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Norway is known for its glittering fjords, snow-laden trees and mountainous skyline. There’s a reason this country is on so many bucket lists. You can sample excellent Scandinavian cuisine in Oslo, watch the Northern Lights in cosy fishing villages and go orca-spotting in the Lofoten Islands. The only downside? It’s rather expensive for non-Scandinavians. Below is a selection of Norway’s most enchanting hotels, some of which you’ll find along fjords, others close to cities and even one made out of ice.
This is an updated version of an article originally written by Louise Older Steffensen.