Here you get an overview of hotels and inns in Helgeland. You decide whether to stay in the heart of a coastal town, a fjordside or inland village, or on one of the many islands off the Helgeland coast.

The towns of Sandnessjøen and Brønnøysund have hotels and inns that serve as a great holiday base for exploring the Helgeland coast. The towns of Mosjøen and Mo i Rana are strategically situated for exploring the inland regions, and for enjoying notable local attractions such as the historic Sjøgata street, the Sherpa-built Helgeland Stairs, the Svartisen glacier, the amazing natural marble formations called Marmorslottet, and many more.

And should you want something more, given Helgeland’s colourful coastal heritage right at hand, we suggest you choose one of the hotels or inns on one of the islands.

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Vefsna Lodge

At Vefsna Lodge you will find Emmas Kammers (Emma’s Chamber), a restaurant that offers delicious homemade meals for groups of 6–30 people.

Korgfjellet Fjellstue Lodge

At the top of Korgfjellet pass, midway between the towns of Mo i Rana and Mosjøen, is Korgfjellet Fjellstue, a lodge that offers hearty meals. Tired travellers will be pleased to find good options for an overnight stay.

Thon Hotel Brønnøysund

Thon Hotel Brønnøysund is situated in the heart of this coastal town in southern Helgeland. The hotel offers attractive new rooms, a restaurant with à la carte dining, and plenty of free parking for guests.

Scandic Meyergården Hotel – Dine and stay in Mo i Rana

Scandic Meyergården Hotel is situated in Mo i Rana’s town centre. Its restaurant features a menu based on locally sourced ingredients. Whether you are with your family, friends or colleagues, this hotel is an ideal place to stay. It’s close to premier hiking destinations such as Rabothytta cabin and Marmorslottet (the Marble Castle).

Fru Haugans Hotel in Mosjøen

Fru Haugans Hotel, renowned for maintaining its time-honoured traditions, is a proud member of the Historic Hotels & Restaurants of Norway. It is situated at the end of Sjøgata street, the historic heart of Mosjøen.

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