Oslo East area hotel - Hotwire

Oslo East area hotel – Hotwire

Oslo East area hotel – Hotwire

This fantastic 4 star secret hotel from Hotwire located just East of the city centre of Oslo is a great place to stay during your time in the Norwegian capital, ticking all the boxes! Not only does this hotel provide guests with an ideal location, with easy access to all of the attractions in Oslo, but also a great range of high quality services and facilities, all for an amazing price. Top brands featuring in the 4 star secret hotel collection include Embassy Suites, Doubletree by Hilton, Hyatt, Radisson, and Crowne Plaza. In the past guests who have booked one of the 4 star secret hotels in this area have stayed at fantastic hotels such as the Quality Hotel 33. This great hotel has all of the services guests could want and more, adding to the convenience of your stay here. Facilities such as free parking make it easy to enjoy more of the city and surrounding areas by renting a car. Guests can also make use of internet access in all rooms, completely free! A delicious complimentary breakfast is also provided for all guests on every morning of their stay, a great way to start the day. The hotel also has its very own fitness centre, so you don’t have to leave your daily routine at home!

Located in this stunning area on the East side of Oslo’s city centre is the picturesque Damstedet & Telhusbakken. These two small roads are home to traditional Norwegian preserved wooden houses dating back to the 18th century. This is the perfect place for a relaxing and interesting stroll in an old town, with stark contrast to the inner city. These charming streets are also located just below the fascinating medieval church Gamle Aker Kirke, also known as the Old Aker Church. This beautiful church was built in around 1080 from limestone as a Roman-style basilica, making it an interesting place to visit, rich in history and culture.

Another fantastic place to visit for a fun day out in the area of the hotel is the Munchmuseet (Munch Museum). This museum dedicated to Edvard Munch, as monographic artist from Norway. Here visitors will find an amazing collection of almost 28,000 works of Edvard Munch, making it the largest collection of Munch’s art in the world! This includes thousands of paintings, prints, drawings, sketchbooks, sculptures and photographs, as well as items in relation to Munch’s personal life.