Hotels near The Geirangerfjord in Geiranger

Best hotels near The Geirangerfjord, Geiranger

4.3/5Excellent36 Reviews
7.65km from The Geirangerfjord
Overall I felt like this hotel and town catered to tour groups and we felt like a second class guests at the hotel.  I have traveled to over 40 countries, and this hotel and town were probably the most overrun with tour groups and bus drivers that did not care about other drivers.  When we arrived to check in, there was a small parking area in front of the lobby that was mainly occupied by tour buses making it difficult for passenger cars to park. Our fjord view room in the main building required us to go from the main lobby upstairs by elevator through the outside of a dining area and back downstairs by elevator to the lowest level.  We did have a view, but it felt like a second class rooms, and it felt like worst location in the hotel.  We asked about switching rooms, but could not and almost switched hotels the next day as we had not booked the second night.  Parts of the room felt decent, but not up to the level I expect and look forward to from a Scandinavian hotel. Some elements of the room felt cheap and lacked care.  For example, the table between chairs had a large burn mark and was probably among the cheapest tables I have seen in a hotel.  The room was relatively small, but perhaps not unexpected for Scandinavia.  Location and would we stay again? We booked one night and were going to see if we liked the hotel before adding our planned second night as we had some flexibility.  I had wanted to stay at a smaller higher rated hotel just outside town, but we settled on this one given its location at the foot of the fjord and being in town and decided it was not worth the effort.  I would probably not stay here again given the hotel is overrun with tour groups that the hotel values more and aligns its okay quality.  Also, its large size combined with location makes it difficult to get to your room, as our room required two elevators.   Trip Considerations Staying two nights fit nicely with our plan as we wanted to do a loop drive starting with morning ferry through Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt and return via Gamle Strynefjellsvegen (county road).  This loop was planned to avoid backtracking and do our best to keep the sun behind us for photos. The day finished with a decent back into Geirangerfjord.  I will also say the weather in the fjords is finicky as we did our best to pick a good weather month based on our overall trip and priorities.  We went in July based on looking at historical weather.  We had three non-sunny days in Geirangerfjord and would have stayed another night if the weather forecast had looked promising. We had a contingency day in our schedule giving us a better chance of getting a sunny day at Trolltunga and/or Geirangerfjord. If we did not need it, we would have a day in Bergen where we have been on a prior trip to Scandinavia.  The locals had told us that this June was actually unusually sunny and warm.
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2.9/534 Reviews
7.74km from The Geirangerfjord
The location of the hotel is very good. Just 10-15 min walk to down town/the fjord, and the view from the hotel is very nice. Especially if you have a room with a view of the fjord. The service was friendly and good, both in the reception and restaurant/bar. The food was very good! Nice breakfast served at the table (very Covid-19 friendly). We also had a la carte dinner and the food and wine were good. The pool area was nice, especially the outside garden with sun beds. There is only one thing that could be better and that is the standard of the rooms. They need an upgrade. Carpet floor, beds that should have been upgraded and a weird smell in the bathroom. It felt clean, but still just very old. I hope they do some upgrades before my next visit.
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4.3/5Excellent29 Reviews
8.46km from The Geirangerfjord
Located in Møre og Romsdal County, this hotel offers Norwegian cuisine and panoramic views of the Geiranger Fjord. Guests can enjoy free WiFi access and free private parking.Hotell Utsikten is housed in a grand, late 1800s building. All rooms have a private bathroom and garden or fjord views.The in-house restaurant serves a set 3-course menu based on local ingredients. During summer, guests can sit out on the terrace. A fully licensed bar is also found on site.The hotel is situated by the National Tourist Route, only 100 metres from the Flydalsjuvet Cliff. The Seven Sisters Waterfall is also nearby.Staff at Utsikten is happy to recommend nearby sights and provide other tourist information. Fishing, hiking, diving and other activities can be arranged.
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
19.81km from The Geirangerfjord
On a road trip around Norway we picked this hotel as one of quite a number that we stayed in. We were so thrilled at the experience I'm taking the time to write a review. First the location, absolutely stunning on the edge of a lake nestled amongst mountains with big grounds and plenty of opportunity for activities or in our case just sunbathing, swimming and taking in the amazing scenery. Then there's the service. It's family run with great pride and we were welcomed with thoughtful attention to detail. For instance I'm gluten-free, I'd noted it in my booking and thought no more of it. The hotel restaurant had already organized for GF alternatives for me and presented them before I even said anything. Anyone with food allergies will know how refreshing it is to just be catered for with no further explanation needed. That's never happened for me in a hotel before. We felt welcomed from the moment we arrived. There was no queuing at reception or filling in forms, our booking was enough and we were simply handed a key (why can't all hotels be like that). The room itself was beautiful, it was just a standard double and I wasn't expecting much, but it was spacious and elegantly decorated in a serene simple style... attention to interior design is really refreshing to see. The lovely design was a feature in the dining room and outside and gave a feeling of light, space and relaxation. I'm gushing a bit I know, but this place is a gem, we loved it and wish we'd stayed longer. I left after just one night feeling as if I'd had a re-charge. Bliss.
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3.4/525 Reviews
20.07km from The Geirangerfjord
Situated along Hjelledøla River, this scenic countryside property is 9 km from Jostedalsbreen National Park Centre. It offers free WiFi, an on-site supermarket, pub and café with a large, furnished terrace.Guests at Folven Camping can choose cottages with either private or shared bathroom facilities. All include simple décor, a patio, fridge and kitchenware. Some have dining tables, while others have a seating area.A pump track, beach volleyball court and a skateboarding park are located on site. Other area activities at Folven include hiking, climbing and via ferrata. Guests can rent bikes on-site.Stryn Summer Ski Centre is 20 km away, while Briksdal Glacier and Geiranger Fjord are both 45 km from the cottages.
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Reviews of Hotels near The Geirangerfjord in Geiranger

