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|"Great rooms with great amenities."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Great staff and great breakfast."||(in 85 reviews)|
|"The super friendly staff."||(in 47 reviews)|
|"Parking was not available."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Small mini bar/refrigerator in your room."||(in 19 reviews)|
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Some Free Parking
Breakfast was good
I booked the hotel because it advertised free parking. I don’t know how they can claim this with only 6 parking spots at the hotel. When we arrived to 6 occupies spots, the staff told me I could pay for parking on the street (clearly not free parking). They finally agreed to park my car in an alley and move it if needed. Instead, they woke me up early the next morning because they needed me to move my car so another guest could leave (the hotel clerk did not have his driver’s license). This happened again later in the morning... not ‘free parking’.
Quiet hotel near shopping, national palace and parks
Location was convenient and quiet. A bit away from the city center but easy bus/tram ride away. Breakfast was good. I found the little shower enclosure ingenious. Shows you can have a functional bathroom in about 20 square feet. Staff was helpful
Room was pretty small, but probably in line with other Scandinavian hotels.
Great stay near but not in downtown
Rooms were very comfortable with helpful staff. The breakfast was a nice variety of foods.
Saga Hotel is a very stylish and comfortable boutique hotel, in a quiet and elegant area of Oslo, fifteen minutes walk from the national theatre, the palace and the main shopping street. (The train from the airport stops at the National Theatre and taxis are available, or without a lot of luggage it's a 15 minute walk - alternatively there are trams from Oslo Central Station). The staff were friendly and helpful, the breakfast was excellent and my room was very comfortable and quiet - I was able to sleep with the windows open without any noise from the street. I was meeting up with Norwegian friends and after calling in to the hotel to take me out they were very impressed and will now be recommending the hotel to their business colleagues. I'll certainly stay here again on my next visit to Oslo.
Apart from excellent breakfast facilities the hotel doesn't have a restaurant or room service - as a single traveler I prefer not to dine out alone, but as I was meeting friends each day this wasn't a problem on this trip. There are lots of restaurants nearby.
Within a family orientated setting of design-hotels, Saga Hotels comprises of four contrasting concepts dotted throughout Oslo City Centre. Four underlying characteristics of Saga Hotels can be defined by its promise of high standards, trendy interior, exceptional service and relaxing atmosphere. 'Making home feel closer'. The journey of Saga Hotels first began in Frogner, where Saga Hotel Oslo, BW Premier Collection was established. This beautiful setting, rich in heritage, and surrounded by the quaint architecture of Majorstuen was a prosperous beginning to what would eventually expand the family into three new concepts throughout Oslo. Each individual concept focuses on attracting various types of travelers whilst catering to their everyday needs and desires.
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Most popular landmarks
- Oslo Royal Palace 0.8 km
- Bymuseet 1 km
- Frognerparken 1 km
- Vigelandsparken 1.2 km
- Nobels Fredssenter 1.4 km
- Oslo rådhus 1.4 km