Norway, the land of the Norse Gods, is literally a traveler’s paradise. It is blessed with the most pristine and scenic natural landscapes, and also the most dynamic cities. While Oslo and Bergen may be amongst the most popular European backpacking destinations, Norway is best known for its fjords. If you venture further North, you can see the skies light up with the Northern Lights too. If you are toying with the idea of traveling through Norway, here is a look at the highest rated Norway hotels to help you:
Best Norway Hotels For A Paradisaical Experience
Budget? Luxury? We have options for all kinds of travelers listed right here:
1. The Union Geiranger
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Like most Norway hotels, the Geiranger is a family business, and is situated right amongst the mountain ridges cut by glaciers. The hotel may be a hundred years old, but has all modern facilities on-site. The Union Bath and Spa stands out for its attention to personal care and the use of the unique geography of Geiranger in treatments. The Studebaker is the establishment’s on-site dance bar that offers live local music six days a week.
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2. Store Reinghein Hotel
One of the top rated Norway hotels, you can get a sense of the Norwegian rural life here while keeping the best of modern comforts. The ensuite rooms are housed in buildings that used to be a farmhouse and an old house going back 300 years. Breakfast for guests is usually served in an old barnyard. The hotel has easy access to Outdoor Norway, a guided mountain biking trail for tourists.
3. Hotel Ullensvang
One of the best Norway hotels, Ullensvang is a great place to spend the weekend. It has rooms with spectacular views of fjords that dot the Hordaland county. The hotel itself has all facilities you could ask for – indoor and outdoor heated pools, tennis courts, an outdoor spa as well as canoes that you can rent for the lake. The hotel would be an apt choice if you wish to have an authentic experience of the Norwegian wilderness.
4. Walaker Hotel
The Walakers have been running the place for more than nine generations, and have learned a thing or two about hospitality. This place won the Tripadvisor Traveler’s choice for Norway hotels this year. The hotel is located on the edge of a scenic lake, and you can see the blue mountains beyond. Its location also makes it one of Norway’s Northern Lights hotels.
5. Abra Havn
Built to emulate the universe of Kaptein Sabeltann, presumably the Marvel character Captain Sabretooth, this theme hotel has 171 ensuite pirate cabins. The staff and everyone else within the hotel premises dresses up and talks like a pirate. The place is great for families with little children. The in-house restaurant has several ‘pirate’ dishes that are a novelty that should be tried.
6. Engo Gard
This is one of the finest 5 star Norway hotels. The Engo Garde is on the shores of the Baltic Sea, the edge of the world. The staff is focussed on your well being. The restaurant offers great local and international cuisine. Moreover, there is a golf course and a beach where you can chill out during the summers, and also an indoor pool where you can take a dip and relax.
7. Comfort Hotel Karl Johan
Comfort hotels are code for cheap hotels in Norway. This hotel is a great option for tourists looking for a good accommodation in Oslo. For the price, it has great facilities – there is a great restaurant with ethnic cuisine, a bar and a gym, and above all, complimentary breakfast. The hotel also has clean, well maintained rooms and a very cooperative and friendly staff that can speak English. Finally, the hotel is centrally located in the heart of Oslo and all places of interest are close by.
8. The Thief
The Thief is amongst the best five star Norway hotels in Oslo. Not many luxury hotels in Norway come close in terms of the world class restaurants, spa, and qualified staff that The Thief is known for. The rooms are spacious and extremely well maintained and the staff is very polite. The hotel building has an intriguing architecture that does not match that of the older buildings in the vicinity. The rooms opening up to the adjacent harbour have a nice view of the maritime life of Oslo. This is undoubtedly one of the best hotels in Oslo, Norway.
9. Opus XVI
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This is one of the best hotels in Bergen, Norway. The hotel rooms are small but charming in their furnishing. Travelers from across the globe have consistently singled out the restaurant for praise. Each experience here is unique. For instance, the hotel building is exquisite and bears the signatures of several great architects.
10. Grand Hotel Terminus
This is one of Bergen, Norway’s hotels near the train station. Although another comfort hotel, it is great value for money if you do not want to spend too much. Right across the Bergen train station, it has spacious rooms and a friendly staff. The staff understand English which is useful for directions.
These hotels offer the best places to stay and explore the impossibly beautiful Norwegian landscapes. Summers are the best time to visit, and we suggest that you plan your vacation right away if you want to block a room in these splendid Norway hotels. Book your trip to Norway with us and leave now!
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