History meets modernity at this landmark—it's a sophisticated stay with stylish guest rooms and posh common areas. Gracious service prevails throughout but is especially notable in the restaurants: Theatercafeen, an Oslo tradition, and Annen Etage, another great choice for dinner. The hotel is opposite the National Theater and close to many cafés, clubs, and movie theaters, making it ideal for leisure as well as business travelers. Dagligstuen (The Sitting Room) has
original Munch lithographs on the walls, and is a popular meeting place for drinks and quiet conversation.
Jun 9, 2004
Good hotel; ask for room 535 for a gigantic room with an amazing terrace overlooking the National Theater. Good location. Staff helpful. Seems a bit overpriced, but I recommend the hotel.
Jul 18, 2002
close to harbor, not too far to train station, close to Airport train link excellent service room/bath on small side can be a lot of street noise in summer