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This hotel is one of the oldest and most exclusive establishments in Oslo. When pop stars visit the city, they wave at their fans from the hotel balcony (or hide behind their bodyguards in the lobby). Built in 1874, the hotel has catered to celebrities for over a century. Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen was a regular visitor to the hotel restaurant, the Grand Café. The hotel has a swimming pool, skylight bar and nightclub.
This lovely hotel has kept the traditional, elegant style that it adopted when it first opened in 1920. It lies in the heart of Oslo within walking distance of the city's main shopping areas, tourist attractions and the central station. All rooms are decorated in a classic style and all room prices include complimentary breakfast and newspaper. The hotel has several restaurants and bars, including Vinterhaven og Bibliotekbaren, Bristol Grill and Hambro's, a legendary restaurant with live piano music. Hotel Bristol is luxury at its finest.
This hotel is located right behind the Royal Palace with its informal gardens and charm. A five-minute walk southward takes you to the city's most attractive seafront area, Aker Brygge, with its restaurants and shops for all tastes and incomes. Most of the city's popular facilities are within walking distance. If you would rather indulge in the beauty of nature, a short tram ride will take you to straight to a nearby forest. If all this activity builds up an appetite, the hotel strongly recommends its own restaurant.
As the closest neighbor to the famous ski jump, this 100 year-old hotel built in the "dragon" style rises above the city. The rooms that face south and east have a wonderful view of the city, the others look out onto the wild and peaceful forest of Nordmarka. Put on your skis right on the doorstep and choose one of the various cross-country tracks of Nordmarka. The hotel has a swimming pool, sauna, sun bed and Jacuzzi.