Norwegian hotels have high standards in cleanliness and comfort—and often sky-high prices to match. Even the simplest youth hostels provide good mattresses with fluffy down comforters and clean showers or baths. Breakfast, usually served buffet style, is often included in the room price at hotels. Bellhops are not the norm, so expect to carry your own bags, even in high-end hotels.

Quintessentially Scandinavian "hytter," rentals that range from small wooden cabins to bigger chalet-type houses, are as ubiquitous on the coast as they are in mountainous areas. Ideally suited to families and small groups, they offer good value for money, and allow you to be close to nature while still enjoying some degree of comfort. Local and regional tourist offices can help you book accommodation in a hytter, as well as the company Norgesbooking.


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