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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 hotel is located on the city's main shopping street - Karl Johan. With the Royal Palace, the Norwegian Parliament and the National theater as next-door neighbors, there is no doubt that this hotel's central location attracts both leisure and business travelers. By retaining its original classic style, the hotel has managed to maintain an old-fashioned early 20th-century feel. There is also a pleasant restaurant on the second floor.
This is a first-class hotel that upholds a high international standard. It has tradition and a classic style, and is located right in the very heart of the city, its closest neighbor being the Nationaltheatret. The interior is new, but the atmosphere and service are old-fashioned. The same family has been running the hotel for four generations and is very proud of its membership in The Leading Hotels of the World. Restaurant Theatercaféen has its share of traditions that give the place a special atmosphere.
Featuring a restaurant on site, this design boutique hotel is 500 metres from the Royal Palace. Guests can enjoy amenities such as a sleek lobby bar, free WiFi and modern rooms. Saga Hotel Oslo’s rooms are elegantly decorated with Scandinavian design. Each room includes a writing desk, flat-screen TV with cable channels and a minibar. After a day of sightseeing in central Oslo, guests can relax in Saga’s cosy lounge. The chic restaurant Fangst invites guests to taste modern Nordic ingredients constructed with Asian artisan techniques. Restaurants and trendy boutiques can be found on the fashionable Bogstadveien Street, a 3-minute walk away. Briskeby Tram Stop is 400 metres away and is a 5-minute ride from Oslo Central Station. Vigeland Sculpture Park is a 15-minute walk away.
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.
Situated in central Drøbak, Reenskaug Hotel is right by the Oslo Fjord. It offers free Wi-Fi, free on-site parking and modern, individually decorated rooms with a flat-screen TV and minibar. Drøbak Aquarium is 300 metres away. A Nespresso coffee machine, work desk and parquet floors feature in all guest rooms. Each room has a private bathroom with shower. Refreshing drinks are served at the in-house bar or on the garden terrace. The all-year Tredgaarden Christmas House is a 5-minute walk away. Tusenfryd Amusement Park is a 20-minute drive from the hotel.