As a couple we stayed 2 nights. It was one of the most pleasant hotel stays we have experienced so far. Stylish decor, comfortable beds, clean room, friendly staff, great breakfast included, very close to transport and Opera House 2 mins walk away. Shops too.
Traveller from sydney, australia
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Jernbanetorget, Oslo Opera House, and Oslo Cathedral …More
I stayed in a business room, which is more like a suite, and it was stylish and very comfortable indeed. The hotel staff were the friendliest that I have experienced anywhere. Every time you walk near reception they say hello and greet you with a welcoming smile. Breakfast was excellent. The absence of a bar to relax in was the only negative. The location is good, it is a small city so you are never far from anywhere.
Traveller from UK
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is steps from Oslo Nye Teater and National Gallery. Karl Johan Street and Parliament …More
The Thon Hotel Bristol Oslo is an excellent place to stay. The Scandinavian custom of "hygge", the art of coziness and warmth is very present here, especially in the various corners of the lobby and bar. The staff was excellent and the room was very pleasant and comfortable.
Traveller from Irvine, CA USA
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is steps from Norwegian Theatre and National Gallery. Karl Johan Street and …More
We stayed in Oslo for 3 nights and this hotel worked out perfectly as it was nearby central station and right in the middle of town. The continental breakfast was amazing and the price was perfect. Great hotel!
Traveller from Saint Paul, MN
Located in Oslo City Centre, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Trinity Church and National Gallery. Karl Johan Street …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.