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.