Bordering the Aker River, this modern Oslo hotel is less than a kilometer from the train station and close to the Munch Museum.
Pros: Terrific value in Oslo. Walking distance to Munch museum (very close), central station, as well as downtown and harborfront area. Good, affordable (for Oslo) restaurants nearby. Hotel's extensive breakfast was much appreciated given high prices for food in Oslo. Taxi stand right out front and very close tram service was extremely convenient. Our room was plain, clean, and provided everything we needed. We were surprised by how quiet the room was, even being right across from the elevator. I would definitely stay at the Anker again in the future.
Pros: Breakfast selection good. Good value for.money
Right next to Grunerlokka is only reason to stayPros: Very kind staff and great location next to the coolest neighborhood in Oslo, let us check in way early after arriving at 7am from the train, and only a 10-15 minute walk from train station.Cons: Very basic feel, nothing romantic about it, kind of like a school dorm.
A Hotel With Terrible Parking Indication And Huge Pros: the staff are friendly, the rooms are cleanCons: It was our first trip and first stop in Norway in our life, our expierence with parking by Anker Hotel was absolutely terrible and we will not recommend this place to anyone else we care and will never visit this hotel again.
Ankel hotel has a parking place BELONGS to a private parking company. But on the entrance of the parking it's written clearly: Q-Park Anker Hotel. The parking lot welcomed us with a fine of 80 euro, while we were trying to pay the parking fee in the hotel, in about 10 minues before we returned to the hotel. Anker Hotel claimed they are seperated with the parking lot and asked us to complain to the parking company. How can a hotel list its name on the parking place without being responsible for the parking management? We have to pay this extra 80 euro for the 10 mins absence while Anker Hotel claims nothing to do with it. Therefore we regret our stay there and will never come back again.