Accommodation In Norway
The cosmopolitan style of Oslo and Kristiansand
Oslo is undoubtedly touched by the staggering beauty found throughout Norway, but this capital city is also a thriving cosmopolitan centre that gets you shopping, dining and partying in style. The city's variety is reflected in the accommodation, offering architectural masterpieces, including the 5-star Grand Hotel, alongside modern marvels such as The Thief.
Kristiansand, nicknamed the 'the coolest riviera', is a modern coastal oasis with a relaxed yet sophisticated vibe. Outdoor activities include fishing and sailing, while a range of bars and clubs keep you entertained after sunset. Hotels in Kristiansand range from 4-star luxury to more modest boutiques with quality amenities.
Stay amongst the mind boggling beauty of the west
The city of Bergen provides the perfect point from which to experience the beauty of Norway's western region. Surrounded by seven fjords, it boasts the World Heritage-listed Bryggen alongside quaint timber houses built up the mountainside. Hotels range from the historic Det Hanseatiske Hotel, to better known brands such as Radisson and Best Western.
Moving north, Trondheim is Norway's oldest city, boasting an abundance of stunning architecture framed by scenic views. Marvel at the gothic spires of the Trondheim Cathedral and prepare yourself for the magical sunsets over the Nidelva. A plethora of hotels makes booking your stay a breeze. 5-star luxury hotels are well represented along with a number of reasonably priced smaller hotels.
Travel to the land of the midnight sun
The northern reaches of Norway draw visitors throughout the year, thanks to a number of unique experiences. In the summer, the 'land of the midnight sun' provides travellers with a bevy of outdoor activities, from wildlife safaris to hiking and cycling through the pristine landscape. In the winter, it transforms into a snow-capped wonderland from which to enjoy the mystical Northern Lights.
There are a number of cities throughout the region that offer an unforgettable stay. You may want to consider the Lofoten Islands, as it is strikingly beautiful and provides an ideal location to see the Northern Lights. Accommodation is more modest in the less populated areas, but you can still find a number of quality hotels and charming B&Bs.