Where to stay in Oslo
Every season is a good season to visit Oslo and the hotels Oslo has go out of their way to make visitors as comfortable as possible with every need satisfied. From ski-ing and Nordic walking in the winter to sunbathing on an island in the summer, Oslo is open all year round.
Because it has such a diversity of activities, Oslo is incredibly popular as a destination, and the hotels Oslo offers are also diverse with a wide range of lodgings and accommodation available.
The types of hotels Oslo has
For large, fashionable hotels Oslo has a plethora from those with award-winning restaurants to ones which offer modern comfort with traditional values. For more bargain hotels Oslo can offer a variety from bed and breakfast hotels Oslo has to modest lodgings on the outskirts of the city.
The cleanliness within all the hotels Oslo has is maintained at the highest of standards, whatever price you pay. The only difference is the size of the room and facilities offered that might mean one of the hotels Oslo has is more expensive than another.
Food in Oslo
As mentioned, many of the top hotels Oslo has offer freshly cooked food as part of their service. If you are staying in Oslo for a few nights, it might be nice to have a meal at one of the hotels Oslo offers to see what the quality is like.
But none of the hotels Oslo has can offer such a wide variety of food as can be tasted in the many restaurants and cafes around the city. Out of all the urban areas in Norway, Oslo offers the most diversity from traditional Norwegian fare to more exotic international dishes.
For true Norwegian food, try lamb and cabbage stew or marinated salmon. Reindeer medallions are available for the more adventurous eaters as well as fresh fish from the North Sea and the Barents Sea. Food is not overly expensive, it is alcohol that will push up the total on your bill.
Possibly the two most famous Norwegians are the playwright, Henrik Ibsen, and the artist Edvard Munch, who painted the iconic work, The Scream, which is the most parodied and copied work of art ever. You will not find it on the wall of any of the hotels Oslo has but it can be viewed at the National Gallery. In fact a whole room is dedicated to the Expressionist painter. Ibsen lived in Oslo for a while and there is a museum dedicated to him within the apartment he lived in with his wife.
For a holiday you will never forget, visit Oslo for the longest hours of sunlight and fascinating scenery. The hotels Oslo possesses all come up to the highest standard of service and comfort. Only expect the best too from BudgetAir who can source great flights at knockdown prices.
If you book your flights through BudgetAir and then book your hotel Oslo will not seem so far away, all you have to do is sit back, relax and wait for your holiday to come round.