Located in the centre of Andenes and within a short walking distance of the lighthouse and Whale Centre, Hotel Marena has 29 comfortable rooms - single, twin and double - with shower and toilet, TV and free wireless Internet.
A hotel that has been offering guests a unique place to stay for over a century, Hotel Union Geiranger is found tucked on a mountainside and offering marvellous views across one of the world's most well-known fjords.
Situated on a small branch of the Hjorundfjord encircled by the Sunnmore Alps, this 27-room hotel is still as magnificent as it was when it originally opened its doors in 1891. Since then it has been privy to a number of famous visitors, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of the master detective, Sherlock Holmes. Situated in an elegant manor house and only a 2-hour drive from Alesund, the hotel features lavish furnishings tucked in some of Norway's magnificent mountain scenery.
Found in one of Norway's most isolated and beautiful areas near Kirkenes in the far north, the Snowhotel is a work of art that is rebuilt every year and is one of the most unique places to spend the night.
Centrally located in Norway's 'Paris of the North' of Tromso, this hotel offers 214 guestrooms on the city's quay, which stretches out over the Tromso strait and offers magnificent views of the harbour.
Consisting of two buildings, one historical and one modern, that are joined together by a glass house, the 100-room Thon Hotel Kristiansund is beautifully located by the sea and offers wonderful views of this magnificent city. The oldest part of the hotel is Brygga, a renovated clipfish dock that dates from 1915, yet all the rooms are modern and comfortable.