Hotel's Lillehammer city centre location serves as gateway to outdoor adventure
Host of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games, Lillehammer offers arresting natural beauty and unsurpassed opportunities for outdoor adventure. Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, whitewater rafting and canoeing are easily accessible from the hotel's Lillehammer city centre location. Take in the panoramic views of Lillehammer from Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena, or dare to try the ski jump simulator to get an Olympic athlete experience. Canoeing, water skiing, boating and fishing beckon guests to Lake Mjøsa, the largest lake in Norway, only two kilometres from the hotel. For a taste of historic Norway, enjoy a sail around the lake on the world's oldest running paddle steamer, Skiblander.
Plan to spend at least one day in town to visit the popular Maihaugen Museum and the award-winning Lillehammer Art Museum, both within walking distance from the hotel.
- Maihaugen Museum - 500 m
- Lillehammer Art Museum - 700 m
- Norway Olympic Museum - 700 m
- Olympic Park - 700 m
- Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena - 1.1 km
- Lake Mjøsa - 2 km
- Jorekstad Water Park - 6 km
- Sjoa River - 100 km