Most parts of Norway offer diverse accommodation, ranging from historic fjord hotels and urban boutique hotels to camping, glamping, and mountain cabins. Room rates are often fair compared to other countries, but we recommend that you book in advance.
In Norway, accommodation is as varied as the landscapes, and a reasonably priced hotel room or campground can surprisingly enough have a stunning view you would have to pay extra for in other parts of the world.
Hotels come in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges. Choose between luxury or boutique hotels, good standard chain hotels in a city or near an airport, family-friendly hotels, traditional historic hotels, or ski resorts in the mountains.
If you prefer cheaper accommodation, Norway offers beds in hostels, motels, and apartments. You can also quite easily find a space for your caravan or tent in a range of camping sites, many of which also have affordable camping cabins on their grounds.
And then there is all the quirkiness. Spend the summer at a farm and help out with the chores and the animals – or just read your book in total peace and quiet. Stay in a hotel in a waterfall, a cabin on a remote island, a treetop hut, or a lighthouse. The limits are set by your imagination only.