Romantic Places in Norway
Juvet Landscape Hotel
T: +47 950 32 010. 7 cabins. US$ 400-
Situated between two mountain peaks, Juvet consists of sleek modern cabins with heated floors and floor to ceiling glass panes overlooking birch trees and the Valldola River. Hidden away is a secluded open air spa. This newly built romantic hotel sits on the grounds of a picturesque 16th century farm and you dine in the farm’s rustic antique-filled barn..Located an 8-9 hours drive northwest from Oslo.
Fjaerland Valley This dramatic and gorgeous fjord contains Norway’s largest mountain, the Jostedal glacier, and a charming farming village, Mundal. A favorite destination of mountain climbers, located 7 hours drive north of Oslo.
6848 Fjærland, Norway
T: +47 57 69 31 01
An architecturally interesting Victorian hotel, one of the best preserved wooden hotels from that era.
Bergen, West Coast
Seven mountains and fjords surround Norway’s 2nd biggest city. It is known for its beauty and its music festivals; the 19th century composer Edvard Grieg lived here and his house is a living museum.
Osøyro pr. Bergen, Norway
T: +47 56 57 11 00. 135 rooms.
32 km outside Bergen, Bjornafjord boasts a spectacular waterside setting with mountain, fjord and distant glacier views. This romantic hotel was built in 1905 by the first prime minister of Norway.
Well, not really the North Pole. But pretty close.
T: +47 790 23500. 95 rooms.
The world’s most northernmost full-service hotel, less than 15 degrees from North Pole. Not the plushest of amenities, but with open views of Ice Fjord to the west and snow-bound mountains to the north,the romance is in the ends-of-the-world setting. People who venture outside of the settlement are advised to carry a gun (polar bears).