This accommodation was one of the most affordable ones among hotels, so the location at the very center, cleanliness and the interior design were all a big plus. My room was not very spacious but it still didn't feel too cramped, instead it was tidy and peaceful.
The only minus was the liquid hand soap (?) in the shower gel dispenser. I'm not sure it was that but I didn't want to wash my hair or body with it so I went and purchased some shower oil and shampoo. The room didn't have a tv but who really has time to watch tv on a holiday?
There was a large common area downstairs where you could watch the tv, play board games or study/work but I didn't spend time there. I could have, but I was happy with my desk and chair in my room.
I wasn't a big fan of the self-check-in system when I arrived, it worked well and a receptionist let me inside the lobby to wait for my check-in but maybe I'm just used to marching in to the lobby and straight to the desk. But nevertheless, this worked fine, some people just couldn't figure out the system at first.
The hotel itself doesn't serve breakfast (if I understood correctly) but there's a nice little breakfast/lunch restaurant around the corner where you can go and get breakfast. I purchased a toast, coffee and a juice as a take away -package and it was affordable.
Since Oslo is not a location where your money goes far,
I would definitely stay here again. If you want to get a luxurious hotel experience affordable, don't come to Oslo.