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Opened in 2008, the Myhregaarden is Stavanger's most stylish hotel and has a far more personal touch than most chain hotels...
Det Hanseatiske Hotel
Now here's something special. The only hotel to be housed inside the old timber buildings that evoke Bryggen's bygone age, Det Hanseatiske Hotel is a step back into a luxurious Bergen past...
This boutique hotel, right on the waterfront, has oodles of charm. An ex-warehouse and protected building – just look at the wonderful old beams they've preserved – it combines tradition with strictly contemporary comfort and style...
This mastodon of a hotel with nearly 250 rooms was constructed in 1897...
Across a bridge on the islet of Svinøya, site of Svolvær's first settlement, are several cabins, some historic, most contemporary, and all cosy and comfortable...
Thon Hotel Kirkenes
This brand-new waterside hotel is Thon-boxy from the exterior. Within, though, it's open, vast and exciting, offering great views of the sound and a cluster of laid-up Russian trawlers to starboard...
'A temple to lift your spirits' – so observed King Rama V of Siam when he stayed here in 1898 during his grand Norwegian tour. Over a century later, there's no reason to gainsay his judgement...
Occupying a prime quayside position, it's immediately recognisable by its tall spire resembling a ship's mast. It sometimes swallows as many as five tour groups per day so summer reservations are advisable...
Dalen Bed & Breakfast
It might not have the history of the Dalen Hotel but in our opinion this family-run venture is the better option...
Thon Hotel Kautokeino
This brand-new hotel is built on the site of its predecessor, which burnt to the ground a few years ago. It's a lovely structure with an exterior of mellow wood, built low to blend with its few neighbours. Within, rooms are cheerful and cosy...
Retaining much of its period furniture and run by the same family ever since it was built in 1891, it features a welcoming lounge and a lovely round tower...
Formerly known as Rosendal Gjestegiveri, this lovely designer guesthouse opposite the quay dates from 1887, but a recent overhaul has given it a fresh, contemporary look...
Arguably Norway's most spectacularly sited hotel, this stunning place has large rooms, around half of which have glorious views. Not surprisingly, the hotel (room 324 in particular) once featured in Conde Nast's 'best rooms with a view'...
Located in a quiet, pleasant neighbourhood, this homey pension offers one of the best deals in the capital. The building dates from 1890 and many of the original features (high ceilings, rose designs) remain...
Radisson Blu Hotel Bodø
This contemporary hotel has bright rooms and a top-floor bar to better view the harbour and mountains. Breakfast is served in the Sjøsiden restaurant with its picture windows.
At Storvågan, below the museum complex, this snazzy, modern seaside place owes nothing to history, but its strictly contemporary rorbuer are attractive and fully equipped...
Thon Hotel Maritim
Part of the consistently comfortable Thon chain of hotels, this modern hotel just back from the lakeshore keeps up the standard with spacious, well-appointed rooms. It's really only worth it in July or on weekends...
Two things make this place stand out. First, as Bergen's oldest family-run hotel, it's renowned for the friendliness of its welcome...
Architecturally exciting, the welcoming Fjordstuer replicates the squat, solid forms of typical fisherfolk cottages. Half of its 18 rooms have fjord views and balconies (Nkr200 supplement)...
A haunt of the English aristocracy in the 19th century (they came for the fishin'), the vast, 121-room – which, despite its size manages to be intimate and welcoming – Fretheim is as much sports and social centre as hotel...
Overlooking the harbour, this attractive hotel is Henningsvær's finest choice. It's modern, with comfortable rooms furnished in contemporary design, yet constructed in a traditional style that blends harmoniously with its neighbours...
Thon Hotel Astoria
This might be marketed as a Thon 'budget' hotel, but if it weren't for the slightly smaller than normal bathroom and the lack of a minibar or pay TV, there would be nothing to distinguish this hotel from some much more expensive options...