A nice single room in Oslo's most popular neighborhood!
A room for one in Oslo's hottest neighborhood! Single bed, clean and quiet. Fully-furnished accomodation with a cozy living room, full kitchen and bathroom with heated floors.
The apartment is located in central Oslo and situated in the very popular artistic & trendy area of Grünerløkka. It is close to many restaurants, markets and clothing stores, a 24/7 convenient store and is a short 3 min. walk away from the tram station where line No.11, 12 and 13 run regularly to Oslo Central Station (Oslo S) (9-12min. by tram). Bus No. 30 also runs frequently. Very easy to get around and a lovely neighborhood to explore. Rignes movie theater is a five minute walk away and the Munch Museum and Botanical Garden are a short 15 minute walk away. The main station (Oslo S) is just a 15-20 minute walk away.
ROOM: Room is 6m2 with a single bed (w 90cm), dresser with shelves, a nightstand table and door rack for hanging clothes. Has a window and a great heater (a necessity in the Norwegian winter!).
The apartment is 63m2 and newly renovated. Kitchen with fridge, freezer, oven and all of kitchen utensils you could ever need. Bathroom with shower and heated floor tiles. Comfy and modern living room with a large sofa, cable tv, and a dining room table. Wireless internet throughout the apartment.
You can come and go as you please and will be provided with your own key. The price includes clean sheets and towels. We also have a hairdryer if you are wondering :) You are welcome to use the kitchen to cook your breakfast/lunch/dinner.
My husband and I also live in the apartment in the second bedroom though we are not around much. We love to host visitors to Oslo and provide them with information and tips about the city, what to see, to eat and to experience. I once was an Oslo tourist myself!
Check in/check out is flexible. Please no smoking, pets or shoes inside ☺
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I hope to hear from you soon!
*long term tenants will be included in the electricity bill