The Room

This room has everything you need to live, work and play. Get the practical things like fast WiFi, 24/7 support, and regular professional cleaning. Plus fun stuff like a smart TV, instant camera and yoga mat. 

The room features either a 150 x 210 or 160 x 200 bed. Views look either towards the street or the building’s inner courtyard and inner side of the building. Rooms on the first floor have partially frosted windows. Each room is professionally cleaned to our 63-step ‘Ridiculously Clean’ standard before you arrive. It is possible to request early check-in and late check-out.

Hooked Up With Local Amenities

Bob is all for staying active, so this room includes yoga mats, online access to Yogaia yoga studio, and access to a nearby local gym. Bob is also all for a tasty brekkie; you have the option to pre-purchase breakfast at Bob’s fave neighbourhood cafe with an exclusive discount.

Your Stay is Seriously Sustainable 

Every night you spend with Bob is climate-neutral and fully carbon-offset. How? An average night in this apartment emits 58.80 kg CO2, and our support of climate action projects fully offsets the emissions associated with your stay. We’re also taking action to emit less in the first place and be kind to the environment, including buying 100% renewable energy, installing energy-saving smart home controls, sourcing select secondhand furniture, providing you with recycling facilities and more. Click here to read more about our sustainability initiatives and annual reports.

The Building

This updated classical building sits in the heart of central Oslo. These rooms are located across all floors (first through sixth) and are accessible by lift. This is a contactless property, which means there’s no front desk. You can access both the building and your room with a convenient door code, and our super-responsive online support team is here for you day and night.  

The Neighbourhood

It really doesn’t get more central in Oslo than the Kvadraturen neighbourhood where Bob W Sentralen is located. Kvadraturen gets its name from the neat, quadrant-like streets running through it. In 1624, after a fire levelled the town, Danish-Norwegian King Christian IV ordered the town to be built anew in its present location following the ideals of Rennaissance architecture. Today, you can enjoy the area’s historic charm and modern conveniences all wrapped into one.

Reservation Details


  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Climate-neutral & fully carbon offset
  • 14 - 26 m2
  • Corner for making snacks & drinks
  • Access to complimentary laundry facilities 
  • Regular professional cleaning
  • Local gym access included
  • Yoga mats & online yoga studio access included
  • Contactless access
  • Early check-in & late check-out (on request)
  • Fast WiFi
  • Smart TV
  • Complimentary luggage storage
  • Baby crib available