It was my second stay. The hotel is reliable and I have experienced quiet single person rooms.
I love the location. Brekfast is pretty reasonable in content; normal for Norway.
Sink is rather uncomfortable and there is no space for toiletries.
Closet unreasonably narrow, and limited other places to hang garments. Requires creativity,
Traveller from Bay Area, California, USA
If you dont need a minibar or pay tv channels this is a real scoop. You will still be able to purchase beverages in the …More
We stayed at this hotel from 11th - 13th September 2015, we were checked in quickly and went to our room, it was very spacious and clean and had a great view of the opera house, the decor is slightly strange, with daisies and cigarette butts for the wallpaper which I didn't understand but it didnt detract from the experience. The hotel is in a great location, couldn't be more central for exploring Oslo and is right next to the central train station. All in all we had a great stay here and would definitely recommend.
Traveller from D
Comfort Hotel Grand Central features 170 rooms. Though compact, their tall ceilings make them spacious. The gym is open 24/7: …More
Can't fault the hotel at all, the location was perfect to the transport from the airport and ideally placed to reach all of the tourist attractions that we wanted to visit during our stay.
Excellent and comprehensive free breakfast was laid on.
Great long weekend break.
Friendly and welcoming staff who went out of their way to be helpful. The buffet breakfast was outstanding with so much choice to suit all tastes. The staff at Bocca Italian restaurant in the evening were delightful, very friendly and efficient. A lovely atmosphere and a pleasure to dine there with excellent food. Families with very young children were suitably catered for as well as the older folks.
Traveller from St Asaph, UK
First Hotel Millennium is located in downtown Oslo within easy reach of the citys sights. The elegant, wood appointed …More
The room was somewhat dated, with clear signs of wear and tear, which is a shame when everything else about the hotel is nothing short of excellent. In particular the restaurant "Kaffistova" serves a huge, traditional breakfast and Norwegian traditional plates of high quality for lunch and dinner.
The centre of Scandinavia's oldest capital is home to most of the city's landmarks, museums, and hotels. Architecturally significant buildings include the City Hall, the Royal Palace in Slottsgarten, the parliament building on Stortinget, the Akershus Castle, and the Resistance Museum. Edvard Munch's “Scream” hangs in the National Gallery.