From pulsating dance floors to exclusive VIP areas, clubs in Oslo provide an unforgettable experience for every party enthusiast. Dive into Oslo’s electric nightlife with our guide to the best clubs in Oslo. And save your taxi-money, they’re all within walking distance from our hotel, K7 Hotel Oslo. So you already know where to stay now.
1. Storgata 26 – Put your funky dance shoes on
Storgata 26 is a club open on fridays and saturdays. They often have DJs from all over Europe who play everything from funky disco to house. The club has a live dance floor and Oslos coolest neon lights. There’s also an open backyard. If you want a late night snack, you could also stop by Cafe Birdcall which serves fried chicken, mac’n cheese and dirty fries.
2. Brød og sirkus – Your favorite neighborhood club
At Brød og Sirkus you can drink, chat and be entertained. The bar offers ice-cold refreshments and every evening at 19.00 there is a fun event that you can take part in – if you want. What used to be a backyard alley in between two buildings, now has a roof and is the first room you’ll enter. The venue has plenty of room for dancing, talking or just enjoying a few drinks into the late night. And there are several bars and areas to sit.
3. Oslo Street Food – Food, drinks, dance and lots of fun
Located in the heart of Oslo, you’ll find Oslo Street Food which is a bustling food hall offering diverse street food from all corners of the world. Every Friday and Saturday from 23:00, the venue transforms into a lively nightclub featuring one of the city’s best dance floors, situated where a swimming pool once was back in the day (Torggata bad). DJs ignite the spirit of up to 900 dance-enthusiasts, while select food stalls remain open well into the early hours.
4. Youngs Oslo – Central and popular club and restaurant
At Youngs Oslo you’ll find it all: food and drink upstairs, club and concerts downstairs. The menu is varied and the restaurant has good reviews. Fridays and saturdays the party starts downstairs in the club. Here’s a big dance floor and a scene. They often arrange concerts, so make sure you check the program on their website to see what’s up this weekend.
5. Mabou – Small and cozy dance club
Mabou is not the biggest club, but the energy in here will have you dance all night. This bar is usually open thursday through saturday. The place has a mixed crowd ranging from mostly young students up to people in their mid 20s. If you like music and you like to dance, this is the place for you. The playlists range from top 90s and 00s to modern day music. It probably won’t disappoint you.
Stay central and enjoy walking distances
All the clubs mentioned above are within walking distance if you stay at K7 Hotel Oslo. Our hotel has a range of different room types for all type of people.
Or if you prefer more privacy book an economy or standard queen room. We even have family rooms with a double bed and bunk bed for the kids. But if you’re reading this article about the best clubs in Oslo, you’re probably not going to Oslo for a family vacation, are you?