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Located in central Oslo about 10 minutes from Karl Johan. Apartment has a well equipped kitchen, very good location and close to public transport. Great place to stay while visiting Oslo. This is the 2 or 3 time we have used Oslo Apartments!
We stayed at Sven Bruns Gate 1 for six days. The apartment is in a very good location close to the Royal Palace and Karl Johans Gate. If coming from the airport, take the sky bus to the last stop (Radisson Blu Hotel) - the...More
Arriving by train we took a taxi to the agent and had difficulty finding them! A map explaining their entrance is at the back of their postal address would gave been helpful. Another taxi to the apartment, easy to find (expensive in taxis). The apartment...More
This was my second time now in Oslo Apartments, Both experiences have been good and smooth. Check-In Check out both are pretty smooth. The instructions are always clear and helpful. Kitchen is always well stocked with vessels and utensils.
Just one complain - the TV...More
Response from Trine S, Resepsjonssjef at Oslo ApartmentsResponded 4 August 2016
Thank you for your feedback! It is important for us to know our guests experience.
Location and the building was great. Apartment was small but with the right design and furnitures plus the very high ceilings, it felt cozy and comfortable. We felt at home during our stay. (Although we didn't need to use all) everything was thought of :...More
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Response from Trine S, Resepsjonssjef at Oslo ApartmentsResponded 13 June 2016
Thank you so much for the great feed back regarding your stay with us!
Hair dryer is not standard ecuippment in our apartments, but we usually have a few in storage. Sorry that we could not provide you one during your stay.
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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