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DON'T, I repeat DON'T book with Oslo apartments. The rooms are overpriced and the service is terrible. We had to wait 5 hours with a little kid (2yrs) before someone showed up to open the door for us after we accidently left the key inside....More
Initially i was mistakenly charged twice for this appartment. The vendor then pretended to initiate a refund until i left but then went silent and has kept the outstanding money to date, regardless of my efforts to get my money back. So far lost 750...More
Currently staying in Rosenborggata 24.
We booked this accommodation 7 months ago and had no contact after booking. They failed to reply to messages sent via Air BnB.
On arrival it was fine to get the keys from the office. They looked after our bags...More
Reading these reviews, we had a similar experience. Having to find a 7 eleven in the middle of the night, then a 20 minute walk to the apartment.
The apartment is nice, but is kitted out with the bear minimum of equipment. Again, not enough...More
Location: really close to Palace & palace beautiful gardens. Within walking distance to the city centre. Also close to shops to buy food. Good choice of cafes, restaurants and convenience stores nearby.
Building: Old building but modern apartment. No lift. We had a flat on...More
As Manpreet says, there's parking outside on the street. During the day, the street parking is competitive and paid. At night, it should be easier to find a space. I'm not sure of the paid parking times, nor how... More
As Manpreet says, there's parking outside on the street. During the day, the street parking is competitive and paid. At night, it should be easier to find a space. I'm not sure of the paid parking times, nor how one does it.
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