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Oslo may not be one of Europe's biggest capital cities, but given Norway's lofty cost of living, you can expect to pay a pretty penny at the majority of hotels -- comparable to rates in London or Paris. There are more affordable options, but you may need to share a bathroom or settle for a small, basic room. Fortunately, the city's compact size means that most hotels are convenient to downtown attractions.

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The Thief
Landgangen 1
The Thief enjoys a sweet location on the waterfront next to the Astrup Fearnley Museum. It's easy to enjoy the views of Oslo Fjord and the...
161 Reviews
Saga Hotel Oslo
Eilert Sundts gate 39
Located on a quiet, leafy street near Vigeland Park and the Royal Palace, Saga Hotel offers 47 rooms in a building dating back to the 1890s. The...
165 Reviews
Lysebuveien 12
For travelers seeking a nature retreat rather than a city-center location, Lysebu offers an accessible escape just 20 minutes outside Oslo. Look...
66 Reviews
Frogner House Apartments
Skovveien 8
Staying in an apartment rather than a hotel is ideal for those traveling with a family or group, those who want to cook for themselves, those...
107 Reviews
Citybox Oslo
Prinsensgate 6
If you're looking for no-frills, affordable accommodations in an expensive city, Citybox Oslo is worth a look. One of the "frills" the hotel...
148 Reviews

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