Have a great stay in the beautiful Norwegian capital with this extraordinary value for money Hotwire 4 star secret hotel. Located in the beautiful and exclusive area of Frogner, in the east of the city centre, this hotel provides guests with a feeling of luxury, as well as close proximity to all of the main sights and attractions of the city centre, all for an unbeatable price. Brands from this fantastic 4 star secret hotel range include Omni hotels, Westin, Sheraton, Hilton, Crowne Plaza and many more renowned hotels. In the past guests who have booked a 4 star secret hotel in this area have stayed at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, and Frogner House Apartments Skovveien 8! This hotel helps guests to relax and make the most of their stay in Oslo, with its top of the range facilities and high quality services. The hotel restaurant serves a variety of delicious freshly prepared dishes in a relaxing and atmospheric setting, the perfect place to start off your evening! Guests staying at this hotel will even be provided with a complimentary breakfast here every morning of their stay. Other extras that this hotel can offer include free internet access in every room, as well as self service laundry facilities, adding to the convenience of your stay. There’s even a business centre onsite, making the hotel ideal for both leisure and business.
The Frogner area, amongst many other stunning attractions, is home to the biggest park in the whole of the capital city; Frogner Park. This beautiful park stretches across 450,000 square metres in front of the breathtaking Frogner Manor House. Here visitors and locals can be seen having picnics or barbecues, sunbathing, going for a gentle stroll or even playing badminton in these beautiful green surroundings. The park is also home to the biggest collection of roses in the whole of Norway, with 14,000 rose plants of 150 different species! Right in the centre of the park, visitors can find the world famous Vigeland Scultpure Park, one of Oslo’s most visited attractions! This sculpture installation was created by Gustav Vigeland, and consists of sculptures, bridges, fountains and other structures.
If you want to learn more about the culture and history of the Norwegian capital, be sure to visit the Oslo City Museum, also located in the Frogner area. This fantastic museum is home to one of the largest collections of paintings in the whole of Norway, and visitors can learn all about Oslo, including its development and its commercial and cultural activities through a large variety of exciting and interactive exhibitions.