My first room had a noisy night club behind it. They moved me but the room wasn't as nice. Both rooms were really old feeling. Not what I expected for a 5 star. Also it didn't have a tub. The staff was very helpful. The main areas of the hotel looked great. They were very fancy. The food in the restaurant was excellent. They were even able to adjust for my food allergies. It is walking distance from the palace and the subway is very close. The road in front was for pedestrians but taxis could drive there. I would stay again.
Traveller from A
Located in Central Oslo, this luxury hotel is steps from Oslo Nye Teater, Karl Johan Street, and Parliament. National Gallery …More
Had a brilliant stay, the breakfast is amazing! The one issue is that the street-facing rooms are incredibly noisy at night; there are some bars very close by. I would recommend asking for a room away from the street definitely.
Traveller from london
Best Western Hotell Bondeheimen is located in downtown Oslo, 100 meters from the main street, Karl Johans gate, and a short …More
This hotel has a pleasant old-world atmosphere. It's centrally located, with everything in walking distance. The pick-up point for the airport bus is just opposite the hotel, so we didn't have far to walk with our suitcases. Oslo is an incredibly expensive town. The prices shocked us at first, but later we came to expect them!
Traveller from London
Located in Central Oslo, this spa hotel is steps from Norwegian Theatre and National Gallery. Karl Johan Street and …More
We booked a family room, which had a comfortable double bed and a fairly nice single bed out in the kitcheb/living room area. The bathroom was clean and spacious, as was the rest of the apartment. There was a microwave, kitchen sink and fridge, but no glasses or plates. The WiFi was very reliable for our whole visit.
Located in Central Oslo, this hotel is steps from Museum of Cultural History and National Gallery. Royal Palace and Karl …More
The hotel is well organised and managed. Lifts are quick, bedrooms are comfortable and it is conveniently close to the railway station. Breakfasts have good choice and the breakfast rooms are large avoiding any long waits.
Traveller from London
Housed in a modern complex and the tallest hotel building in Northern Europe, this luxury property is located in Oslo's city …More
Good hotel and close to main station. I choose this hotel because it was close to the station and to the city centre. Check-in was very easy with their automated kiosks. I didn't see the staff much but I didn't need any assistance but only when I needed to borrow a hair dryer.
My room looked tidy and bathroom was nice and modern. However when I slept in the bed and under the covers, I kept waking up in middle of the night because I was itchy. I looked throughout the bed and didn't see any bugs and I didn't see any bite marks on me. I figured that it could very well be the laundry detergent that the hotel uses when washing the sheets. The next night, I slept on top of the blanket covers without any itchyness. Overall, it's a pleasant hotel
Traveller from Winnipeg, Canada
Located in Central Oslo, this hotel is steps from Cinemateket and Oslo Cathedral. Karl Johan Street and Oslo Opera House are …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.