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13 reviews
Offering panoramic views over the Oslo fjord, opulent suites, a relaxed rooftop bar as well as an incredible art collection, it is no surprise that The Thief is one of Oslo’s most popular luxury hotels. — The Telegraph
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Sentrum
12 reviews
With a history dating back to 1900 and a deep connection to the National Theater (which sits just across the street), the Hotel Continental is a venerable figure in Oslo’s arts scene. — Afar Magazine
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Sentrum
12 reviews
Once Norway’s most prestigious hotel, its café the haunt of Ibsen and his chums, the Grand remains Oslo’s most famous hotel, but its 300-odd guest rooms vary enormously. — Rough Guide
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7 reviews
This eye-catching luxury hotel was built in the Norwegian “dragon” style over 100 years ago and is situated high above the centre of Oslo, affording a unique view of the city and fjord. — DK Eyewitness
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8 reviews
In a grand old building in a quiet neighbourhood, this stylish 46-room hotel is that rare thing in Oslo – a hotel that dares to be arty and even a little adventurous. — Lonely Planet
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Sentrum
7 reviews
With 37 floors and breathtaking views of Oslo and the fjord, the Radisson Blu Plaza is Northern Europe’s highest and Norway’s largest hotel. — DK Eyewitness
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7 reviews
The ivy-covered Gabelshus is located in an exclusive residential area with beautiful townhouses, embassies, high-class restaurants and cafés all within walking distance. — DK Eyewitness
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Sentrum
6 reviews
Set in the commercial core of Oslo, 1 block north of Karl Johans Gate, the Bristol is warm, rich with tradition, and comfortable. — Frommer's
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Sentrum
6 reviews
Located in the center of Oslo, the Radisson Blu Scandinavia is one of several Radisson Blu hotels in this capital city. — Afar Magazine
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8 reviews
A stone's throw from the Royal Palace and near Bogstadveien...this no-frills family-run guesthouse has reasonably priced, comfortable, and rather spartan rooms. — Fodor's
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Sentrum
4 reviews
In 2006, this boutique hotel became a member of the Clarion Collection, a chain of small individual hotels with a personal touch. — Frommer's
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Sentrum
4 reviews
As you wander about its stylish public rooms, taking in the stained glass and circular staircase, you'll think you've stumbled into Belle Epoque Paris. — Frommer's
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Sentrum
4 reviews
First, try for the Bastion; if no rooms are available there, the Savoy is a viable alternative, though it draws mixed reviews. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
Floorboards and rough-hewn bedheads give this contemporary chain hotel a warmth and tactility that you might not expect from the exterior architecture. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
The 226-room Scandic Solli is an simple mid-range property with partial sea views, located near the Aker Brygge waterfront promenade and Royal Palace. — Oyster
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4 reviews
Inexpensive accommodation in a large, late nineteenth-century house on the west side of the city centre, just beyond the Slottsparken. — Rough Guide
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Sentrum
4 reviews
Both the public areas and the comfortable bedrooms are attractively decorated in a modern, pan-Scandinavian style, with polished pine everywhere. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
On a leafy street in Ruseløkka, a short walk from the bars and restaurants of Solli Plass and the Aker Brygge, this boutique hotel is a perfect mix of comfort and class. — Concierge
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5 reviews
Hotel Folketeateret shares a connecting atrium with the Oslo folk theater of the same name. The 160 rooms, spread between seven floors, have a moody boudoir appeal. — Concierge
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Sentrum
5 reviews
Located steps from the railway station and near the shops on Karl Johans gate, this hotel, opened in 2001, is a boon to businesspeople and budget travelers alike. — Concierge
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