Pros: The dinner was excellent - fresh seafood - and the buffet-style breakfast was hearty with lots of choices.
Cons: The bed was a single bed - I thought it would be at least double.
Pros: The dinner in the restaurant was ok
Cons: We were given a room looking directly into a neighbours living room. The beds were uncomfortable
Pros: The staff working in the reception was the nicest i have met in a Norwegian hotel. I was always greeted with a smile followed by a 'hello', or a 'good evening'. The fjord view that...
Pros: Excellent setting. Very good restaurant.
Cons: Prices on the high side.
Pros: Fantastic view over the fjord. Loved the free access to a couple of boats (rowing and pedalo) great to have lots of space to kick a ball, play volleyball. Staff were local and super helpful re local ...
Cons: Would have loved a waffle maker at breakfast, we had got used to these in other hotels
Pros: Beautiful setting beside the Fjord. Pleasant, comfortable room with a balcony overlooking the water. Meals in the restaurant were tasty and well presented. The staff were very friendly and helpful...
Cons: The bed was a little too soft for comfort. Breakfast was ok though not extensive. Basic sauna facility. Live music on the Monday night which was fine, however there appeared to be very few guests ...
Pros: The view, closeness to the fjord and the beds were good.
Cons: A super simple breakfast for a room costing us 1800 nok for a night. All straight from the simplest super market. A hotel with this price level should make more effort. The bread was of the cheapest ...
Centrally situated in Rosendal by the Hardanger Fjord, this waterfront hotel offers a restaurant, bar and terrace with panoramic views. Wi-Fi, private parking, and sauna access are all free. A flat-screen TV, seating area and work desk are featured in each guest room at Rosendal Fjordhotel. Some also have a balcony overlooking the surroundings. Impressive fjord views can be enjoyed from the floor-to-ceiling windows at Fjordhotel Rosendal’s in-house restaurant. An à la carte menu, along with a daily 3-course dinner, of Norwegian and international cuisine is served. Common area activities include hiking, fishing and horseback riding. The 17th-century Baroniet Rosendal Castle is within 15 minutes’ walk of the hotel, while the Fjellhaugen Ski Centre is a 20-minute drive away.
Pros: We stayed in cottages 4 and 5, both offer nice views of the fjord from nice terraces. The living and dining room is very nice - lots of space and light, a nice table for a family meal. Full kitchen ...
Cons: When we arrived - there was a very strong smell from the surrounding farms. The bedrooms are small, the wifi connection was weak and the bathrooms could use restyling.
Pros: Near sea was very quet and nice, bathroom with hot floors
Cons: Very bad wifi :/
Pros: it is a beautiful stay, red twilight lights is shining out the fjord in front of the cottage, the garden is true 'private', and the parking area is big enough. We enjoy it very much.
Cons: Back to the 80s-not in a good way. Furniture from the flea market and the toilet&shower are ready for the museum. Overprized..
Pros: Parking very close to the cabin, the area and the view. Friendly staff.
Cons: The cabin smelled heavily of cigarette smoke; a smell that stuck to our clothes and other luggage even after we left. Surface cleaning could have been better. The curtains did not stop light from ...
Pros: Very nice cottage with a beautiful view. Well equiped. The owner was friendly.
Cons: A little bit expensive for this standard , but it was a very nice cottage so ...
Pros: Beautiful scenery and service minded staff
Pros: Very nice location just by the water. About a one hour drive from Odda so it's a beautiful drive to both trolltunga and folgefonna trekking trails. Very nice cheap alternative to staying in Odda ...
Cons: The inside of the room was a little dated, but the bed was comfortable.
Pros: Enough space in the room to place a babybed. The bed, 1.80m wide and 2m long without a footboard.
Cons: The season was not yet started in April, the campingbar/shop was closed. The only place close by where you can get something to eat, is at the gas station
Pros: good view
Cons: hot water for shower is not enough .
