Norway has a huge variety of hotels to experience – from the luxury city hotels to the unique such as a floating home to a lighthouse and even an Aurora cabin.
In Fjord Norway you could visit the Art Nouveau town of Alesund and stay in a pretty harbour side hotel (or maybe even spend a night in a Lighthouse!) or if you travel to Northern Norway you can discover views over the fjords, looking out on the jagged mountains of Senja or Lofoten from a fishermen’s cabin or perhaps stay in a canvas dome in the heart of the Alta forest.
If a stay in Oslo is what you’re after then there are a wealth of options here that are unique despite being in the centre of this bustling capital city. The views here may not be as majestic as the fjords but they can still delight as many of the buildings are architecturally stunning.
Our Top Picks
Sorrisniva Igloo HotelThe first ice hotel in Norway to be built entirely of snow and ice
Funken LodgeStay in a modern, luxurious boutique hotel in one of the last wildernesses of the world.
Aurora CabinExperience a night in the Norwegian wilderness in an Aurora cabin.
Teepee BungalowSpend a magical night in a beautiful teepee!
Volda Floating HomeA converted 1960s ferry to a boutique home in Tromso
Luxe Island LodgeA luxury lodge set high on Tromso's 6th largest island.
Molja LighthouseSpend a night at a traditional 150 year old lighthouse in one of the world's most beautiful small ports.
Nordenskiold LodgeOn the shore of the icy fjord, at the edge of a bright blue glacier, stands a hidden expedition lodge.
Manshausen CabinsSituated in the middle of the Grøtøya strait, only 500 meters from the small village Nordskot lie these beautiful sea cabins.
Lofoten LinksThis north facing property on the Lofoten islands has the most incredible views!
AmerikalinjenAre you ready to discover Oslo's number one boutique hotel?
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