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1. Posted by bones (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y

bones has indicated that this thread is about Norway

I have been searching on the internet for apartments in Oslo and the only ones I can really find are onhttp://www.osloapartments.no.
I was wondering if anyone has stayed at any of these apartments and if you could tell me if they are clean and worth the price or not (preferably Rosenborggaten). I plan on staying in an apartment for one month in Oslo with my girlfriend and I just need to know how clean these places are.
Appreciate any help, thanks.:)

2. Posted by Dominatrix (Budding Member 43 posts) 11y

One of my [ehmmm...] "friends" or should I say customers rented one of those for our "disciplinary sessions".

It looked clean alright -- and spacious, but was rather empty, a kind of a huge studio with a few pieces of furniture, including a full wall mirror for some odd reason. Not that it did not come handy for his "naughty maid punishment" session! ;)

3. Posted by smythy (Full Member 237 posts) 11y

check out haraldsheim hostel in Oslo man! they should even have 2 bed rooms rather than the normal 4 per room. I think they have a website- google for it. Would certainly be way cheaper than apartment - Ive stayed in this hostel and its very good!

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 5809 posts) 11y

Hey bones, we stayed at one of their apartments last year. We stayed in one of the one bedroom ones at Munkedamsveien 59. Very pleased actually and the service was friendly and efficient as well. Cleanliness was not a problem (unlikely anywhere in Norway frankly). Their policy is for you to clean up after yourself and if you don't, they'll charge you with an extra cleaning cost. The prices are comparable to cheapish hotel rooms, but the extra space and ability to cook your own food make it far better value in my opinion. If I was there for a month, I'd go through them again.

Let me know if you have any more questions. My brother lives in Oslo also, so if you need help with locations, I'm sure he could give some advice.

Cheers, Peter