Scandic Byporten

Jernbanetorget 6
N-0154 Oslo
Norway


The hotel’s unique location in the Byporten shopping centre means that you can go from the Airport Express Train directly to the hotel reception without having to go back outside. Here you will be staying in the heart of Oslo, within easy reach of all of the city’s attractions, such as the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, the Munch Museum and Karl Johans gate, Oslo’s main shopping street.

Distance to arena
The Jernbanetorget Metro station is located in the same building as the hotel. Take line 1 towards Frognerseteren, and get off at Holmenkollen station. Travel time, 27 minutes.

Room facilities
Our 239 rooms are modern, meet Scandic’s environmental standards and are well suited to persons with allergies.
The hotel only has double rooms.

Restaurant
Breakfast is served at Restaurant Egon. There our guests may also have lunch and dinner. The hotel has a lobby bar serving snacks, beer, wine and other drinks. 

Gym facilities
The hotel does not have its own gym, but has an agreement with SATS Spektrum, a nearby fitness club.

Conference
The hotel has two separate conference rooms seating sixteen and eight persons, respectively, in a board room configuration.

Other facilities
Visa, Eurocard/MasterCard, American Express, Diners
Check-in 2.00 pm, check-out 12.00 noon
Parking: Although the hotel does not have its own car park, its collaborates with Europark on the use of the parking spaces for the Byporten shopping centre. These spaces, which cannot be reserved in advance, cost NOK 295 for 24 hours.

Internet: There is free wireless Internet in all rooms and public areas. The hotel has two guest PCs in the lobby.

TV channels: NRK1, NRK Super/NRK3, TV2, TV2 Zebra, TV3, TVNorge, Viasat TV4, Viasat Sporten, SVT1, SVT2, BBC World News, Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, DR1, CCTV-4

Kiosk/shop: The hotel has a mini-shop that is open 24 hours. There you will find everything you need for your stay, as well as food and beverages. The hotel is also located in the same building as the Byporten shopping centre.

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