4.3/536 Reviews
Overall I felt like this hotel and town catered to tour groups and we felt like a second class guests at the hotel.  I have traveled to over 40 countries, and this hotel and town were probably the most overrun with tour groups and bus drivers that did not care about other drivers.  When we arrived to check in, there was a small parking area in front of the lobby that was mainly occupied by tour buses making it difficult for passenger cars to park. Our fjord view room in the main building required us to go from the main lobby upstairs by elevator through the outside of a dining area and back downstairs by elevator to the lowest level.  We did have a view, but it felt like a second class rooms, and it felt like worst location in the hotel.  We asked about switching rooms, but could not and almost switched hotels the next day as we had not booked the second night.  Parts of the room felt decent, but not up to the level I expect and look forward to from a Scandinavian hotel. Some elements of the room felt cheap and lacked care.  For example, the table between chairs had a large burn mark and was probably among the cheapest tables I have seen in a hotel.  The room was relatively small, but perhaps not unexpected for Scandinavia.  Location and would we stay again? We booked one night and were going to see if we liked the hotel before adding our planned second night as we had some flexibility.  I had wanted to stay at a smaller higher rated hotel just outside town, but we settled on this one given its location at the foot of the fjord and being in town and decided it was not worth the effort.  I would probably not stay here again given the hotel is overrun with tour groups that the hotel values more and aligns its okay quality.  Also, its large size combined with location makes it difficult to get to your room, as our room required two elevators.   Trip Considerations Staying two nights fit nicely with our plan as we wanted to do a loop drive starting with morning ferry through Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt and return via Gamle Strynefjellsvegen (county road).  This loop was planned to avoid backtracking and do our best to keep the sun behind us for photos. The day finished with a decent back into Geirangerfjord.  I will also say the weather in the fjords is finicky as we did our best to pick a good weather month based on our overall trip and priorities.  We went in July based on looking at historical weather.  We had three non-sunny days in Geirangerfjord and would have stayed another night if the weather forecast had looked promising. We had a contingency day in our schedule giving us a better chance of getting a sunny day at Trolltunga and/or Geirangerfjord. If we did not need it, we would have a day in Bergen where we have been on a prior trip to Scandinavia.  The locals had told us that this June was actually unusually sunny and warm.
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2.9/534 Reviews
The location of the hotel is very good. Just 10-15 min walk to down town/the fjord, and the view from the hotel is very nice. Especially if you have a room with a view of the fjord. The service was friendly and good, both in the reception and restaurant/bar. The food was very good! Nice breakfast served at the table (very Covid-19 friendly). We also had a la carte dinner and the food and wine were good. The pool area was nice, especially the outside garden with sun beds. There is only one thing that could be better and that is the standard of the rooms. They need an upgrade. Carpet floor, beds that should have been upgraded and a weird smell in the bathroom. It felt clean, but still just very old. I hope they do some upgrades before my next visit.
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  • How much do hotels in Geiranger cost?

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