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Stayed here before our walk across Romsdalseggen. Had a Family room on the fifth floor with views to die for. Large room, nicely decorated with good beds. Nice and clean. Value for money in comparison with many Norwegian hotels. The reception was polite and helpful....More
Would give a 3.5 if possible. We stayed 1 night at the hotel on our first stop in Norway. The staff was friendly & helpful. The rooms were a decent size & clean. The included breakfast was good. It's in a good location close to...More
Nothing bad to say about our stay, but nothing wonderful either. Good breakfast. Room a bit small and has a stand-up shower, good for our purpose. Only 3 blocks from train, but all uphill. There are not many choices in Andalsnes, but this would be...More
Please avoid this hotel!!! It tooks 24 hours to send someone to the room to search for your forgotten items in the room!!! And two weeks to receive from them the tacking numbers of the package. The worst hotel service i ever had!!!
We found the room clean and comfortable with a nice view as we were on the top floor. The staff were kind and very helpful. You can get a packed lunch at breakfast, just ask the waitress. Parking was limited as the place was full...More
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We were in Andalsnes June 13-16, 2016. I researched this issue alot! You don't say where you are coming from. There is a bus from Aresund year round. There is a bus from Geiranger that goes over Trollstigen June 20-sometime... More
We were in Andalsnes June 13-16, 2016. I researched this issue alot! You don't say where you are coming from. There is a bus from Aresund year round. There is a bus from Geiranger that goes over Trollstigen June 20-sometime in the fall. The winter bus necessitates at least one transfer and keeps to lower roads.
We like you truly wanted to see Trollstigen, and it is awesome. So we asked Grand Bellevue Hotel to shuttle us from Geiranger to Andalsnes via Trollstigen. They were most gracious, stopping at several of the awesome roadside sites, especially at Trollstigen. They let us take our time. It was a calm, wonderful trip. Very expensive.
If you've got transport to Andalsnes arranged already, it's my strong sense that GBH will shuttle you south to Trollstigen as a (half) day trip. They were consistently open to doing shuttles in the area. It is worth it! And only about 30k south of Andalsnes. There might be an Andalsnes taxi also.
Don't let Lonely Planet or locals talk you into the 10k hike the beginning of which is about 5k east of Andalsnes unless you first sprint up and back from the hill hike accessed in town down the street from GBH. This is the final leg of that 10k, which is glorious and often along a narrow ridge top, partly through snow, often steep. Glad we did it though! The visitor center at the train station has more hiking/walking options, very welcoming and helpful.
Also go to the cafe that Lonely Planet talks about, 1 block downhill from GBH. Not to be missed!
Have fun and say hi to them for us:)