3.5
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What We Love

  • A comfortable and contemporary hotel in the heart of charming Oslo, with breakfastThe enviable central-Oslo location, right next to the city’s famous Karl Johans gate
  • Easy access to city transportation, including the Oslo Central Train Station – less than half a mile away
  • Savoring exquisite meals, from the daily breakfast spread to traditional Italian fare at the hotel’s raved-about eatery, Bocca

What To Know

  • Located right off of Oslo's main shopping street – Karl Johan – and just a five-minute walk to the closest metro station
  • The hotel faces a busy street so if you're a light sleeper, request a room on one of the upper floors
  • Free WiFi is fast and reliable
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Overview

A sleek, award-winning stay in the center of Oslo, just minutes from the Royal Palace and National Theater

The Lowdown

What do you get when you cross a fabulous eco-friendly property with one of the most coveted addresses in Oslo? First Hotel Millennium – an urban gem that’s popular with business travelers and vacationers alike. Set in the heart of the city’s capital, close to the main thoroughfare of Karl Johans gate, this hotel not only boasts convenient access to Oslo’s top tourist attractions, but earns some serious points for its sleek and functional design, too.
This central and stylish property has everything needed to keep you comfortable in Norway’s capital. The inviting guest rooms feature plush contemporary furnishings and a soothing, warm color palette, while the hotel’s Italian restaurant, Bocca, is sure to keep your taste buds happy. For everything else you need, simply step outside – after all, you’re in one of the hippest cities Europe has to offer.

Rooms

The rooms here are bright and spacious, featuring elegant wood flooring and accents of warm, natural colors. Each Superior room offers 215 square feet, along with a plush Jensen bed – a Scandinavian luxury – and a work desk. Junior suites, on the other hand, boast a generous 430 square feet, as well as a separate sitting area.

Dining

Tasty Italian fare dominates the menu at Bocca, the hotel’s exquisite restaurant. Dig into handcrafted pasta and pizzas, plus risottos and bruschetta, in an intimate and lively setting.

Location

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more desirable location than this hotel’s address in downtown Oslo. It’s close to the city’s main drag of Karl Johans gate, which is home to the likes of the Royal Palace, Stortinget parliament building and the National Theater. High-end shopping abounds on this street, which also connects to the Oslo Central Train Station. City Hall and the medieval Akershus Fortress are a few blocks away, and skiing enthusiasts won’t want to miss the Holmenkollen Ski Museum.

How to Get There

First Hotel Millenium
Tollbugata 25
Oslo, 0157 Norway

Reviews

Short weekend exploring Oslo.
Anthony K

Handy spot close to central station. Museums are all in walking distance. Reasonably priced Hotel with a good breakfast. The room is sufficient sized as is the bathroom. Over all a good stay and would recommend.

Great service, good rooms and awesome breakfast!
Geert v

Visited around New Years, rooms and hotel are very clean, staff is friendly and hotel ha a breakfast to die for, so much choice! The location is good too, just outside the busy centre, but everything at walking distance.

Close to everything
thor2705

OK maybe is not a 4 star, possible a 3.5 but because of the staff it is worth the last half to get 4.
The breakfast is decent, not amazing, but good, the staff very helpful and nice, the room decent, the light fixture not good but still OK,
It is like 9 minutes walking from the central station and very close to a lot of attractions and restaurants, also very close to a T-bana station.
Appliances, not too much, but OK, missing a fridge, but not really necessary in Oslo.
And let not forget about the staff, great.