Oslo budget room for rent

08/07/2024

Oslo budget room for rent for rent by Oslo Central Station/Bus Terminal. Easy connection to airport/train/bus. Luggage storage possible. 200+ happy guests have stayed here.


About Oslo Budget room for rent

  • Up to 3 people can sleep in the room.
  • Fast WIFI. 
  • Grocery store in the building.
  • There's no full kitchen, but you have a mini fridge, cups/plates/cutlery + coffee/tea in your room.
  • Most attractions in Oslo city center can easily be reached by walk.
  • There is a supermarket in the same building.
  • The flat is just a short walk from Oslo Central station and bus terminal.
  • You can sleep in a double bed or separate beds (bunk bed solution)


View from your window
View from your window

Distances:

  • Rema 1000 Grocery store - 5 meters
  • Teaterplassen (bars and restaurants) – 100 meters
  • Oslo Bus Terminal 240 meters
  • Barcode area – 300 meters
  • Medival park – 400 meters
  • Oslo Waterfront – 490 meters
  • Oslo Central Station – 500 meters
  • Oslo Opera House – 580 meters
  • Botanical Gardens – 650 meters
  • Opera Beach – 760 meters
  • Main street / Karl Johan – 770 meters
  • Sørenga sea-bath / beach – 1.2 km

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Oslo budget room for rent for rent by Oslo Central Station/Bus Terminal. Easy connection to airport/train/bus. Luggage storage possible. 200+ happy guests have stayed here.

Room for rent in super-central apartment close to Oslo Central Station and Bus Terminal. Perfect for late arrivals or early departures. Easy access to busses, trains and the airports.

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