Hotels Near Haico Invest In Oslo

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.73km from downtown
Reasonably good hotel. More in tune with a younger customer. Rooms are basic(UK standard would be a Premier Inn). Breakfast is pretty impressive and the area location is good. Good food n drink hall next door. Staff are very helpful.... excellent. Reminder for non Nordics flying in to main airport.....avoid taxis at all cost. 30km cost us 1500 krona! Generally around £5 per mile!!!!!!
FromUS$157
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.73km from downtown
We stayed just for one night and everything went fantastic. Two ladies in the front desk welcomed us with a huge smile and proceed to do the check-in. We got two double room, one of them was nicer than the other, but it was all clean and you'll find everything you need. They don't have parking, but you can park in a parking lot just next to the hotel (that was quite expensive though... 270NOK per 24h). The location is great. There are universities around so it's kind of a young atmosphere but really quiet. It took us about 30min walking to get to the center of Oslo through nice streets and spots nearby. To be honest I was kind of afraid about the breakfast (I'm vegetarian) but I got shocked when I saw what they have: plenty of raw nuts, all kind of milk, cereals, muesli, fruits, bread and wasa,.... It was a shame to stay just for a night.... next time we come back to Oslo, we will definitely choose them again!
FromUS$86
4.3/5Excellent20 Reviews
1.11km from downtown
The price of the beds is cheap. In order to ensure a clean bed, I think the bed linen is reasonable. The clean linen is paid. The room has a window and an oven. You can cook for three more nights. Outside Oslo 7 Aberdeen shop for more than 100 pieces of breakfast, friends who lived a long time suggested that they go to the underground supermarket to buy some bread and milk for breakfast
FromUS$67
4.3/5Excellent60 Reviews
1.17km from downtown
The breakfast was very generous and the price was very high. This type of hotel can live in Norway at this price is really excellent. There are raw salmon slices for breakfast, five kinds of milk according to full fat and %, and five or six kinds of juice, and coffee is also very full. There are hot dishes, bacon, vegetables and fruits, and four types of yogurt, sausages and potatoes. I don't understand why someone said that breakfast is not good? If you are not used to eating European breakfast, you will go back to eat bun noodles. After all, you are in Europe. There are large and small supermarkets within a 5-minute walk from the hotel, and Asian supermarkets in 8 minutes. Yachao can buy some Chinese-flavored Thai-flavored Japanese and Korean flavors. Norwegian prices are very high, but the water in the hotel tap can be drunk directly, with cold water. Figure 1 is the view of the room. Figure 2 is a view that can be reached in a minute's walk. The front desk service is very good and very professional. Breakfast is Monday to Friday 6-10 am and weekend 7-11.
FromUS$76
4.5/5Excellent14 Reviews
1.5km from downtown
The breakfast is very good, there are a lot of choices. Haha. The location is a bit far from the train station, but leaving the palace, the National Theatre, the University of Oslo are relatively close, the rest are very good.
FromUS$125
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
1.5km from downtown
The hotel is extremely funny. We arrived at the hotel around 11.50 in the evening. Because of the car, we went to the hotel and asked where the parking lot was. The hotel description clearly stated that there was a parking lot. He said that let us park the road and give the money directly. We went. The total price of 295, one night, may be due to immediately 12 o'clock, paying two credit cards failed, go to the front desk, and then. . . He took us to the hotel's parking lot, 250 at night, and there was a sign at the front desk, clearly describing the hotel parking lot, 250 nights, which made me very upset, obviously the hotel parking lot did not let us stop, let us Spend more money on the roadside? ? ? What is this operation?
FromUS$105
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.51km from downtown
In My work I meet many hotels. Upon coming to Oslo S I had a splended vegan meal at Leon at the trainstation. Walked 4 minutes through the City life and entered the classy Thon Hotel Spectrum. The atmosphere and politeness of the receptionist made me feel welcome, at home and calm. The room was Nice. After relaxing I had a meal at Falafel King 200 meters from the Hotel. Perfect. The breakfast was the best The biggest suprise. After eating in severel of Thon Hotels in Norway and other Hotels the latest year, this was by far the best!!!! Highly recomend Thon Hotel Spectrum if you like to feel welcomed, at home and cared for in a buissy life.
