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GudbrandsGard Hotell Photo: Mona Nordøy

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  • Restaurant
  • Pool - indoor

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Welcome to GudbrandsGard Hotel The hotel, which opened in November 1998, is located at 745 m altitude in the heart of Kvitfjell's Olympic downhill arena. It is built in traditional Norwegian post-and-beam style, with solid timber featuring rich carvings, and has turf roof. Our guests can enjoy a modern, high-standard hotel, with professional conference facilities, relaxing wellness areas and leisure activities such as one of Norway's most varied alpine centres. In addition to high-quality accommodation, we offer excellent food based on local fish and game. GudbrandsGard offers an unique experience, whether you come to relax with your family and friends, or you come to find inspiration with your colleagues.


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Follow the E6 to Fåvang then use these directions: By road to the East Side: Take the northbound E6 towards Fåvang and follow signs for Kvitfjell. After 10 km take a left turn (signposted Mellomstasjonen og hotellene). Distance from E6 to finish area - 5 km and only 15 km from E6 up to mellomstasjonen.

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Pool - indoor
  • General facilities

    • café
    • WiFi
    • restaurant
    • conference facilities
    • pool - indoor
    • smoking only allowed outdoors
    • dogs allowed
    • suitable for children
    • nightclub
    • solarium
    • Spa
    • Jacuzzi
    • lobby bar
    • wine cellar
    • playroom
    • chambre separée
  • Capacity

    • number of beds (214)
    • number of bedrooms (79)
    • number of apartments (2)
  • Conference facilities

    • number of meeting rooms (6)
    • number of persons in largest conference room (220)
    • exhibition area (sq m) (350)
    • maximum banquet seating (210)
  • Season

    • winter
  • Food and drinks

    • International
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Disabled persons

    • rooms for disabled persons
  • Winter sports

    • alpine
    • cross-country skiing
  • Treatment Offers

    • massage

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Welcome to GudbrandsGard Hotel The hotel, which opened in November 1998, is located at 745 m altitude in the heart of Kvitfjell's Olympic downhill...

GudbrandsGard Hotell

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