A modern hotel, situated in the magnificent surroundings of Western Norway, amidst fjords, mountains and the ocean, only 49 km north of Bergen city centre.
All single rooms at the hotel have a private bath with shower, a TV and minibar. Access to wireless network is included in the price.
Our double rooms come with a private bath with bathtub, a TV and minibar. Access to wireless network is included in the price.
Twin rooms have seperate beds. Amenities are: Private bath with bathtub, TV and a minibar, as well as free internet access.The hotel's restaurant, Panorama Restaurant, serves traditional Norwegian and European cuisine. Open for breakfast and dinner, the menu focuses on seasonality and top-quality produce. During the summer months, guests can dine alfresco on The Terrace, with spectacular view to beautiful coastal scenery - a perfect place to watch the sunset!
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK865.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,395.00 per person|
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