Norway // Accommodation //

Historic hotels


Most of Norway’s hotels may be modern, but a goodly number of old ones have survived, many of them distinguished by their charming, late nineteenth- to early twentieth-century wooden architecture, all high, pointed gables and fancy scrollwork. Forty-two of these vintage hotels have banded together as De Historiske Hoteller, a membership organization which publishes all sorts of promotional material and coordinates special deals and offers. Great stuff.

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