FromUS$101
4.7/5Outstanding6 Reviews
1.52km from downtown
Arrived early in the morning and negotiated an extra payment to check in early. Close to the shops and about 10min walk to central station - where we bought our hop on hop off tickets. The room was sufficient for our needs, has wifi, a small kitchenette with a bar fridge, stove and microwave, a few minutes walk to local groceries, pharmacy and restaurants. The hotel has a laundry facilities where you can use freely. Staff were friendly and willing to assist. My overall stay was excellent.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
1.59km from downtown
Better than expected, the room is relatively large in this Norwegian line, and it also contains two meals, which is quite cost-effective. The equipment is also new and satisfactory. It is a quarter of an hour's walk from the shopping street and the seafood fish market. Parking in Oslo is a big problem. You can ask the front desk for a coupon and go to the designated parking lot for 200 kr.
FromUS$150
4.9/5Perfect13 Reviews
1.61km from downtown
Norwegian self-driving, stayed in Oslo twice, and chose this hotel, because of the dinner, which can save a lot of money in Northern Europe, although the dinner is very simple, bread, rice, vegetarian food, meat, salad, fruit, The soy stewed beef is very tasty. Breakfast is also good, especially freshly squeezed raspberry blueberry juice can drink four or five bottles. The hotel is located in the heart of the old town, walking distance to the town hall, church, palace, castle, and new opera house. There is a paid underground parking space in the opposite city square. The shutter door is always closed. The car is opened in front of the door. The parking card can be brushed to the hotel front desk for a discount of 20% [%]. The superior room is on the top floor of the hotel, the roof is slanted, the room is large, there is a reception area, and there is a refrigerator.
FromUS$108
3.8/510 Reviews
1.64km from downtown
I stayed here for about a week in December for a work trip. The property has a convenient location for mass transit, food and shopping. The room was a little dated, but the bed was comfortable and I was pleasantly surprised by the heated floor in the bathroom. The bedroom floor is hardwood so everything has a tendency to slide around. I had a quiet (interior facing room) on the top floor of the property. While my room was right against the elevator I never heard it running. I was a little surprised that there was no iron in the room, but that there was an ironing room on the 5th floor. It was not a big deal and probably helped keep my room from feeling cluttered. The room had a large TV and a desk for working at -the lighting at the desk was not as bright as I would've liked. Breakfast in the morning was a great spread. The hotel is also very close to two 7-11's and when returning late at night it was convenient for a bottle of water.
FromUS$109
4.9/5Perfect14 Reviews
1.65km from downtown
The staff is friendly and the environment is clean and comfortable. The buffet breakfast was very generous and the dining environment in the lobby was great. The hotel is located near the National Theatre, not far from the Royal Palace and Akershus Castle.
FromUS$66

Hotels Near Haico Invest In Oslo Review

4.8/518 Reviews
The location of the hotel is quite partial and it feels like a wilderness. When the North was not found, the locals in Oslo were very enthusiastic to give the road a shortcut, and they saw the hotel through the villa area of a forest park. If it weren't for the hotel in Oslo, Europe's most expensive city, the hotel would be so far away from the hotel! What are the reasons for us to feel free to do in the city? ! Fortunately, the hotel traffic is still convenient, there is a bus stop to go to the city about 50 meters away, but you must buy tickets in advance at the subway station or train station, otherwise you can not buy tickets on the train. The scenery around the hotel is not bad, very close to the sea, the room facilities are also good four-star standard.
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FromUS$77
4/510 Reviews
Reasonably good hotel. More in tune with a younger customer. Rooms are basic(UK standard would be a Premier Inn). Breakfast is pretty impressive and the area location is good. Good food n drink hall next door. Staff are very helpful.... excellent. Reminder for non Nordics flying in to main airport.....avoid taxis at all cost. 30km cost us 1500 krona! Generally around £5 per mile!!!!!!
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FromUS$157
4.9/514 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The staff is friendly and the environment is clean and comfortable. The buffet breakfast was very generous and the dining environment in the lobby was great. The hotel is located near the National Theatre, not far from the Royal Palace and Akershus Castle.
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FromUS$66
4/510 Reviews
Very good.
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FromUS$111
3.9/516 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Pros: Good location, directly opposite the Central Railway Station. Within 10 minutes on foot. To catch the train in the morning, you can ask the hotel to pack a simple breakfast in advance. Disadvantages: There is a bad experience from the beginning of the booking, reminding everyone to pay attention to the deduction of the room rate, there may be more deductions, I was deducted hundreds of Norwegian kroner, suddenly the impression of the hotel is not good Later, I returned the money from Ctrip through Ctrip, but I lost a lot of dollars due to the exchange rate difference. This is the most expensive hotel in my trip, but the worst experience. The hotel itself is relatively old, there are many hotels near the train station, it is recommended that you can look at it and compare it.
