Located in Oslo's new Barcode area, only 8 minutes walking from the Oslo Opera House and The Medieval Park, and 15 minutes from the Sørenga Salt Water Pool. This two-bedroom apartment has 3 single beds, one double bed and a sofa bed in the living room (cribs are available upon request), making it the perfect starting point for your group or family's stay in Oslo. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to make your own meals, and enjoy them with views of the city through the huge windows and the balcony.
The apartment has a flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, a bathroom with shower, hair dryer, iron and a washing machine and dryer. There is an elevator in the building and the supermarket is located a few meters away.
We have 2 identical apartments in this building. This one located on the 5th floor and the other located on the 15th floor. If booked together, they can accommodate up to 14 guests.
The main train station is a 12-minute walk away and the tram and bus stops are a few blocks away, as well as cozy cafes and restaurants. Karl Johans gate, Oslo's main pedestrian street, which leads to the Royal Palace and Aker Brygge, is a 10 minute walk away.
An indoor parking space is available against a fee, please contact us for vacancy first.
Please inform us of your expected arrival time in advance. We will be there to meet you, show you the apartment and give you the keys.
Please note that it is strictly forbidden to have parties in the apartment. This property will not accommodate bachelorette/bachelor or similar parties. This apartment is located in a residential building and a strict minimum noise policy is enforced at the building after 22:00.
If you expect to check-in after 10pm, please contact us first, and note that the property charges NOK 250 for late check-ins.
There is possibility of late arrival between 22:00h and 00:00h for an extra charge of €25 paid locally.
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