Destinations in Norway

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Norway

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 9.8, 318 reviews)
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Camillas Hus is situated in Oslo, in the Frogner district. The property is located 1.1 miles from Aker Brygge. Guests can have a drink at the bar.Gues ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 9.3, 353 reviews)
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Opened in September 2018, this hotel is situated next to the Storo Storcenter shopping centre, between the Storo and Nydalen neighborhoods of Oslo, ab ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 9.0, 462 reviews)
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Featuring rooms with a in-built sound system and private balcony, The Thief is a design boutique hotel on Tjuvholmen in Oslo. The promenade of Aker Br ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 8.7, 771 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Oslo! Featuring a restaurant on site, this design boutique hotel is 1,650 feet from the Royal Palace. Guests can enjoy ameni ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 8.6, 811 reviews)
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This stylish hotel is 1,500 feet from Oslo Central Station and the main street, Karl Johans gate. It offers a roof terrace, a complimentary light even ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 8.5, 1 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Oslo! This eco-friendly boutique hotel, 12 minutes' walk from Karl Johan Gate, offers an organic breakfast and designer room ...

— Oslo, Norway

(Rated 8.4, 5129 reviews)
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This central hotel is just 100 m from the National Gallery and Oslo’s main shopping street, Karl Johans Gate. Free WiFi and a popular in-house resta ...

Norway - The Land Of Fjords And The Midnight Sun

Norway is famous for its natural wonders, such as the Nærøyfjord fjords, the Jotunheimen mountains and the midnight sun. This stunning country is also known for its vibrant culture and people. Norwegian cities are all cosmopolitan wonderland's full of postcard-worthy Scandinavian architecture. Travel to Karasjok, the Sami capital, where you can experience Norway’s indigenous people first hand. Or explore the vast Norwegian Fjords - including Sognefjord the world’s second longest Fjord. In these areas, hiking, glacier walking and fishing are all great ways to get acquainted with the landscape. Make the most of the midnight sun if you’re in Norway in summertime. During this time the sun never sets north of the Arctic Circle, meaning for a couple of months the sun is visible all day. For your history fix, visit the Vikingskipshuset museum, home to two of the most well preserved viking ships in the world, built in the 9th century. Adrenaline junkies also have to check out one of Norway’s most popular attractions, the Holmenkollen Ski Jump. Here you can also learn about over 4,000 years of skiing history in the museum, and you’ll have a beautiful view of Oslo and the surrounding Fjords. To top it all off, you can see the beautiful Northern Lights from Norway, which are visible during the long Arctic nights in October and March. This natural light show has to be seen to be believed.

Travel Norway

Experience Sápmi Culture Park

Travel to the Sami capital of Karasjok and experience the culture of Norway’s indigenous people. For the most intimate cultural experience, be sure to head along to Sápmi Culture Park, where you can meet the locals, join in with the traditional Sami yoik singing, and try some Sami food. If you’re game, you can also have a go at lassoing a reindeer.

Head Along To The Molde Jazz Festival

The Molde Jazz Festival is Europe’s oldest annual jazz festival, however that hasn’t stopped it’s momentum, as the festival still attracts almost 100,000 visitors every year. Come July you can experience over 100 concerts, along with street shops, art exhibitions and dazzling outdoor restaurants.

Stay The Night At A Snow Hotel

From mid December you can have a unique experience courtesy of the The Kirkenes Snow Hotel. In this quirky hotel guest stay in rooms called “snow suites” which all come with mattresses, sleeping bags and whole lot of snow art. There’s also a fantastic snow bar and restaurant, as well as a communal sleeping area.

Tips And Travel Information For Norway

Money The currency in Norway is the Norwegian krone (KR). Many Norwegian banks will happily provide you with a debit card which can be used at any ATM around the country. You’ll also be able to withdraw money from most ATMs using an international credit card such as Visa or Mastercard. Getting Around Norway has a well established and efficient public transport system. Featuring buses, trains, ferries and planes. You’ll also find different networks which specialise in local services and long distance services. Which one you choose will largely depend on where you intend to travel. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Mid-Jun - Mid-Aug) Moderate (May - Mid-Jun & Mid-Aug - Sep) Quiet Season (Oct - Apr) High season in Norway falls between mid June and mid August. During this time accomodation and transport are often booked out in advance. This is because accommodation prices are usually at their lowest. Low season is between October and April, during this time conditions can be extremely cold and many attractions may be closed. It is a perfect time to see The Northern Lights however.

Find Boutique Hotels In Norway

Stay in a place just as exquisite as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Norway.