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FromUS$122
4.5/514 Reviews
Hotel location has subway station, airport bus station, city transportation or to the airport is very convenient, booked family room with kitchen, you can cook by yourself, there is a gas station next to it, there are many supermarkets, and it is also very close to Munch Museum near.
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FromUS$162
4.1/510 Reviews
Perfectly located for all our activities and near to great restaurants and bars. The staff has been warm and helpful. I like the styling in the room each time. The restaurant breakfast was amazing (again!) and I like the extended hours, nice and quiet in the early morning.
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FromUS$109
3.9/510 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Breakfast is rich, located on the pedestrian street, only 15 minutes walk to the Royal Palace, City Hall and other places. There is no room type for extra beds, the hotel has a cooperative parking lot, 200 NOK per day.
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FromUS$121
4.1/510 Reviews
The Apartment was absolutely lovely. We had as a family communication of a change of accommodation 24 hours before our visit but this was not a problem at all. Checking in was simple and the service was excellent. We arrived at Odins Gate 10 and were thrilled with our accommodation. It was perfect for a family of four (two adults, two children) A lounge area, kitchen, two comfortable bedrooms and a good size shower room. This was ideal for our visit as we were busy being tourists during the day and relaxed in the evening. The accommodation was spacious for us all and extremely comfortable. the locality was excellent. A beautiful area of Frogner, Oslo with accessibility to the excellent transport system (bus and tram) within 100 metres of the building. Furthermore, a twenty minute walk into the centre of Oslo for the more energetic. A beautiful safe area to stroll around with a family. The service from Frogner House Apartments was excellent. Very welcoming, professional and courteous throughout our stay. Looking forward to staying again on our next trip to Oslo.
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FromUS$207
4.8/512 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The room won't be big enough to just carry luggage and walk. But it is very clean and tidy. The biggest selling point is actually the buffet breakfast! There are so many varieties, although I don't like to eat, but I can't deny that in the high price of Norway, this is definitely a hotel with high cost performance. In addition, if you go to the train station, take a taxi for 3 minutes, about 169 yuan, and take a taxi carefully. Walk 1.6 kilometers, about 20 minutes. 2 subway stations.
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FromUS$109
4.5/55 Reviews
Oslo City Center
I stayed at the Clarion Hotel Oslo for 6 nights. What can I say? Wow. This was probably the most comfortable stay I have ever had. The room was impeccably clean. The staff were wonderfully polite, and spoke perfect English - which helped a lot. Breakfast was included, and was also multifarious & tasty. The interior design was modern and tasteful, the art was fantastic on the second floor, and the rooms were quiet and felt incredibly homely. 100% recommend, and will stay here again the next time I am in Oslo. BUT: the mini-bar is incredibly expensive. For example, £37 for 400ml of Chablis is TOO MUCH in my opinion! I could buy 4 bottles at home in Waitrose for that cost! Also, my USB charging ports did not work, but that wasn’t an issue as I had wall plugs.
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FromUS$170
3.8/515 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Hotel location is good. Went at Christmas, next to the Christmas market and the city's commercial streets. Most of the popular attractions are within walking distance. Five minutes walk to the pier to take a cruise, the pier view is also very good. In other aspects of the hotel, the service is very good, the rooms are relatively large, the bathroom floor has underfloor heating, and the breakfast is plentiful.
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FromUS$124
4.5/514 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The breakfast is very good, there are a lot of choices. Haha. The location is a bit far from the train station, but leaving the palace, the National Theatre, the University of Oslo are relatively close, the rest are very good.
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FromUS$125
4.3/510 Reviews
Oslo City Center
We stayed here for 2 nights in February with my wife and 2 young children. Room space was great with a separate bedroom to the living area with a sofa bed (which is where my wife and I slept so to make the most of some hours to ourselves). Up on the 12th floor we had a great view of Oslo, however the room did get very warm, so we ended up turning the radiator down to zero which was just about ok. Rooms were clean and the team in reception were incredibly friendly, helpful and efficient. Great choice of food at breakfast, self made waffles were a nice touch also. Location of the hotel is very easy from the station and in fact as Oslo is not the hugest place in the world everywhere is walkable. I would be happy to stay at this hotel again in the future.
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FromUS$116
4.8/519 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Hotel location is very good, next to the train station, the service is also very in place, I will set a person's bed is 20m2 big bed room, the result is told that it is a single bed room (the cheapest file only 15m2). Due to the midnight in China, the hotel also helped me upgrade in the spirit of people-oriented. This kind of thing is not the first time on the website. My friend used to have a similar thing overseas. It took a long time to get it done and delayed the trip. If the guest staying in English is not English, it is awful. I don’t know if the agent of the website is doing rough things or using this technique.
