Set close to the popular ski resort of Geilo, offering a modern retreat with excellent food in the restaurant and cafe. This hotel is set in the mountains and is privately owned, perfect for families and groups.
Relax after a day on the slopes with a dip in the 12m swimming pool and let the kids splash around in their very own childrens pool. The hotels gym offers all of the modern equipment you could require and the changing rooms also have sauna, the perfect way to unwind.
Bardola offers a range of activities to suit all guests, from a kids play room to somewhere to dance away or enjoy a tea or coffee. And you can enjoy one of the most complete kitchens, with local ingredients and a wine cellar to compliment your brilliant food.
Free WiFi is available for your convenience.
Normal Check-in: 15:00
Normal Check-out: 11:00
96.5 mi / 155.6 km from city centre
Room types and facilities
Sleeps 2, Bed Type: Single(s) Private bathroom, Separate Shower, Television
Large Double Room with Balcony
Sleeps 3, Bed Type: Single(s) Balcony/Lanai/Terrace, Bathtub/shower combination, Private bathroom, Satellite television, Television
Junior Suite/Family Room
Sleeps 5, Bed Type: Single(s) Balcony/Lanai/Terrace, Bathtub/shower combination, Private bathroom, Television
- 1 Pool
- Live entertainment
- Game room
- Coffee shop
- Exercise gym
- 1 Children's pool
- Internet services
- Tennis court
- Indoor pool
- Business center
- Room service
- 1 Lounges/bars
- Onsite laundry
- 2 Restaurant
• Sofias Cafe & Bar - treat yourself to a meal in the charming a la carte restaurant. Enjoy home made delicacies and be inspired by creative recipies. Sofias is known for its sweet pastries, tempting cakes, tasty bread and international coffee menu. Norway's first gourmet guide for travellers, published by DHL, has awarded Sofias with three stars (out of three) two years in a row. Their assesment focuses on nutritious and healthy food
• Bardola - one of the most complete kitchens in the Norwegian mountains. Many resources are used to produce exellent, home made food. The kitchen has always maintained a traditional, Norwegian culinary art, but also draws inspiration from foreign cultures. Fresh raw materials, often from local producers, focus on quality and talented colleagues are the main ingredients of a successful experience. It even imports its own wine and can offer wines you will not find elsewhere in Norway. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the hotel restaurant. Varied buffets and tasteful menus are offered.
In response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) housekeeping is limited and not on a daily basis; towels can be collected from reception if required and rubbish will be collected from outside the rooms before 10:00.
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