€81 - €99
|CHEAPEST CITY IN NORWAY||Lillehammer||7% cheaper||Hotels in Lillehammer are the cheapest in Norway at just €81 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN NORWAY||Oslo||12% more expensive||Oslo has the highest priced hotels in Norway with rooms averaging €99 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN NORWAY||Lillehammer||34% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Lillehammer than any other city in Norway|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Norway near Oslo sentralstasjon then you are in luck. momondo recommends 10 hotels near Oslo sentralstasjon and on average, hotels in the area cost €94/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Oslo sentralstasjon are very similar to the average price of a hotel in Norway, which is €93.
|Low season||May||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||January||most expensive time to stay|
|22%||expected price decrease|
|31%||expected price increase|
€107 - €199
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Tuesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€110||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€144||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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|Grand Hotel Oslo|
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If you have never stayed in a hotel in Norway, you might want to try one located within Oslo. This fast-growing city is the capital of Norway, and is home to hotels that are quite comfortable and affordable, such as the Citybox Oslo, located at Prinsen Gate. It is among the best cheap hotels in Norway and is centrally positioned, allowing guests to access the sites and attractions in Oslo, Norway. Alternatively, you could book hotels in Norway, Bergen City, such as the Comfort Hotel Bergen Airport Terminal hotel. This hotel is located at Bergen Airport and is close to the Lagunen Shopping Center, Hordamuseet Museum, Arboretet, and downtown Blomsterdalen. You have a variety of transportation options to choose from depending on where your destination is. Oslo offers biking and walking options that are affordable and convenient for warmer days and shorter trips. You could opt for a rental car, taxi, bus, light rail, ferries, or train to get to your destination for a longer trip.
Norway has a mild climate compared to the other destinations within the same latitude, which makes it a busy tourist attraction all through the year. It has some of the most spectacular attractions and Norway hotels. Are the northern lights on your bucket list? The Sarnes Seaside Cabins are the best place to visit. You will be able to view the northern lights on site from the cabins for free. The hotel also offers northern lights tours at an extra fee and has sea views, a private beach area, a patio, and hot tubs. Alternatively, the Stavanger region located in the southwestern part of Norway is a good destination to consider when vacationing in Norway. Find cheap hotels in Norway, Stavanger, such as the beautiful Verven 2A. This hotel is within proximity of the Stavanger Ferry Port, Solvberget, Lysefjord, the Pulpit Rock, and the Stavanger Botanical garden, which you can access at a fee.
The Norway nightlife scene is far from boring. The music is electrifying, and the people are in high spirits. The nightlife offers a wide range of entertainment options like game bars, DJ lineups, and concerts. Therefore, you have to pick your destination wisely. Oslo, Stavanger, Tromso, and Bergen have a lively nightlife setting. A good example is the Kulturhuset in Oslo, located along Youngs Gate. This club offers more than your normal club does. You will enjoy delicious food, good ambiance and vibes, sufficient space, a full-stacked bar, and library space. The club is easily accessible from the nearest Norway hotels like the Thon Hotel Terminus and Comfort Hotel Xpress Youngstorget. Both hotels offer an onsite bar/lounge just in case you prefer to unwind onsite. As you enjoy the nightlife, make sure you have a taste of the most popular Norwegian cuisine like Lutefisk, Lefse, Kjottboller, Pinnekjott, Fiskesuppe, Pizza Grandiosa, Farikal, Sodd, Skillingsboller, and Medisterkaker.
Bergen and the western fjords are home to some of the best historical world heritage sites. You could book hotels in Norway, specifically in Bergen, such as the Zander K Hotel, which is near the KODE art museum and composer homes. The proximity makes it easier for you to access the off-site historical and art attraction at a fee. The museum offers free access to children under the age of 18 and KODE Members. If you get a Bergen card, you will get a discount if you visit the museum between May and September and free access between October and April. The museum is mainly busy during the summer. The Stavanger region in Norway is also home to historical and art monuments, such as the Stavanger Cathedral, Telecom Museum, Solvberet, Museum of Archeology, Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Stavanger Maritime Museum, Valberg Tower, Stavanger Museum, and the Norwegian Canning Museum. Book hotels in Norway located close to the attractions for easier and cheaper access, such as the Radisson Blue Atlantic Hotel Stavanger. This Norway hotel is located less than an hour from all these destinations and will offer you a comfortable stay.
Visiting Norway in July would make for the least expensive trip at just €93 per night on average. To save on your trip, avoid planning it during August, as this is the most expensive month on average.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Norway to travel to is Oslo.
Tromsø is the most expensive city in Norway to book a hotel room in. The nightly rate of €122 is 31% more than the average city in Norway.
If you’re looking for the best deal when visiting Norway, consider staying in Aurlandsvangen. According to our data, Aurlandsvangen is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Norway, with an average nightly rate of €26, 69% below the country’s average.
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