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FromUS$178
3.9/510 Reviews
This hotel offered one of the weirdest experiences I have had with regard to holidays. I have never stayed anywhere like it and the experience was fantastic. This is a place that I will be rebooking for next year. Yes, it is sporty and the internal décor of the halls and public room make you feel that you are staying in a gymnasium or fitness club -but that should not be any surprise as even the name tells you this. The rooms are as they appear in the pictures: clean, tidy and although bit 'regimental' they are also comfortable, quiet and relaxing. The shower is superb and the rooms kept at a reasonable temperature. I would not change a thing - they have got it exactly right. Breakfast is served between 7 and 9 in a canteen style room. The buffet has a limited choice but a lot of what is on offer is vegetable and fruit based - ideal for vegans like myself. Coffee is excellent and free all day at any time. Almost everyone entering the canteen was younger and thinner than me by a long way but the atmosphere was positive and civil. The hallway down to the bedrooms is 'littered' with bicycles and sports shoes in the evenings but these only serve to enhance the 'sporty' ambience. You also have access to a gymnasium if you wish to make use of it. The place is set near a loch with wonderful walks around it and from there paths lead further into the hills and to other lochs. The loch itself has many runners, joggers, walkers and swimmers of all ages, shapes and sizes - some even wider than myself. The countryside around is stunning and the air fresh and water clear. The T-ban station is almost at the door of the hotel and takes only about 25 minutes to get you to town but I would recommend that you also take the walk into town (only about 1hr 20mins) as you get a good chance to see the local suburbs and the different ways people live in Norway. It is also good exercise!”
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FromUS$84
4.4/514 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Norway is the country with the highest GDP per capita in the world, but this trip to Northern Europe is the most boring country in the city center. The location of the hotel is very good, right in the center of the old city, but the facilities are very simple. Not as good as a county hotel in China. The breakfast did not even have hot meals, and there was no water heater in the room. A plastic bag is hung on the door every morning, containing 2 ice-cold sandwiches and 2 bottles of orange juice. If you don't bring your own water heater, breakfast for guests with stomach problems will become the source of the disease. The TV in the room only has 2 Norwegian channels and there is no international news in English. I hardly believe that this is a hotel in the center of the capital where the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded. Oslo has many advertisements welcoming Chinese people to use UnionPay cards, and maps in Chinese. However, the arrangement of hotel facilities to cater to the habits of Chinese tourists is the worst in the Nordic countries, far inferior to Finland and Sweden. It makes people doubt the Viking countries, where are their competitive advantages today?
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FromUS$69
4.7/525 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The hotel windows are very non-soundproof, as if lying on the street at night listening to others. The voices of cars and people were clearly heard. The room, especially the toilet, was too small. I felt that my face was buried in the sink while sitting on the toilet ... It couldn't stretch at all. It is also difficult to leave two suitcases in the room. The hotel lobby has oranges and tea, and the breakfast is very rich and very satisfying. This is better, after all, eating in Northern Europe is a problem.
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FromUS$95
4.4/518 Reviews
Oslo City Center
From the airport, take the train to the Central Railway Station and walk for more than ten minutes. All the way to the street, the location is very good. The facilities are not bad. Breakfast has instant noodles, it is a surprise. The front desk actually missed the wrong money. Very affecting the impression. Others are good.
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FromUS$117
4.9/517 Reviews
The room is very clean and has hot water boiler. Hot shower is very good. There is a self check-in machine at the reception. My room at the street side and found noisy from the Train, but I like to listen music during the sleep, there is not a problem to me.
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FromUS$167
4.3/520 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The price of the beds is cheap. In order to ensure a clean bed, I think the bed linen is reasonable. The clean linen is paid. The room has a window and an oven. You can cook for three more nights. Outside Oslo 7 Aberdeen shop for more than 100 pieces of breakfast, friends who lived a long time suggested that they go to the underground supermarket to buy some bread and milk for breakfast
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FromUS$67
4.1/510 Reviews
Oslo City Center
This is an excellent property if you need a great central location whether for business or pleasure. It is economy level, but the kitchen is nicely furnished and the bed very comfortable. The biggest problem right now is the very heavy construction right in front of the entrance which prevents cars from pulling up. You should plan on bringing your own shower/hair toiletries as there is only one hotel-size bottle of shampoo and shower gel, and no routine resupply. The airport taxi service and grocery add-on services are recommended, and the billing handled effortlessly. Also, the on-line chat via their website is very good. We booked through VRBO and couldn't get a response through that channel. In general, an excellent location, but just don't expect the usual VRBO type stocked apartment.
