We stayed here because the Quality Inn in Eidfjord was booked and we heard the view was beautiful. Realistically the view is beautiful everywhere in Norway. The hotel was not clean, is extremely old, and way out of Eidfjord even though it comes up under Eidfjord hotels . It is at least a 1/2 hour away. The construction is so poor, the walls are so thin, we could hear the people in the next room talking with low voices and we heard them snoring all night as if they were in our room. I am not exaggerating. We complained and the owner chuckled and said he knows, but they can't make any improvements because they have landmark status. The food in the restaurant is bad. We sent most of it back. There is nowhere else within 20 minutes to eat. You wouldn't want to drive this very curvy mountain road at night to go somewhere else anyway. I would never spend another night there even if it was free .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fossli Hotel is situated at the innermost end of the Hardanger Fjord. The hotel affords a magnificent view over the Mabo Valley and the 182m Voringsfoss Waterfall. The hotel is tastefully and comfortably designed by the famous Norwegian architect Konow Lund. It was build in 1891, which was 25 years before the road was build, and all the materials were carried on horseback to the top. Edvard Grieg used to be a regular guest at Fossli Hotel and wrote his Opus 66 here. Fossil Hotel today offers 60 rooms, a nice restaurant, a café, and a fully licensed bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fossli Hotel Eidfjord
- Fossli Hotel Norway/Hordaland