Oslo Central Station Apartment

08/07/2024

This 2 bedroom Oslo Central Station Apartment is located just a short walk from Oslo Bus Terminal and Oslo Central Station.  Most Oslo attractions can be reached by walk. Grocery store in the building. 

About Oslo Central Station apartment:

  • Living room, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and 2 bedrooms
  • balcony with skyline view. 
  • Fast WIFI. 
  • Suitable for business travelers. 
  • The flat is ideal for 4-6 people, but up to 8 people can stay if you don't mind staying a bit crowded.
  • The flat is just a short walk from Oslo Central station and bus terminal.
  • There is a supermarket in the same building.
  • Most attractions in Oslo city center can easily be reached by walk.
  • Nespresso Machine, Air Fryer and fully equipped kitchen available.
  • Balcony with skyline view.
  • Because this flat is in a modern and well insolated building, it's nice and warm inside, also on the coldest winter days.
  • Over the past years, we have hosted more than 2400 happy guests

See our other propeties for rent

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.

This 2 bedroom Oslo Central Station Apartment is located just a short walk from Oslo Bus Terminal and Oslo Central Station. Most Oslo attractions can be reached by walk. Grocery store in the building.

Read our Oslo Guide

Discover the best Oslo has to offer

I'm an Airbnb Superhost helping other hosts and vacation rental owners succeed. Connect with me and get $25 Airbnb credits to spend on your next trip.

Even in Oslo there are mighty waterfalls. Take a walk along Akerselva River to discover the many parks and waterfalls.

Vigeland Park

30/04/2024

The Vigeland Park, located in the heart of Oslo, Norway, is a renowned outdoor sculpture park and one of the city's most popular attractions. Created by the acclaimed Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943), the park is an expansive showcase of his life's work, featuring over 200 stunning bronze and granite sculptures.

Many guests ask us how to get from Oslo to Bergen. Traveling from Oslo to Bergen, two of Norway's most popular cities, offers several transportation options, each with its own unique experience.

In 2019, a brand new main library building was opened in Bjørvika, called Deichman Bjørvika. This library replaced the former main library in Kvadraturen and has become an architectural and cultural gem in Oslo. Deichman Bjørvika offers a wide range of books, magazines, audiobooks, films, and other media available to the public. Additionally, it...

The Fjord City is an urban renewal project for the waterfront part of the centre of Oslo. Here you'll find several facilities for recration and swimming, bars, pubs and cafes.

Oslo, the capital city of Norway, offers a plethora of hiking opportunities surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. Oslo hiking tours provide locals and visitors alike with the chance to explore the beautiful scenery, rich cultural heritage, and diverse terrain that the area has to offer.

On this page you'll find information on how to park in Oslo. Parking in the city center can be challenging, so it would be wise to familiarize yourself with the parking options prior to your arrival