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Hotels in Oslo

Hotels in Oslo

Oslo is the crowning jewel sitting atop the north of the Oslofjord, glittering with modern architecture, art galleries and Scandinavian cafes and bars. Norwegian culture oozes into the different types of accommodation too, with cutesy guesthouses left over from the 1960’s contrasting against the steely new sky rises encasing modern hotel chains.

Central Oslo & Oslo S 

Oslo’s main train station makes this a practical place to stay for short visits, especially if you’re here to see the Opera. Afterwards, take a stroll around the centre to see some of Oslo’s nightlife, and make sure you see the city hall too – it was built in the 1950’s. Alternatively, spend your weekend stocking up on stylish labels from around Norway in Oslo’s Shopping Centre near the train station. There are high-end options here in glossy hotels chains, as well as a few hostels threaded into the streets in between the shops. 

Slottsparken & downtown Oslo

This is where you’ll find most of Oslo’s upmarket hotels, matching the regal tones of Palace Park and the parliamentary buildings. It’s brilliant if you’re here to see the architecture, on business or if you just fancy treating yourself to a stay in one of the Scandi suites.

Akershus Fortress & Kvadraturen

This is one of the oldest districts in Oslo, still close to the centre, but balanced on the waters edge. Whilst it might have some of the oldest buildings, you can find some of the newest works of art in the contemporary art galleries. If you wander closer to the ‘Sentrum’, you’ll be able to find fabulous coffee in some of Oslo’s kitsch cafes, as well as a spot of lunch. There are a few hotel branches here, but it’s not as traveller friendly as the other districts. 

Grønland & Grünerløkka

The Akerselva River winds all the way up to Grünerløkka, where you can find plenty of green parks, dotted with the odd hotel and budget hostel. It’s cheaper to stay here, but you’re far away from the centre and you’ll see a different way of life – this is where real Oslo residents live.