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Where to Stay in Norway

Norway has plenty of hotels, both posh new ones as well as old properties, which are as elegant as anywhere else. The main problem, at least as far as budget travellers are concerned, is that most establishments are prohibitively expensive. But popular with the tourists, Oslo and Bergen are where you will find the maximum options for accommodation, even in the budget category of places to stay.

First Hotel Marin Bergen, Radisson Blu Hotel Norge Bergen, Scandic Kna Hotel Oslo, Thon Hotel Europa Oslo, Comfort Hotel Trondheim and Scandic Solsiden Hotel Trondheim are only a few luxury and deluxe accommodation options to name in Norway.

Somewhat cheaper, but still nowhere close to economy class, are Norway’s many pensions, smaller hotels and private rooms. Remember that most hotels offer discounts during the summer- check before reserving a room; you might be able to get it cheaper than the rack rate.

For budget accommodation, the two best options are the many youth hostels and campsites across the country. Norway has about 90 youth hostels, operated by the Norske Vandrerhjem- usually comfortable and affordable, though most tend to get very full during the peak tourist season. For those who like the great outdoors, camping is even cheaper than a hostel- there are hundreds of campsites (some with cozy cabins too) all across Norway, and there’s no restriction on pitching your tent and `doing your own thing’, if you’re so inclined.

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