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Grand Hotel Oslo

Old world glamour in Oslo’s old town

Edvard Munch and Nobel Prize laureates are among the distinguished past and present guests at this 290-room grande dame Oslo hotel in the city’s pedestrian-friendly old town. Guests have access to the spa’s pool, sauna and steam room, and the hotel has a dedicated “ladies-only” floor. Palmen restaurant is perfect for afternoon tea. For a storied stay, request the 71-square-meter Nobel suite (where the winners bed down) with two balconies overlooking the parliament and Karl Johans Gate.


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