x The average starting price for a place to stay in Oslo is £118 per night.
yunfen It's great place and just two black away from center street,nice and clean. you can easy go round with out takeing public transfer.
P.O.Box 41, Grefsen Haraldsheimveien 4Great 84%
Zzzz... Had to change a room because of aggressive Asian lady. I left early in the morning.. I was told to get a small breakfast package from reception, got instead of the package only few slices of bread.
ian.shine Apartment is good - clean, good size, excellent location near station (even if this isn't the nicest part of Oslo, it is a good base from where to get around a reasonably small city). Main problem was check-in. No-one on reception when I arrived - only a mobile phone number stuck on the door, but my phone would not work. Turns out the keys are left in a safe deposit box for you, but I don't know why the company can't tell you this before arrival.
Tevlingveien 21 AlnaGreat 80%
domenico p in a relatively good location, very close to the tram and bus station although it doesn't take more than 10 mins to reach the heart of oslo on foot. the price, expensive for my standars, was cheap for norwegian standards. asking a few people about where they had stayed in oslo, i realised that this hotel was much better in terms of price. the staff were very helpful and spoke excellent english (like most norwegians) and there was a huge buffet in the morning from where you could choose from a large variety of foods and eat as much as you wanted. the room was medium sized (the decoration was quite basic) with a nice bathroom (very clean) and a very comfortable bed. the view from the 5th floor, where i stayed, was pleasent looking at the main road but also at the canal that is very near the hotel. generally i was pleased with the hotel which, i emphasize, for norwegian standards, was good value for money.
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