As a guest of the hotel, you are welcome to enjoy our relaxing and beautiful heated pool, sauna, steam room and a wonderful relaxation area with recliner chairs.
In addition, you have free access to our state-of-the-art gym, if you wish.
For resident guests NOK 195 on weekdays and NOK 250 on weekends.
Children under 16 years (accompanied by resident guests) free of charge.
Entrance includes spa facilities, towel, bathrobe, slippers, sparkling or still water.
SPA guidelines at Hotel Norge:
• Shower with soap wash before entering the spa
• Please sit on a towel in the sauna
• Rinse the bench after use
• Long hair must be tied up
• To maintain a relaxing atmosphere, we ask you to set the phone to silent speak softly
• Be aware when using the camera not to take pictures of other guests who do not approve
• No food and drink allowed in the spa
• Glass and other breakable material are not allowed in the spa facilities
Covid-19 rules and regulations:
• We follow the authorities' guidelines according to spa visits and will facilitate a good and safe spa experience
• Capacity is limited and 1-meter rule apply. Maximum number of guests in the pool: 15 people
• Please use hand disinfection station at the entrance to the spa and the fitness room
• We have strict cleaning routines. We wash and disinfect the spa, fitness room and exercise equipment regularly
• The cleaning staff use appropriate disinfectant equipment and disposable gloves that are changed frequently
• Exposed surfaces such as door handles, wash basins, light switches and similar are being washed and disinfected frequently
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