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The Best Hotels in Oslo, Norway

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to stay in Oslo, both international luxury and boutique choices.
Our Team to Oslo are young professional travelers.

Oslo, the gateway to Scandinavia, the capital and largest city in Norway, a small modern city, population 0,6 mill, a compact city centre along the main street Karl Johan gate and the world capital of ski sports.

Oslo has a special combination of city life and easy access to the great outdoors.

The downtown waterfront area is reborn as a neighbourhood blending museums, restaurants, the new Opera House and chic urban living.

Other top attractions includes the Munch Museum, Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, Holmenkollen Ski Jump, the Viking Ship Museum and the latest attraction, the Ekebergparken Sculpture Park, which offer 63 acres of installations by international artists and a panoramic view of the city.

Currency is Norvegian Kroner (NOK).

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Hotels:
Grand Hotel The Grand Hotel is Oslo's best-known and prestigious hotel.

Located on the main street, a mix of tradition and new styles - offering the luxury, quality and comfort you have the right to expect from a modern first-class international hotel, the host to world leaders, Nobel Peace Prize laureates and heads of state.

This is true Nordic luxury delivered by a well-trained and enthusiastic international team. The rooms and suites are a blend of historic design, the sky bar has magnificent views, very nice Artesia Spa and a well equipped fitness room.

Own Ladies Floor!

Impeccable service, personal service is delivered with gracious ease.

Karl Johans gate 31
Radisson Blu Plaza This 37-story hotel stands in the vibrant downtown commercial district within walking distance of top attractions like the Royal Palace, National Gallery and Oslo Spektrum Arena.

37 floors with non-smoking rooms and suites with breath-taking views of the city and the Fjord with upscale amenities, a well-equipped health and fitness centre with a pool and sauna on the 34th and 35th floors, stunning city views from the restaurant and Sky Bar housed on the 34th floor.

Located just beside the hotel, Oslo Central Station offers convenient train, bus, tram and metro service.

In addition this hotel offers Oslo guests valet parking and car maintenance services.

Corporate travelers can take advantage of a business center and 30 modern conference and function rooms, including the expensive and elegant Sonja Henie Ballroom.

Very service-minded staff ensures that travelers are well satisfied.

Sonja Henies Plass 3
Bristol Hotel Bristol is located in the heart of Oslo city centre. It is only a short walk from the hotel to shopping opportunities, Oslo's main street Karl Johans gate, the Royal Palace, museums and the waterfront area Aker Brygge and most of Oslo's other attractions.

Spacious comfortable rooms and suites with a little extra. All non-smoking rooms. First class beds and beddings, and a richer selection of toiletries by L'Occitane.

The Winter Garden and Library Bar is the "central nerve" of Hotel Bristol, where you will find a lively atmosphere all day, where writers, musicians and actors still come to find inspiration. Every day there is live piano music, while good food and delicious beverages are served.

Bristol Spa offers quality spa treatments, where you get professional service in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere and a well-equipped fitness room which is free to use.

The new meeting centre offers 8 lightly decorated and stylish meeting rooms with capacity for 8 to 80 persons and a banqueting department with classic ballrooms and salons.

Very professional and helpful staff.

Kristian IVs Gate 7

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