No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Ellingsens pensjonat Oslo
Travel Blogs from Oslo
... had salami and blue cheese. I downloaded the photos onto the iPad and trolled Facebook as we travelled to Oslo. We arrived in Oslo at 2:50. Found our hotel the Comfort Hotel Grand Central and checked in. We had been upgraded to a suite, sweet! Upstairs to room 332, the room had 2 toilets and a bath and shower and 2 TVs a lounge and beanbags! Lol. No fridge though?? I napped for about an hour, the ...
... his figures, leading to a central fountain of six enormous bronze men using their backs to hold the huge bowl up. The bridge across the avenue is also lined with figures of children and parents with children and fathers especially with children - an unusual theme for the time. we marvel at every single one of these creations. Think Rodin in Paris and you may have some idea of what I am talking about. Further up the avenue up several sets of stairs is the masterpiece; a huge ...
It was a bit of a slow start this morning. While Dave and Ashley were awake by seven, Anne slept in a bit. Daphne had to dragged from bed at 9 to get ready for the day and grab the free breakfast before it shutdown at 10. With the weather a little questionable, we decided to head immediately to Bygdoy Peninsula to see the outdoor Norwegian Folk Museum before the rain was predicted to start. We sauntered down the street a couple blocks to the wharf and caught ...
... with comments from others that had also visited the museum. Next we took the bus out to the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, which is an open-air museum with structures and indoor exhibits showing the evolution of culture in Norway over the years. The open-air museum included log houses from Østerdal, historical structures from Havin and Gransherad, all the way up to more modern day housing. While the structures were pretty impressive, I ...
... together as a family and started with them. Light green was awesome… with tricky rope sections, wobbly rocking wooden bits and zip lines that went for about 75m. Then we went up to light blue – insert sections from Mum of “Don’t cry in front of the kids. Hold it together Cory! Glue that fake smile on and keep moving forward”. I have NO IDEA how the boys just hopped along ...