Perminalen Hotel - Oslo59.9108509123395, 10.7403722405434
The business Perminalen Hotel comprises non-smoking rooms and gives a quick access to Karl Johans gate, which is 300 meters away.
The hotel boasts a central setting within a 10-minute walk of the city center. Such tourist places as an opera house, a fortress and a gallery are fairly close by.
Oslo, Gardermoen airport lies 40 km away from Perminalen Hotel and it takes about 45 minutes by car to get there.
While staying at Perminalen Hotel guests can make use of a ceiling fan, ironing facilities, a work desk, blackout drapes and IDD telephone provided in the rooms. Perminalen Hotel offers rooms with the city view. The bathrooms come with a shower and a hairdryer for more comfort.
Eat & Drink
A breakfast is served in the restaurant. There is a restaurant serving local dishes on site. Complimentary drinks are offered in the pool bar. Perminalen Hotel is placed in Sentrum district, within a 5-minute walk of the pub The Dubliners.
Business guests will appreciate a business centre and a meeting room available on site.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 55.
24-hour room service
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- 24-hour room service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Business centre
- Babysitting/Child services
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- City landmarks
Nothing fanstastic to say about this hotel except that it is a good value for money with respect to its good loaction closed to the centre of Oslo, and at walking distance from the central train station (Oslo s). Quality of the hotel and its services are rather basic/oldfashioned, but there is nothing to really complain about!
Pretty basic breakfast. Free WiFi not working in all rooms.
The breakfast was great, especially when food is so expensive in Oslo!
No towel provided but only 10nok hire which isn't too bad.
close to train station
Wifi room was awkward and created a poor atmosphere in the common room, wifi should be throughout hotel. After charging for the room, seemed ridiculous to charge an additional small amount for the towel service, should be included.
Friendly service quiet location close to city centre
Breakfast was nice
There were no towel included. I had to pay extra to get a towel.
Good choice for breakfast,comfortable bed,had good night sleep
Bathroons inside the rooms. Separate closets for each bed. Big room.
There are no wifi in the rooms. And you need to pay to use the computers
The staff was very friendly and helpful
It isn't really a hotel, it is a hostel and should advertise it that way. Breakfast was just a piece of bread with butter and coffee.
Breakfast was very good. The hotel was very quite. Some of the staff at the reception area were very helfull.
That I was charged for the towel.I did not know that I have to bring my own.
The personal was nice. The room was cleaned and good smelling and the place is perfect, because is so close to the city center.
I have not complaints for the hotel. The rate price / quality is the best one.
I liked the lounge, it was comfy; the people at the front desk were really nice. The room was totally functional and I met some interesting people.
Central location, young people, nice personnel, good food.
I missed the wireless Internet in the rooms...it was OK to go to the TV room, but when I needed to concentrate, it was a lot of noise around.
- great location -
-staffperson was not very friendly -quite expensive for dormitory style room -not a great atmosphere: as a solo traveller, didn't meet anyone..
You simply get what you've booked - a bed in a 4-bed room. I guess there is enough place for everyone's luggage - though in my case other guests were a kind of backpackers too. The location is great for a sightseeing in Oslo. The breakfast is good and various.
You don't have wi-fi in the room, only in a special room. When traveling to Oslo, make sure you do it in right time - both 2 days I've been there it was raining, and people said it had been raining before for a whole week. The price is very high (compared to other european countries), but one of the cheapest you could find in Oslo.
Location is perfect for getting around Oslo by public transportation, to Bygdøy by boat taxi, and to the waterfront. A quiet neighborhood (except for comment, see next). Modestly priced ( for Oslo) and eating there is easy and also affordable. Staff is consistently kind and helpful. Rooms are clean, though small, and totally adequate.
While the neighborhood is quiet, on weekends young people who have had too much to drink get quite loud in the street in front of the hotel (Øvre Slottsgata) and stay that way into the wee hours, anytime of year but especially in summer. If you want to be out of range of this, request a room away from that street. Then everything will be fine.