Room décor is a fantastic 19th century with some modern additions. All rooms have been modernized for the convenience of the guest.

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First Hotel Nobel House
Kongensgaten 5
Oslo, Norway
This desirable hotel provides a kitchenette in every single room and wonderful family suites with a fairytale theme. This is an elegant boutique hotel, and it shows inside and out, especially in the lobby with a seven-story atrium. The rooms are spacious and very well decorated. Bathrooms are absolutely immaculate, tiled and with a tub-shower combination. This hotel offers guests a fitness room, outdoor Jacuzzi on the roof terrace, and a sauna.

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Oslo Interesting Facts

  • Oslo Norway suffered a very dramatic fire in 1624.
  • The city was once named Christiania.
  • In 1300 AD, Oslo Norway had about 3000 inhabitants.
  • The Akershus Fortress in Oslo is over 700 years old.
  • In 2007, Reader’s Digest ranked Oslo as the 2nd greenest city in the world.
  • Oslo has more than 340 lakes within the city bounderies.
  • The Oslo Fjord is over 100 km in lenght.
  • Two Oslo authors were awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.
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