Grand Hotel used to be the leading hotel in Oslo and among the Grand European Hotels. It has recently undergone a major refurbishment and is now a part of the mid market Scandic chain. The reception and common areas have been beautifully restored, but the rooms are cheap and cheaply equipped in line with the tradition of the new owners. The hotel used to be the place to stay in Oslo but is now a place where builders use their Scandic miles for bonus stays and where you have to pay the room at check in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Grand Hotel, Oslo. The Grand Hotel in Oslo is Norway's best-known and prestigious hotel. The luxury hotel first opened its doors in 1874 and for over 140 years it has been host to the people of Norway, international guests, world leaders, celebrities and the Nobel Peace Prize laureates. Henrik Ibsen, the world-renowned Norwegian author made the luxury hotel one of his favorite daily haunts. Everyone deserves to feel grand! Our guest experience is based on true Nordic luxury that is delivered by our well-trained and enthusiastic international team. The Grand Hotel has 274 rooms, including 54 Suites that are a blend of historic design, one newly renovated rooftop bar with magnificent views, newly renovated Palmen Restaurant, new Othilia lobby bar, 19 meeting rooms, Artesia Spa Grand Hotel, fitness room and parking. Welcome to Oslo! ... more less
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