Book cheap hotels in Norway

Norway is a once in a life time destination with stunning landscapes, and beautiful fjords as well as cosmopolitan cities to visit. Here you will find the best five places in Norway that you definitely should visit. We have also added some hotel-suggestions for each city and region. Would you like to get an insight into the most beautiful hotels in Norway? You can enjoy a wonderful holiday destination here. This country has a lot to offer: a versatile nature, great restaurants, architectural landmarks and a very warm culture. There are numerous hotels to book. There are quite a few budget hotels from €95,00 per overnight stay. Would you like to enjoy a more exclusive hotel room? Then you pay an average of €187,00 per overnight stay. You have many options here for a sun holiday. It is also a beautiful country in winter. Book your cheap hotel room in Norway easily online. Choose one of the hotel providers and book the best offers.

Capital cityOslo
Price of hotel accommodation€143,00
Official languageNorwegian, Sami
CurrencyNorwegian krone (NOK)
Favorable travel timeMay to August
Area of the country324220 km2
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
AirlineScandinavian Airlines
Large Airport Oslo Airport (IATA:OSL)

Important info
Are you going on holiday to Norway? Below we offer some practical information. The country’s capital is Oslo. The currency is Norwegian krone (NOK). The Norwegian time zone is UTC+01:00 (CET). The most spoken language(s): Norwegian, Sami. The current population is about 5.434.319 inhabitants. The country’s total land area is 324220 km2. Information about power and electricity: the voltage is 230 V, 50 Hz and the type of electrical sockets is C / F. The international access number is +47.

Compare best hotels in Norway (June 2024)

The best regions for your hotel stay in Norway

Norway has versatile holiday areas. Please select one of the available regions below. You can then read additional details and research the different hotel offers. Also explore hotel accommodations in Algeria & Guyana.

Populaire plekken in deze regio:

Eastern Norway

  • Known for Jotunheimen National Park and urban life in the capital of Oslo, this area is just one of the many places to visit in Norway, and you will not be disappointed if you select the Fjell & Fjord region as one of your focal points.
  • The perfect combination of fjords, waterfalls, glaciers, and mountains, this area is nothing short of spectacular for scenic views.
  • The Nærøyfjord, has been voted by National Geographic Magazine as “the world’s best preserved tourist destination.” Given a place on UNESCO’s elite list with the likes of Victoria Falls and the Great Wall of China; just imagine how beautiful this area must be.

Fjord Norway

  • Western Norway is famous for fjords, mountains, hiking, glacier walking, fishing, and cycling.
  • With dramatic panoramic views from Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock, also called Prekestolen) and Kjerag, you can also travel the length of Ryfylke’s fjords by boat either as an express, ferry, or sightseeing trip.

Northern Norway

  • Known for its northern lights, wildlife safaris, and midnight sun, it is also home to the Sami, Norway’s indigenous people.
  • Of all the places to visit in Norway, missing the opportunity to take in The Arctic Circle Area and the coast of Helgeland that offers highlands, alpine mountains, deep lush valleys, fjords, glaciers, caves and thousands of islands would be a mistake indeed.
  • Where else can you go to hike 922 metres above sea level up Tomskjevelen Mountain in an archipelago?
  • Svartisen Glacier, the second largest glacier on mainland Norway can be visited on a fjord cruise. The Arctic Circle Area is loaded with caves and potholes just waiting for the next explorer.
  • Also located in the north is Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park, one of Norway’s most varied national parks.

Southern Norway

  • Home of the Norwegian summer and known for its rocky coastline and small villages, one of the great places to visit in Norway is Rjukan.
  • Gaustatoppen towers regally above the town of Rjukan and at a hefty 1,883 meters above sea level, around 30,000 people make the trip up to the summit every year.
  • Offering a view of close to 1/6’TH of all of Norway from the top of this summit, it is a definite “have to do” if you are visiting Norway.
  • Another must is to take a ride on the Krossobanen Cable Car, the very first cable car to be built in Northern Europe.

Central Norway

  • While in Central Norway experience: eagles, seals, archipelago safaris, hunting, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, historical wanderings, riding, and kayaking.
  • Go fishing and head out to catch the big one.
  • Produce a few life-long memories by going on an eagle, bird and seal safari in the Froan Landscape Protected Area.
  • Scuba dive for scallops. Explore history dating back several thousand years.

Data about public transportation in Norway

Norway offers many options for public transport. A popular airport in this area is Oslo Airport. Good transfers are available. The flag carrier is Scandinavian Airlines. They offer various destinations. Also research the last-minute deal options. Via you can read extra details regarding: tourism, tax, hospital care and the (passport) visa application process.

Regular hotel prices

Norwegian hotel prices depend on many factors. You can view the expected rates in the next scheme.

Hotel segmentPrices
Budget hotel€95,00
Standard room€143,00
Premium accommodation€187,00
Weekend trip€429,00
Dining (per person)€62,00
Average rates for an hotel stay in Norway

Climate & Weather Forecasts June 2024

Norway is a wonderful country. The climate can best be described as a Subarctic climate. The normal annual temperature is 1,8 degrees centigrade °C. In winter it is a bit colder. Take into account about -12,0 degrees Celsius. Temperatures rise during the summer. About 15,2 degrees centigrade °C. In the schedule below you get an impression of the weather of the coming days.

Best places to visit in Oslo (with hotel tips)


The capital is one of the biggest in Europe, but with a small population in comparison. The residents will tell you it’s super easy to leave city life behind. It’s located right by Oslofjord- not a fjord, but apparently pretty and worth visiting. It means that you can go hiking, cycling, ice- skating and kayaking all within the city limits. Staying in the city, you can visit museums for almost all tastes. At the National Gallery you can visit Edvard Munch’s The Scream in the flesh. Or you can visit a real life viking ship at the viking ship museum.

Hotel tips Oslo:

  1. Grand Hotel Oslo
  2. Oslo Guldsmeden Hotels
  3. Citybox Oslo


Surrounded by all of the seven’s, hills and fjords, Bergen is a city in yet another beautiful setting. The city has a beautiful cathedral worth checking out. Not to forget the UNESCO heritage site of Bryggen, the oldest most charming area of Bergen. It runs along the eastern shore of Vågen Harbour, it has rows of leaning gabled buildings with stacked stone or wood foundations. Bryggen means “The Wharf” and excavations of the area suggest the Quay’s original location was 140m further inland than it is today. It covers 13,000 sq metres and dates from 1702- there had been a fire before and the patterns dates back to 12th Century.

Hotel tips Bergen:

  1. MOXY Bergen
  2. Bergen Harbour Hotel
  3. Opus XVI

The Northern Fjords

Geirangerfjord is yet another Unesco World Heritage Site. The further north you go it’s more crinkly coastline and deeply cut fjords as you go into the region of Møre og Romsdal. Beautiful picture postcards, which makes you think of Slartibartfast from Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (if you don’t get the reference, please go read the book, it’s by Douglas Adams).

Hotel tips near the Northern Fjords:

  1. Hotel Union, Geiranger
  2. Hotel Utsikten, Geiranger
  3. Hotel Union, Øye

Lofoten Islands

Beautiful from the approach, the Lofoten Islands the islands spread out across the landscape with their tall craggy physique. The islands are separated from the main land by the vestfjorden and on each island you can find sheltered bays and sheep pastures, in the winter the islands are still popular with farmer- fisherman because spawning cod head up from the Barents Sea, though the numbers have dwindled in recent years.

Hotel tips near Lofoten Islands:

  1. Eliassen Rorbuer
  2. Hattvika Lodge
  3. Scandic Svolvaer