NorvègeOslo
Citycenter/Grünerløkka. Apt 2 bedr.
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Logement entier

4 voyageurs

2 chambres

2 lits

Logement entier

4 voyageurs

2 chambres

2 lits

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À propos de ce logement

Renovated and nice apartment of 60m2.
Living room with corner sofa. Dining for 6 people. Two big roof terraces.
1 bedroom with 150 cm bed
1 bedroom with 120 cm bed
Made up beds. Towels
Kitchen with basics for you to use


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 4
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 2
Lits : 2
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 12:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Conditions d'annulation : Flexibles

Description
Description

Renovated and nice apartment of 60m2.
Living room with corner sofa. Dining for 6 people. Two big roof terraces.
1 bedroom with 150 cm bed
1 bedroom with 120 cm bed
Made up beds. Towels
Kitchen with basics for you to use

The Place:
20 meters distance from the apartment: The Akerselva River, named 1 of 12 favourite streets in the New York Times:
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Placed close to both the centre of Oslo and Grünerløkka. Bedrooms with windows facing a silent backyard.
Supermarket in the next door building

Oslo has its share of interesting streets, including Karl Johans Gate, which runs past landmarks to the Nordically modest royal palace, and Markveien, which is laden with vintage shops. But what is a street, really? If it’s a thoroughfare that joins parts of a city, preferably infused with urban culture, you could argue that the Akerselva is Oslo’s most vital byway.

The river that cuts through Oslo once marked the social divide between the waterway’s eastern side (working class, immigrant) and its western (prosperous, natives). But these days, a force more powerful than class unites the banks: the rolling tide of Scandi cool that is turning the chunk of the Grunerlokka neighborhood, which stretches from Sannergata in the north to Nylandsveien in the south, into an art and design destination.

On the eastern shore, vintage clothing stores and bike shops vie with artisanal coffee roasters like Tim Wendelboe (Gruners Gate 1). It’s all very Brooklyn until you come to the grain silo towering over Marselis Gate at river’s edge. Built in the 1950s, in 2001 it was turned into student housing with rounded rooms and candy-colored balconies.

Many of the former industrial buildings along this stretch of river have been put to aesthetic uses. The city’s former electric works now houses the Norwegian Center for Design and Architecture (Hausmanns Gate 16), which organizes everything from exhibitions of Charles Eames’s work to debates on urban development. Dansens Hus (Mollerveien 2), in a converted factory, is the country’s premier center for dance (with an excellent cafe and bar that has cactus-adorned lamps and cozy chaises).

Bla (Brenneriveien 2) is known for jazz, hip-hop and indie bands as well as literary nights and Sunday afternoon concerts. The club, surrounded by street art, is near a handful of galleries. Brenneriet (Brenneriveien 9) exhibits work from students at the Strykejernet art school, while the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (Nedre Gate 7) showcases projects like “Of Love, Departures, and Countering Defeats in Choleric Times,” exhibits, performances and lectures devoted to “the unraveling of modernity.” Around the corner, the gallery ROM (Maridalsveien 3) focuses on the conjunctions between architecture and contemporary art.

Another former factory, this one devoted to train-track production, is now Mathallen (Maridalsveien 17A), a food hall with Spanish tapas, French pastries and the occasional reindeer-pie vendor among those selling fish or cheese. There’s also a brewery in the basement, but the retro bar Morgenstierne, a short walk away and above a boisterous restaurant, makes for a more louche night out.

Access for visitors
Two large roof terraces
Furnished backyard garden
Childrens playground

neighborhood
Quiet, safe and central. Walking distance to "everything"

Trams and buses
Appt. is 100 meter from Hausmansgate, a keypoint in Oslo public transport


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 15:00

Dispositif de sécurité
Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 59 nuits minimum

Hôte : Mona

Oslo, Norvège · Membre depuis novembre 2013
Mona
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