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Cheap Hotels in Oslo Norway

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Oslo has much to offer in the way of hotels. It is quite easy, however, to find yourself booking a hotel that turns out to be very expensive by the time you have finished your stay. It is not worth it (unless you have a lot of money to spend) to spend all of your holiday allowance money on the very best hotels in the city. Instead, consider the following selections, which are not in any way expensive, and still manage to offer a unique experience for the traveler.

The Best Western Bondeheimen in Oslo is a key example of a well-priced hotel that is affordable on pretty much any budget. It is also a very good example of a reasonably priced hotel that presents itself as a top hotel. Visitors regularly comment on the excellent décor and the high quality service.

Hotel Stefan is a little more budget orientated. However, it too offers a lot when it comes to customer service and care. You can have a nice and comfortable room for a small amount of money, and on top of that all of the best parts of Oslo when it comes to tourist attractions are very much on your doorstep.

The First Hotel Millennium is one of the best-kept secrets in Oslo. Many visitors do return again and again, simply because it is startlingly good value for money when you consider the facilities on offer. For a start, you get WI-FI, and a very warm welcome, and children are positively encouraged, because they even offer childcare here.

Our last tip is the Anker Hostel. This is a nice and quiet little 3 star place. It too is seen as an Oslo secret’, with many guests returning year on year. Small but very comfortable, this is one that everyone should experience.

Oslo has a lot to offer, but this does not mean that you have to pay top dollar every time. Take these places into account, and enjoy a reasonably priced stay in the city, rather than one that is marred by spiraling costs due to accommodation.

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