Hotels in Lofoten

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Lydersen Rorbuer
7.9 Good
Hovdanveien 46, Fredvang, Nordland, Norway
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0.0 mi from city centre, Fredvang, Norway 

Situated in Flakstad, Lydersen Rorbuer is within easy driving distance of Ramberg and offers free wireless internet, luggage storage and a sauna. It also provides a vending machine, a shared kitchen and a dart board.

$35
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Sørvågen Inn
6.4 Good
E10 120, Sørvågen, Nordland, Norway
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0.1 mi from city centre, Sørvågen, Norway 

Sorvagen INN is located in Moskenes and offers free Wi-Fi.

$81
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Salteriet
8.3 Excellent
Å i Lofoten, Sørvågen, Nordland, Norway
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1.1 mi from city centre, Sørvågen, Norway 

Salteriet Hostel is located in Moskenes and features complimentary Wi-Fi. It also provides a tour desk.

$116
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Eliassen Rorbuer
8.5 Excellent
Hamnøy, Reine, Nordland, Norway
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1.5 mi from city centre, Reine, Norway 

Situated in the countryside, this hotel is under a short drive of the village of Reine. It also offers luggage storage, bicycle rental and a swimming pool.

$131
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Reine Rorbuer - By Classic Norway Hotels
8.7 Excellent
Reine, Reine, Nordland, Norway
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0.2 mi from city centre, Reine, Norway 

Situated in Moskenes, Reine Rorbuer - by Classic Norway Hotels is an easy drive from Sorvagen and provides a swimming pool. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary wireless internet.

$220
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Where to stay in Lofoten

About Lofoten

Lofoten will enchant you with its jagged peaks, remote islands and cobalt-blue bays. The archipelago boasts some of the most dramatic scenery in Norway and immerses visitors in the rugged natural beauty of the country.

Cycle routes meander across the archipelago and lead to charming fishing villages, such as Henningsvær. Brightly-painted buildings and picturesque canals give the village a postcard-perfect feel. The village has inspired a variety of artists over the years and is peppered with independent galleries.

A visit to the Lofotr Viking Museum charts the rich history and heritage of the fierce seafaring warriors. The museum occupies an 83-metre-long reconstructed Viking longhouse and is filled with axes, armour and other relics.

Kayaking tours take outdoor enthusiasts out into the water and showcase the archipelago through a different lens. Watch for seals, otters and porpoises splashing in the bay. From September to April, it’s possible to see the Northern Lights dancing in the sky.

Getting there

Svolvær is the largest town in the Lofoten archipelago and is a good launchpad for exploring the islands. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore Lofoten at your own pace. Harstad/Narvik Airport is a 2.5-hour drive away.

Facts about staying in Lofoten

  • Where is the best place to stay in Lofoten?

    Reine, Svolvær, and Leknes are some of the most favored places to stay in Lofoten.

  • What are the best hotels in Lofoten?

    Sakrisøy Gjestegård - Solbakken anno 1880, rated with a score of 9.1 from 938 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Lofoten. Other top stays include Lofoten Bed & Breakfast Reine - Rooms & Apartments, with an average rating of 8.0 from 958 reviewers, and Brygga Restaurant & Room, with a score of 8.2 from 385 reviewers.