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Bodø, Norway

Dream stays: our top 3 must-stay hotels in Bodø, Norway

Bodø’s most stylish and personal hotel stays

Nordland is a region in Norway known for its diverse landscapes, including mountains, fjords, and coastal areas. Bodø, the capital, is a significant urban centre in the region, offering access to natural attractions like the Saltstraumen maelstrom and the opportunity to see the Northern Lights. Bodø hotels provide various accommodation options, from budget-friendly to luxury, catering to different visitor needs. These hotels are ideal bases for exploring the local scenery, cultural sites and outdoor activities. Whether you’re in Nordland for adventure or relaxation, Bodø hotels play a crucial role in your experience, offering comfort and convenience for your stay.

Overview: Bodø’s 3 best hotels

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Wood Hotel Bodø

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Kjerringøy Bryggehotell

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Scandic Havet

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Wood Hotel Bodø

Perched on Mount Rønvik, Wood Hotel Bodø emerges as a hallmark of sustainability in the Nordland region in Norway. This wooden masterpiece stretches across 10,000 square metres, blending seamlessly with the landscape, offering 145 rooms and 30 apartments. It boasts a low carbon footprint, thanks to its wood construction and solar-powered energy. Culinary delights await at the 7th-floor restaurant, crafted by award-winning chef Christian André Pettersen and his Nord Matstudio team, promising a menu based on local flavours and innovative twists. The hotel also features a rooftop wellness area with a sauna and outdoor pool, alongside a bar and the Turisthytta Café, revitalising a historic hiker’s haven​​​​​​​​.

Wood Hotel Bodø
Fjellveien 187
Bodø
Norway

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Kjerringøy Bryggehotell Bodø Nordland Norway hotel review

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Kjerringøy Bryggehotell

Kjerringøy Bryggehotell in Bodø is a blend of sleek architecture and serene waterfront charm.  It boasts rooms with private balconies offering sea or mountain vistas, alongside amenities such as free WiFi and a range of accommodation types including duplex apartments. The hotel offers a continental breakfast and features a restaurant and bar for culinary delights. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, you can enjoy hiking and cycling with available bike rentals. The property is also praised for its proximity to attractions, making it a favoured spot for both leisure and business guests​​​​.

Kjerringøy Bryggehotell
Kaiveien 135
Bodø
Norway

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Scandic Havet Bodø Nordland Norway hotel review

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Scandic Havet

Scandic Havet in Bodø, elegantly poised at the quay’s edge, with a perfect vantage point over nature’s splendour. Housing 234 smoke-free rooms and suites, Scandic Havet redefines comfort and accessibility. The Roast Restaurant & Bar on the 17th floor, offers a glimpse into the vast beauty of Svartisen and Lofoten, along with culinary delights from Jospergrill’s grilled specialties. Havneutsikten restaurant is known for serving Bodø’s best breakfast. Adventure beckons with unique experiences, from rib boat breakfasts on pristine beaches to braving autumnal storms at the city pier​​​​.

Scandic Havet
Tollbugata 5
Bodø
Norway

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