Rooms and apartments

close to the Oslo fjord

Experience Bjørvika - the new fjord town - a city within a city

Our flats and rooms for rent are located only a few minutes by walk from Bjørvika - "the new fjord town" - which is emerging as the most attractive area in central Oslo. Bjørvika is located by the Oslo fjord, near the Oslo Central Station and the bus station, and with most attractions in Oslo in walking distance. This area is perfect for those who intend to stay in Oslo for a period.  

From the entrance of the apartment building, it takes less than 10 minutes to reach the Oslo waterfront, Bjørvika,  with a great view of the Oslo fjord. In Bjørvika you'll also find the new Oslo opera and ballett and the Barcode business area where several bigger companies have their seat.

We aim to keep our prices for our rooms and aparments significally lower than the price you would pay in a hotel.

Our rooms:

Budget room for rent - near central station

Room for rent - cheapest room in the Oslo city centre?

Stylish room for rent in central Oslo


Our apartments:

Apartment for rent - Grunerløkka / Oslo city centre

Apartment for rent - near Munch museum / New Opera


About Bjørvika - the Oslo fjord town

The Oslo fjord town (fjordbyen) is an urban renewal project for the waterfront part of the center of Oslo.The Major investments in the area include a new Central Railway Station, an already completed Oslo Opera House, and the commercial buildings in the Barcode Project.

Later, several large cultural institutions will be moved to Bjørvika, including moving the Oseberg Ship, Oslo Public Library, the Munch Museum, The Norwegian Opera and Ballet, The Museum of Cultural History, The Deichmanske Public Library, and, hopefully, an aquarium. The main barrier between the city and the fjord will disappear when European Route E18 is relocated to the Bjørvika Tunnel  

Many bigger companies will be located in this area, such as DNB, PWC, Gjensidige, NSB and Nordea.


About the Oslo fjord

The Oslo fjord is about 17 km long and the total population around the Oslo fjord, including Oslo, is about 2 million. There are several islands in the Oslo fjord, that can easily be reached with the Oslo boat from Vipptangen. Hovedøya is most famous for its monastery ruins, Gressholmen for its rabbits, Nakholmen, Bleikøya, Lindøya for their cosy cabins at the water’s edge, and finally Langøyene for its camping possibilities and pleasant beach.