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Featuring a unique location in Oslo, this charming property provides easy access to some of the most important tourist attractions in the area, such as the Opera, located just 50 metres away and Akershus Fortress, only a 5-minute walk away. It provides a choice of different room types to meet all visitors' needs. Ranging from the Standard single rooms to the luxurious Suite Double, they all boast a contemporary style and offer magnificent views over Jernbanetorget Square, the Opera and the Oslo Fjord. The hotel interiors have been decorated by Ariel McMillion, a well-known designer. Compliment...More details
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Big room, good breakfast. Otherwise a disappointment
Reviewed 17 october, 2021
Checked in for one night with family. Room was huge, and a nice (but basic) breakfast. Very good location, near the Opera and Munch Museum. Cons: -Slow check in service -No extra pillows in room or at the front desk -Stuffy air in room, not possible to open window or regulate temperature -Uncomfortable beds
OK - nothing more nothing less. Average.
Reviewed 26 september, 2021
The location Of the hotel is great when it comes to exploring the city Of Oslo and arriving by Train from the airport. Close to all Oslo has to offer - and all within walkingdistance. The hotel itself I’d say os OK and what you expect from a hotel. Nothing more nothing less. We made an upgrade Of our room but got a little bit disappointed when the room was way off in some ‘Harry potter’ floor. The room itself was big but no wardrobe and no Windows to open to Get som fresh air in. Not the upgrade I’d hoped for. The breakfast area is quite small and got very crowded fast - so you always felt you were going in the wrong direction.
Hotel in the heart of Oslo
Reviewed 21 december, 2020
Great location, but you may need help to find the entrance as it is inside the old train station, through a retaurant. Modern rooms with high ceilings and original art. Large reception-area and lifts to the upper floors. Quite long corridors. Some rooms have a fantastic view of the bay. It's advisable to have a larger room for longer stays. Enjoy Oslo!
Small autumn holiday in the citycenter
Reviewed 29 october, 2020
This year's autumn holiday gave me the opportunity for a couple of days in the capital. Check-in and moody chat on arrival, got upgraded room with bathtub up in the left wing of Østbanehallen. Fantastic cool room with an industrial feel. Good breakfast and nice walks in the rain, and coffee with friends
Jan Olav M
Centrally placed hotel for travel and exploring Oslo
Reviewed 28 august, 2020
Surprising decor for a refit of this lovely old building in central Oslo of ‘urban ghetto’ style. You will either embrace it or it won’t work for you, either way you will remember your stay! Our room 338 had good views over the square and was soundproof. Interesting furnishing though lack of storage space, just 6 coat hangers and no cupboard space meant we were unable to unpack, but it might reflect the typical duration of the average guest. Self-service breakfast, could be improved. Music choices for main lobby and breakfast room were interesting.