Kyrping Camping offers traditional Norwegian cottages, 9.3 miles from the Langfoss Waterfall. All cottages feature a terrace with views of the Åkra Fjord, a satellite TV and fully equipped kitchen facilities. There is free WiFi in the cabins. Each cottage Camping Kyrping feature wooden interiors, a fireplace and a private bathroom with shower. Kitchen facilities include a stove, fridge and dishwasher. The on-site café offers lighter dishes, beer and wine during high season. Guests can enjoy their meals on the terrace. A mini-market is also available in the lobby during high season. Guests can rent boats and buy fishing gear on site. Other popular activities in the area include cycling, hiking and snorkelling. The E134 Highway is 1.2 miles away, while grocery stores can be found in Etne town centre, a 20-minute drive from the property. Haugesund Airport, Karmøy is 55.9 miles away.
Pros: Great room, great facilities, nice location, very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Hot breakfast food not up to Norwegian Food Safety Authority 60C, but this appears common in Norway. Staff willingly microwaved food for us, thanks.
Pros: The manager was very helpful and made a couple of phone calls for us.
Pros: Beds were comfy
Cons: Lift didn't work for two days. Workmen varnished floor creating an awful smell permeating the bedroom.
Pros: The central location and friendly staff.
Cons: Something on vegarterian menu would have been nice.
Pros: parkingplace availiable near the hotel
Cons: room not cleaned no service/no staff available dificient breakfast eg. lack of coffee,tea,juice and no avilable service
Pros: Clean facilites
Cons: Under renovation. Tidiness and housekeeping of breakfast buffet.
Pros: Situation is excellent in town centre. Some might not like the proximity of the smelter works and associated ship activity. I found it interesting and unobtrusive. Needless to say, the scenery is ...
Cons: As stated above, the hotel is a bit dated, so the bathroom is a bit dark, but that room and bedroom are spacious, we even had a small balcony/ terrace.
Pros: Calm and comfortable
Cons: Sometimes the shower was cold
Pros: 1. No problem with the late check-in (02:00 am). 2. Great breakfast. 3. Convenient location (we moved from the Preikestolen to the Trolltunga)
Cons: Everything was just perfect.
Pros: Very central , fair prices & paid the extra for the suite which was well worth it
Cons: Had to get drinks from reception and take back to the pub which is attached to the hotel
Situated in Sauda town centre, Kløver hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and rooms with a seating area, cable TV and minibar. Svandalen Ski Centre is a 20-minute drive from the hotel. All guest rooms at Hotel Kløver have a private bathroom with bath or shower. Each is equipped with a work desk and in-room ironing facilities. Guests can enjoy Chinese and Norwegian dishes at the on-site restaurant, featuring a rustic atmosphere with an open fireplace and exposed wooden beams. Drinks can be enjoyed in the pub. Leisure facilities include a gym. Guests can rent a bicycle on site to explore the surroundings. Ski storage is also available for guests’ convenience. Sauda Sports and Swimming Centre is 329 feet away. Sauda Golf Park is a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Pros: The staff were excellent, very friendly and helpful. Great burgers and breakfast though!
Cons: Unfortunately the rooms were very basic and not so fresh in smell and the location was not what was expected, surrounded by a car park and busy road.
Cons: Small basic room. Expensive for what it is also.
Pros: Breakfast was wonderful. Location was very easy to find.
Cons: Grill closed too early for us to eat.
Pros: Modern design, god beds , cozy restaurant .
Cons: Overpriced!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Poor breakfast. No bedside table in the room to put your glass with water, telephone or glasses , have to put everything on the floor :( No shelves in the shower room...
Pros: We used Fugl Fønix as a base to hike the Etne area, visiting huts like Olalia Fjellstove and Blomstølen. Hotel staff were helpful and supportive, and allowed us to store our excess baggage while we ...
Cons: The wifi was sometimes weak in the rooms, so we had to use wifi in the lobby where the signal was strong.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Fugl Fønix Hotel. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby downhill skiing, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and hot/cold buffet breakfast daily between 8 AM and 10 AM.