Frogner House Hotel Norum

Address: Bygdoy Alle 53, Oslo, Oslo, 0265, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Uranienborg - Majorstuen area of Oslo, is near Tusenfryd, The Ibsen Museum, Cafe Mono, and Norwegian Nobel Institute.
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    • Bar/lounge


    • Free High-Speed Internet
    • Beverage Selection
    • Pets allowed


    • Suites


    • Continental Breakfast
    • Room service

    TripAdvisor Reviews Frogner House Hotel Norum Oslo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Oslo


    A travel blog entry by pearlinthesea on Sep 25, 2015

    ... the purchase until the end since I didn't want to lug it around all of Norway for three weeks. I had a great time picking out colours and deciding which yarns would make the cut - it was a very pleasant... okay, I spent a long time there. So sue me! But I got an awesome rainbow of yarns and I'm super happy with it all. I can't wait to get knitting with all my new yarn!

    The cat's mummy

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 12, 2015

    34 photos

    ... ship museum at Bygdoy, and we were told on the way that Bygdoy used to be an island but the channel was filled in and a causeway built – you would never know. Then we retraced the route back to the railway station where we got out. One thing we found out about the Opera House as we drove past was that it has three stages or theatres, and employs 600 people – for a city of 500,000 the facilities available really put any New Zealand city to the test. ...


    A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 10, 2015

    21 photos

    ... museum. Since you see real Viking ships that are extremely well preserved, you get a good sense of how they traveled around the world of their time (800-1000 AD for these ships). The ships are perfectly preserved as they were used for burials and the ship + honored deceased were all buried together. Clearly these are not examples of the burning ship sent out to sea with the body on board. I wonder if this is a Hollywood fiction? ...

    Oslo, and checking out the public health system

    A travel blog entry by kawiusue on Jul 12, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... border we got told that we had to have our travel documents ready, and we were waved into a side road, then waved thru without a check on the bus! But at least we knew where the border was. By the time we got here I was really a bit off colour and by Saturday morning I needed to see a doctor who could give me antibiotics. We found a clinic for visitors that was open Saturdays, but not this Saturday cos it is the ...


    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jun 30, 2015

    27 photos

    ... long black dress. David found a Dale of Norway sweater. We paid next to nothing and both items were in perfect shape. We returned to the ship in time to enjoy the ship's pool and the spa, then sat on deck as we watch our sail away from Oslo. Dinner was in the French restaurant and everyone enjoyed it. Our assigned table for the past 2 nights is in front of a window so we got to enjoy the scenery as we ate dinner. We have an early day tour tomorrow in the city of Kristiansand, ...