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Sleep in a wooden design hotel in the mountains, spend the weekend at a spa hotel, or drop your suitcase in a chain hotel before going out to explore the city.

Norway has hotels for all tastes and budgets, whether you prefer cheap accommodation, luxury or boutique hotels, family-friendly hotels, traditional historic hotels, or just want to book a room for the night in an ordinary hotel in a city or near the airport. You can also find one-of-a-kind dwellings close to nature or in the countryside, or hotels close to the slopes of Norway’s best ski resorts.

Rates and discounts

Hotel prices in Norway are not particularly expensive. The average price for a double room in 2022 was around 1350 NOK, or 116 euro/126 dollar, and a good breakfast is almost always included in the price.

The numerous large hotel chains throughout the country often have individual holiday passes and discount schemes, especially if you stay for a longer time or travel off season. 

We advise you to book well in advance, though, especially if you are coming to Norway during the summer months or if you are travelling to Tromsø in winter to see the northern lights.

Conference and meetings 

Norway is rising to prominence as a conference country. Many Norwegian hotels have specialised in arranging meetings and conferences. Find more information in our meetings section.

Counting stars?

There is no official star rating of hotels in Norway. Stars from one to five are given only by online booking agencies to make it possible for you to compare the hotels in the area you want to go to.

Get great offers from our partners Classic Norway HotelsRadisson Blu Hotels, Scandic Hotels, Strawberry, and Thon Hotels.

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