Nautical Norwegian town
Built in 1937 by the local architect from whom the hotel derives its name, Eilert Smith is a stylish seaside stay in pretty Stavanger. Rooms are decorated in serene Scandi style, with natural wood, tactile fabrics and locally made furnishings; most have a kitchenette, so you can pop on the kettle when your in-room breakfast is delivered each morning. Dramatic fjords and soaring hiking trails may entice you to spend your days outdoors – but the hotel’s in-demand modern Norwegian restaurant will tempt you back inside for decadent multi-course dinners. Top off the night with a warming cocktail, clamber back to your cosy bed and start all over again the next morning.
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An assortment of local chocolates and a tin of King Oscar brisling sardines (a Norwegian classic)