Where to stay in Norway

From ultra-chic city hideaways to cosy log cabins, Norway is blessed with some fantastic places to stay. But, for something truly unique, spend a night in an ice hotel. There's even the possibility of staying in a converted radio station on Svalbard, an island flung out towards the North Pole. The following have all been recommended by our destination experts, having travelled, worked and even lived in their specialist regions.

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Clarion Hotel The Edge

Clarion Hotel The Edge

Contemporary Hotel

» typically up to £300 per room per night

Funken Lodge, Longyearbyen

Funken Lodge, Longyearbyen

Traditional Hotel

» typically up to £200 per room per night

Radisson Blu Polar, Longyearbyen

Radisson Blu Polar, Longyearbyen

Contemporary Hotel

» typically up to £200 per room per night

Aurora Expeditions’ Greg Mortimer

Aurora Expeditions’ Greg Mortimer

Luxury Cruise Ship

» typically up to £400 per room per night

Basecamp Hotel

Basecamp Hotel

Small & Intimate Lodge

» typically up to £200 per room per night