Great ambiance, very helpful and friendly staff, incredible breakfast, and terrific location. We had a very enjoyable stay! Beds were comfortable and room was nice, but the bathroom was a little outdated. We were so happy to have stayed at The Bristol and will stay there again, the next time we are in Oslo.
Traveller from Colorado
Hotel Bristol is located in the heart of Oslo city centre. It is only a short walk from the hotel to shopping …More
Excellent stay for 3 days. Great room with modern bathroom, comfortable bed and room. Fantastic breakfast buffet each morning. Close to city and attractions. All walkable. Staff friendly and helpful for directions for airport bus.
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
It is right next to all public transport including central station and bus terminal if you're trying to do a tight timeframe type of trip. It has supermarkets and shopping within 2 minutes walk as well. Staff are friendly and helpful. Breakfast is great and the room is clean as well. Our electricity in the room, remote of the TV and the key card to the room had some fault but they fixed them very quickly without us wasting too much time of them. We're a family of four so we have a double bed and a bunk bed provided. The room is small but if you're only doing sightseeing it doesn't matter anyway.
Only a short stay, but an enjoyable one. The hotel is just over 5 minutes walk from the Sentralstasjon train station and similar again to the main centre so very easily accessible.
We were given a room on the 11th floor which had a little balcony with views of the Akershus castle and surrounding city. The room was set out like a small appartment with a living area; with table couch, chairs and small kitchen area; and a separate bedroom which we liked. The bed was extremely comfy compared to others we stayed in on our trip.
Free coffee was available in the lobby 24hrs which we took advantage of a number of times after a few chilly outings.
The breakfast options were impressive where you could choose from traditional cooked options, porridge, cereals, meats and cheeses, fruits, pastries and freshly made waffles. A friend had recently stayed in a hotel in the city claiming to have won the "best breakfast in the city" for the last ten years and were left disappointed by the options on offer, but I was more than satisfied with what was on offer here, especially with the prices of eating out in Oslo so being able to stock up at breakfast was desirable for us.
Traveller from Liverpool
Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama has 118 large and modern rooms including two penthouse suites. The hotel also has apartments for …More
I used this hotel for my weekend trip to Oslo. It's conveniently located in the centre, and if you want to see some of the museums you can just walk everywhere within 20'. Fantastic staff, very helpful and friendly.
The hotel was very practical, everything was self-service and the breakfast was lovely.
Traveller from London
Smarthotel Oslo is under construction and will open in the late spring of 2013 at St. Olavs gate 26. The hotel has a unique …More
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.