The location was close perfect! Close access to public transportation, but was also set back just far enough that it was quiet.
Good business hotel. Nice breakfast
I stayed here in a Park View room on the sixth floor during a recent exhibition at the Telenor Arena. The room was very comfortable and well appointed with a Nespresso coffee machine and large TV.
Excellent location, one can finds places to see, walk and eat. The staff are helpful and friendly.
Very central. Generally v good. Have been a couple of times. Main problem this time was the bathroom. Couldn't sit on the loo without hitting the sink!!! Had to sit sideways. Badly designed and tiny shower room.
Good location to restaurants and the heart of Oslo. Beds are not big, but comfortably slept 4 people
Great location. The staff were friendly and helpful. Because of early flight, we had a problem to get the rental car out of the private garage next door. The hotel staff called the garage manager and got the access code right away.
Close to the station and many attractions. Easy access and a room for left luggage
Explore more of the region by stopping at Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities.
This destination is just one of the hidden treasures that Oslo, the country's capital, has to offer its visitors.
There are 2 hotel options to pick from if you'd like to be in the immediate vicinity. Consider the Scandic Sjølyst and Oscar House Apartments - Bygdøy Allé 60. They're both within 2 miles of Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities.
Travelers trying to be frugal with their pennies can select from a number of economical accommodations that are not too far away. You can't go past the Perminalen Hotel or the Anker Hostel for a comfortable bed at a decent price.
If you like to enjoy life's finer things, you'll be glad to find out that there are a number of upmarket hotels in the vicinity. The Hotel Continental is waiting to welcome you with open arms and the comfiest bed you've slept on in a long while. The Grand Hotel Oslo is another tempting place to stay.
Just 0.1 miles from Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities, sightseers can see Café Villa Grande (Huk Aveny 56, Oslo). Sit down for a delicious meal and organize your next adventure.