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Thon Hotel Hallingdal occupies a central position along national road 7, halfway between Gol and Geilo. The hotel is in Ål town centre, only a short way from the cultural centre, museums, ski arenas and the railway station.

 

The Comfort Hotel® Scandinavie is ideally located for business and leisure travelers. This Ålesund hotel is walking distance from the Ålesunds Museum, the town museum housing many artifacts from the turn of the century. The nearby Atlantic Sea-Park is one of the largest aquariums in northern Europe. Additional nearby points of interest include the Art Nouveau Centre, the Medieval Age Museum and the Stiftinga Sunnmøre Museum. Ålesund is the perfect place to explore some of Norway's most famous natural and cultural attractions. Ålesund is the perfect starting point for excursions to some of Norway's best-known tourist attractions, including the famous Geirangerfjord, the beautiful Hjørungfjord or dramatic Trollstigen Road. A wide selection of restaurants, cafés, pubs and nightclubs are located in the surrounding area. Ålesund is home to the annual Norwegian Food Festival with its bustling crowds and enthusiasm for food. For guest enjoyment, Kaptein Brudebar cocktail lounge is located on the premises. This Ålesund hotel features many luxurious amenities and features, including: * Free full breakfast * Free wireless Internet access on the property * Banquet and meeting rooms (up to 80 people) * Fishing boat rentals

 
First Hotel Atlantica
Alesund, Norway
Atlantica

First Hotel Atlantica Alesund is situated by the old and bustling fishing port of Brosund. The hotel overlooks the fjord and has a mountain backdrop. Guests can visit numerous museums and city sights, which are all located just around the corner.

 

With beautiful views of the mountains and fjord, this newly opened Quality Hotel Waterfront Alesund is part of the city’s historic buildings. Guests will enjoy the Art Nouveau buildings as well as take a short trip to the top of the city mountain Aksla providing a panoramic view of the archipelago, city and majestic mountains bordering the fjords.

 
Radisson Blu Hotel
Alesund, Norway
Alesund Radisson Sas

The brand new Radisson BLU Hotel is in downtown Ålesund and offers fabulous views of the mountains rising from the deep blue sea and the nearby islands. The hotel has an established cooperation with cultural events and adventurous trips in the town and guests can join the tours to the world famous Geirangerfjord and the wild waterfalls there. North Sea blends with the Mediterranean at the Bulls Brygge, the all-day dining hotel restaurant, while the hotel bar is the perfect place to unwind with a drink. Guests can enjoy a fabulous sunset, a light meal and drink at our private quay where coastal steamer, Hurtigruten, arrives twice a day and puts on quite a show. The hotel has eight meeting rooms and can accommodate up to 350 delegates, theatre style.

 
Scandic Alesund
Alesund, Norway
Hotel Alesund

Scandic Ålesund is in a distinctive seaside location, with a salty tang in the air. Youll find yourself surrounded by typical Ålesund features: the Moljagapet, Skansekaia and the 'Ålesundet'. Our restaurant, Molja, offers tasty local specialities with exciting additions from around the world, served in maritime surroundings. Opposite Molja is the Ba(r)bord bar, the place to meet before or after a meal. Here you can enjoy light refreshments while relaxing with a newspaper and a coffee - youll find it refreshing to sit in the warmth while a storm rages against the windows. Several of our rooms have recently been refurbished in accordance with Scandics environmental standard.

 
Thon Hotel Alesund
Alesund, Norway

 
Alta Igloo Hotel
Alta, Norway

Norway's largest and the world's northernmost icehotel will be opening again in the middle of January 2008. It is situated at the Alta Friluftspark, approximately 15 km from the centre of Alta. The hotel is the only of its kind in Norway and measures almost 2000 square metres. The entire exterior and interior is made of snow and ice; the rooms, the beds, even the glasses in the bar! Apart from its 80 beds the Alta Igloo Hotel houses suites, an ice gallery, an ice-bar, an ice chapel and several lounges. The hotel is decorated with ice-sculptures - exquisite works of art - which in combination with the pure white snow create a fairy-tale atmosphere. The changing themes every year ensure a unique experience: The winter months can be bitingly cold on the banks of the river, but the temperatures inside the igloo remain constant between minus 4 and minus 7 Centigrade. Thanks to natural reindeer-hide "mattresses" and sleeping-bags that keep you warm down to minus 30, you will have a comfortable night. We recommend to our guests to wear woollen underwear and a hat during the night. You do not take your luggage into your room when spending the night at the icehotel. The service building contains a luggage room where your bags are stored safely during your stay. The rooms contain only your beds, while other facilities like toilets, changing rooms, showers and sauna are in the warm service building to ensure your comfort. The sauna is heated every morning at 07 o'clock. In the evening we serve dinner in one of our two restaurants (Laksestua or Gabo) at 20.30. After the check in you will get a guided tour of the hotel and you will receive further practical information regarding your stay.

 
Sagatun Hotel
Alta, Norway

Sagatun Hotel (also known as Aurora Hotel) is located in Saga, 3.5 km from Alta Lufthavn (airport). The hotel is situated in tranquil, rural surroundings of outstanding natural beauty with a view across the fjord. Dining room/restaurant with à la carte menu. Our cuisine is based largely on traditional Finnmark dishes, and is made with local raw materials. Fully licensed.

