Hotels in Norway
Louis XVI Revival-style building with opulent interiors that is known for hosting Nobel Peace Prize winners.
Room to Book: Junior suites facing the Karl Johan Street.
A series of glass-and-wood boxes scattered across a mountainside in northwestern Norway, the Juvet hotel looks to be the result of some sort of high-modern architectural airdrop maneuver.
A high-design newcomer offering organic food in its restaurant, iPod docking stations, and Bang & Olufsen televisions.
Pleasant, if ordinary, rooms and a great location on one of Oslo’s best shopping streets.
In a country where “south of the border” means below the Arctic Circle, there’s a hotel with a surprising Latin flavor, the Radisson SAS Hotel Nydalen.
Located in a wood-beamed former Hanseatic trading house constructed after the great fire of 1702.
Right between St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Temple Bar, a ho-hum stretch of Golden Lane, the Radisson Sas Royal boasts a surprisingly cool interior, especially for an affordable business hotel.