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Overlooking the Geiranger Fjord, this spa hotel offers a rooftop garden, free parking and rooms with free Wi-Fi access, a mini-bar and a TV. The Flydalsjuvet viewing point is 2.5 mi away. I think this is THE hotel to stay if in geiranger. this place made our 2 nights stay in geiranger beyond perfect. comfortable beds, amazing views to the fjord, great outside warm pool and very good breakfast
This hotel features panoramic views of the UNESCO-listed Geiranger Fjord. It offers free Wi-Fi internet and free private parking. All rooms have a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. Nice room, very clean and comfortable. the breakfast was huge, delicious and with great views! o got a good price on my reservation so it was a very good deal, totally worth the price.
Lunheim in Geiranger is quietly located on a farm in Geiranger. It offers panoramic views of the Geiranger Fjord and guest rooms with a seating area and private bathroom. There is free WiFi access. beautiful surroundings - great view - super cozy room and kitchen
Offering a barbecue and children's playground, Vinje Camping is located in Geiranger in the Møre og Romsdal Region. Hurtigruten Terminal Gerianger is 0.7 mi away. The location was perfect with a great view above the town. We arrived super late and the hosts got us all arranged so our arrival went really smoothly and we were able to shower and get to bed quickly. They were super communicative through the booking messenger. The cabin was cozy, parking was super easy and right outside and we slept really well away from the hustle in the (small) town center.
On average, 3-star hotels in Geiranger cost $14 per night, and 4-star hotels in Geiranger are $58 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Geiranger can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The cabin was well equipped with microwave, oven and kettle. The place is clean and the bathroom was very spacious. The space was just nice, compact but not too small. There was also laundry in the bathroom and dryer close by. This was a real plus as I was travelling around Norway for over 25 days. The location was 5 mins from town and the road to and from town was very easy. Great location with beach view
So many natural beauty places to see around here, and hikes to do. I would recommend hiring a boat for fjord exploration at your own pace. Taking a short drive to the Dalsnibba viewpoint is a must, as well as to any of the other close-by viewpoints. Walk the steps next to the powerful display of water flowing into the fjord. Take a canoe/kayak and see the many waterfalls from up close.
Amazing place with breathtaking views. Very expensive though, just a boat ride around the fjord would cost 550 krona (above 55 USD). Also, with all honesty, the city center looks chaotic with too many hotels and camping places - at some point, I felt it was perhaps overhyped. My suggestion would be to avoid staying at Geiranger or at least skip hotels close to the city center. For instance, we were upset about why didn't we stay in Lom and made a day trip to Geiranger. Also, check the weather forecast before booking a trip (even though, the weather is super unpredictable here). Bad weather might restrain you from visiting Dalsnibba (which unfortunately was the case for us as it was cloudy and raining all day) or Trollstigen. And, last but least, try to cook your own food or eat salad/sandwiches. We had pizza one day from a restaurant nearby the port. It was just like cardboard with a lot of cheese, yet it cost 160 kronor per person.
Loved every minute there. Views breathtaking and scenery amazing. Lots to do either on foot or taking boat tours etc. Must be seen. Had a rib boat tour that was a highlight. Took the nature trail up to the view point. Amazing place. Lots of coffee n cake shops for pit stops and supermarket good for other bits n pieces
Geiranger is nothing short of spectacular. The only thing I would change is to take a different route and take the fjord ferry instead of the switchback roads in and out. However - the drive has absolutely stunning views so nothing to complain about.
Amazing scenery. There is plenty to do for people of all ages. For the active, there are many hikes that range from easy to expert. Boat trips through the fjord are a MUST and there are a number of viewpoints accessible by car also, if you aren’t up for the hiking. The town is very cosy with some nice little shops and eateries. Very well facilitated for camping or caravanning, with a number of sites in and around the town.
The room we booked had a fantastic view of Geiranger town. The bar area also has a great view. (Although the restaurant is mostly facing the road). Room was small but adequate. We had dinner at the restaurant and my wife really enjoyed the dishes. The breakfast was by far the best we had in Norway, with lots of choices.
Nice cabins with prime location, seeing the fjord from both sides and right near the water. Very family friendly. Short walking distance to Geiranger Center. Very friendly and helpful staff. Electric car charging possibility onsite.
Cabin was spacious, well equipped, and had good view over Geiranger. Quiet and removed enough from the busy Geiranger center. All the staff I interacted with were among the friendliest during our stay in Norway.
this was my FAVORITE place we stayed. Our cabin was clean and had all the necessities. the view was beautiful and at night the stars were bright. The cabin was also wonderful and seems new/newly renovated.
Closely located to Geiranger (by car), offers great mountain views, the room was clean, spacious, looked renovated, and had all things needed :-)
the relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. the views from the hotel are to die for. there is a helpful free shuttle service.
the hotel is facing the fjord and offers stunning views