A truly budget option in pricy Oslo, Lovisenberg offers a range of rooms from miniscule with shared bathroom to vast rooms with posh ensuites and has the same feel as a French auberge, with traditional and shabby-chic furniture in all the rooms. Housed in an ocher-hued palazzo built in 1887 and run as a daikon (Christian organization), the guesthouse has a dramatic history; over the years it has been requisitioned as a hospital and acted as a hiding place for Norwegian Jews in World War II. Today there is a tranquil little garden retreat behind the complex, but very few amenities—for example, no TVs in rooms, just a small TV lounge downstairs. A very simple buffet breakfast is not included in the room price and there are basic cooking facilities and shared fridges available too.
Lovisenberg Guest House
Lovisenberggaten 15 A
Our Rating Neighborhood Lovisenberg Transportation Bus 37 to Lovisenberg Phone 22 35 83 00 Prices NOK500–NOK950 Units 32 Amenities Parking NOK20/hr., free Wi-FiBook a Room Now
MapLovisenberggaten 15 A Oslo
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