Norway Luxury Hotels

Norway luxury hotels are among the most sumptuous in the world, and while saving money can be an important priority while planning a Norwegian vacation, for some vacations, a splurge is in order—and this one is well worth the money. With updated, modern furnishings and a wide array of services, travelers are sure to enjoy staying at these beautiful hotels. As the two largest cities in the country, Oslo and Bergen offer a more abundant selection of Norway luxury hotels than other destinations do, but they can be found outside of these cities with a little research.

Oftentimes, the largest cities offer the largest assortment of choices for accommodations, Oslo, the capital and largest city in Norway, doesn’t disappoint. This city has abundant options for hotels, from budget to five-star. Oslo luxury hotels are managed by several companies, including Thon and Radisson SAS,. Thon Gyldenlove and Thon Terminus are both conveniently located near shops and sightseeing attractions, offering a host of amenities and facilities. Radisson SAS Plaza, in addition to being the largest hotel in Norway, offers beautiful views of the city and fjord, while Radisson Nydalen allows guests to choose from two types of rooms, Chilli and Urban, both offering excellent amenities. Travelers seeking luxury accommodation in Norway are sure to be pleased with any of these options.

There are even more opulent selections for travelers who are looking for the highest quality available. These Oslo luxury hotels include Thon Hotel Bristol (pictured), Hotel Continental Oslo, Grand Hotel Oslo, and Grims Grenka, which offer abundant amenities, facilities, and services. MS Innvik is a unique option for luxury accommodation in Norway—it’s a ship docked near the train station that offers cabins as well as meals and entertainment.

Bergen, the second-largest city in Norway, provides guests with a generous collection of Norway luxury hotels. Clarion and Radisson SAS are among the biggest names in Bergen, and there are three hotels within the city that are managed by Clarion: the Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport, a contemporary hotel near the airport; Clarion Hotel Admiral, which offers more traditional lodging with a view of the harbor; and Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret. The Havnekontoret, which boasts a neo-classical design and is located near the historic Bryggen area, is one of the most updated establishments among the Bergen luxury hotels. Among the Radisson options, the Radisson SAS Hotel Norge and Royal Hotel Bryggen offer high standards of accommodations in each guest room and throughout the hotel, along with a variety of facilities and amenities.

Throughout the country, travelers will find a diverse assortment of high-end hotels, and in addition to varying options for amenities and plush surroundings, there are a variety of choices in the types of accommodations as well. Some hotels feature spas, and for travelers who want to see the fjords and other outdoor attractions, finding cruises with high-end rooms is another option. Whether you choose to stay at Bergen or Oslo luxury hotels, or in one of the other cities, staying at luxury accommodation in Norway is sure to leave you with fond memories of your relaxing vacation.



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