 
Scandic Alta Hotel
Alta, Norway

The hotel is one of the leading conference hotels of the region, with a capacity for up to 350 persons in the redecorated "Finnmarkshall", fully equipped with modern AV-equipment. In addition, the hotel has 3 smaller conference rooms and 5 meeting rooms. The hotel has two restaurants, one cafè, a bar, a nightclub and a disco.

 
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Thon Hotell Alta
Alta, Norway

We are a modern hotel, but we have long traditions. The standard in our rooms are high, and our restaurant is connected to the Arctic Menue network.

 
Hotel Marena
Andenes, Norway

 
Thon Hotel Andrikken
Andenes, Norway
Andeneshotel

The hotel is situated in the city centre of Andenes and offers one of Europes most exciting experiences whale safari! We stake our reputation on offering the best of traditional recipes, and we can offer overnight accommodation in fishermens shacks at the nearby Lankanholmen. Many people are attracted to the area because of the exciting bird life on and around the islands extensive marshes.

 
Balestrand Hotel
Balestrand, Norway
Balestrand Hotel

A small family run establishment that operates on a bed & breakfast basis and caters to the individual tourist. We take pride in offering quality accommodations that are quiet, centrally located and away from the hustle and bustle of group travel. Our property has a large, private lawn area that extends down to the seaside. For the hardy tourist wishing to literally experience one of Norway's most beautiful fjords, the temperature during the summer months is suitable for swimming. We have a rowing boat for guest use, provide fishing gear and offer free use of bicycles. Balestrand is the ideal destination if you are seeking a tranquil, relaxing and friendly atmosphere. The surrounding mountains offer a multitude of hiking possibilities for the light walker or the hardy trekker. Balestrand is also the perfect starting point to base oneself for the numerous excursions in the Sognefjord region.

 
Kvikne Hotel
Balestrand, Norway
Hotel & Fjord

About Kvikne's Hotel At Kvikne's the best traditions of innkeeping go right back to 1752. The Kvikne family, who still own the hotel today, took over in 1877 and a continuous process of development has been going on from that day to this. The hotel was built in the "Swiss" style. Much new building, reconstruction and extension has gone on since, but none of it has altered the special character of this place. Kvikne's is a modern hotel with old world charm and atmosphere and with 200 guest rooms is one of the largest tourist hotels in Norway. The hotel is graced with an extensive collection of artworks and antiques, which give it its special style. The list of prominent guests is a long one. Keiser Wilhelm II of Germany was a frequent guest in Balestrand. Royalty, emperors, presidents, prime ministers, film stars and artists from many countries can be found on the guest list.

 
Kvikne Hotel
Balestrand, Norway

 
Radisson Blu Resort
Beitostolen, Norway
Radbluebeit

The Radisson SAS Resort, Beitostølen enjoy central location and is close to shopping, restaurants, ski lifts and other attractions. The hotel is 900 metres above sea level and offers fabulous views of mountains and valleys. The hotel is just 3 hours from Oslo, and about 3.5 hours from Gardermoen Airport. Fagernes International Airport is just 45 minutes away. Beitostølen is extreme, wild and relaxing and we at the hotel offer guests an intense and comfortable break from their everyday lives. The hotel is surrounded with beautiful mountains standing at the gates of Jotunheimen. Guests can choose from several outdoor activities. In the summer we recommend rafting, mountain hiking and enjoying the Norwegian wilderness. In the winter, guests can ski in exquisite powder snow and spend a night in a snow cave.

 
Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri
Bekkjarvik, Norway
Bekka

Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri has the sea and the history and is located on one of the island south of Bergen. King Christian Quart demanded Inns to be built during the 16th Century to have somewhere to stay and cut long journeys.

 
Augustin Hotel
Bergen, Norway
Bergen Hotel Augustin

History of Augustin Hotel Augustin is now the oldest family-run full-service hotel in Bergen. The hotel, built in 1909 in Jugend style, passed into the hands of the present family ten years later, and is now run by the fourth generation. Its 1995 extension increased capacity from 36 to 87 rooms. One of the city's oldest taverns, the Altona (c. 1600) used to stand on the site of the present hotel. The Altona was long renowned as a base for Bergen artists and musicians. Musikselskabet Harmonien, Bergen's venerable orchestra, used to rehearse there, as for some periods did the theatre company Det Dramatiske Selskab. Other memories of those days may be seen in the hotel's winecellar, which dates from the 1600s. This is now being renovated and will be open to the public in 1997. The hotel's new wing, however, brings you back to the modern age. Running a hotel is a matter of continuous improvement and adaptation to contemporary demands. The new rooms have all the modern facilities and comfort. Special doors with intarsia work are the first things you see, while both rooms and bathrooms show that the interior architect has concerned herself with both the practical and aesthetic aspects. Art makes for atmosphere. The hotel's collection includes many masterpieces of contemporary Norwegian art; guest-rooms and common spaces are decorated with original works of graphic art, paintings and sculptures