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FromUS$149
3.8/510 Reviews
Oslo City Center
I stayed here for about a week in December for a work trip. The property has a convenient location for mass transit, food and shopping. The room was a little dated, but the bed was comfortable and I was pleasantly surprised by the heated floor in the bathroom. The bedroom floor is hardwood so everything has a tendency to slide around. I had a quiet (interior facing room) on the top floor of the property. While my room was right against the elevator I never heard it running. I was a little surprised that there was no iron in the room, but that there was an ironing room on the 5th floor. It was not a big deal and probably helped keep my room from feeling cluttered. The room had a large TV and a desk for working at -the lighting at the desk was not as bright as I would've liked. Breakfast in the morning was a great spread. The hotel is also very close to two 7-11's and when returning late at night it was convenient for a bottle of water.
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FromUS$109
4.7/515 Reviews
Oslo City Center
The second booking was made directly to the hotel. 1440 Norwegian Krone. But was paid twice. The first time I said that the card was not successful, and then I was brushed again when I checked out. There are already two credit card records on the credit card, and I can only go back and ask the issuing bank. It is advisable to pay directly online to avoid this. Most overseas hotels are cooperating with Ctrip and booking, and may not be able to control it.
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FromUS$102
4.4/512 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Very satisfied, good location, close to the palace, and the way to get the keys is very cool, but I personally called the front desk and asked them to send me an e-mail. It would be better if it was sent to me in advance. The room structure was great, clean and tidy, highly recommended.
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FromUS$262
4.3/578 Reviews
Oslo City Center
It is very close to the Oslo train station and walks for five or six minutes. The room was really small, the bed was smashing the window and the window was a little leaky. Breakfast is a sandwich, a yogurt, a box of juice and a fruit. This thing has to sell a lot of money in Norway. It’s just cold, maybe the old man is not used to eating. The price is OK, it can be self-service at check-in, and some people are on duty. We can store our luggage, we are going to Bergen for two days and we have our luggage at the hotel. very convenient. The pursuit of cost-effective can try, the equivalent of domestic fast hotel, a bottle of water that sells 20 dollars in Norway, it can be.
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FromUS$95
5/511 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Clean room, rich breakfast, free dinner, simple meal
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FromUS$152
4/510 Reviews
You may come to experience, as we did, the breakfast- and evening meal- buffet out of food, sticky buffet floors, juice machines out of juice, spilled food and drinks onto the buffet (and more) without the staff tending to it. A snack on the floor of your hotel room may compensate for the lack of a hot evening meal as promised in the hotel advertising, but then again maybe not. However, if you enjoy a tomato-sauce based fish stew, there will be ample for you, as few others do. No vegetarian/vegan hot meal options for neither morning nor evening. How about a shower that also showers the whole bathroom? After which you can dry off with a brown-stained towel.. No towel provided for the wet and slippery floor, though. And of course; no complementary toiletries in this hotel. Note that upper-level staff do not wear the assigned face mask in the buffet-area nor otherwise. Guests have to provide their own masks or buy it at the reception although there's no information preparing guests for this. If you hang the 'Do not disturb' sign on your door chances are the hotel-room telephone will ring off the hook the whole day as the receptionist will want to know what you mean by that. If you cannot answer the phone because you're in an online meeting and thus must not be disturbed, it will be to no avail to turn the sign to 'please, clean my room' the next day as you were too busy to answer the phone the previous day about the 'do not disturb' sign pertaining to that day when the sign was out. If course, if you decide to say anything non-complimentary about any of this the hotel manager willingly regrets your perception of it all. Enjoy your stay somewhere else.
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FromUS$105
4.2/510 Reviews
Oslo City Center
In My work I meet many hotels. Upon coming to Oslo S I had a splended vegan meal at Leon at the trainstation. Walked 4 minutes through the City life and entered the classy Thon Hotel Spectrum. The atmosphere and politeness of the receptionist made me feel welcome, at home and calm. The room was Nice. After relaxing I had a meal at Falafel King 200 meters from the Hotel. Perfect. The breakfast was the best The biggest suprise. After eating in severel of Thon Hotels in Norway and other Hotels the latest year, this was by far the best!!!! Highly recomend Thon Hotel Spectrum if you like to feel welcomed, at home and cared for in a buissy life.
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FromUS$101
5/511 Reviews
Oslo City Center
Excellent location, large and comfortable room, recommended
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FromUS$324