Gudvangen Fjordtell & Apartments60.881, 6.84113
Gudvangen Fjordtell & is a great place to stay in Gudvangen. The designer hotel in Gudvangen attracts guests with its organic architecture.
The Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord is within a 40-minute drive away. Utne is a 40-minute drive from the property.
The hotel offers a panoramic location close to a valley and waterfalls.
Gudvangen Fjordtell & is located within a 40-minute drive from Haukasen airport.
The property comprises 31 beautiful guestrooms with a breathtaking view on the mountain. All rooms are decorated with carpeted floors and hardwood furnishings.
Eat & Drink
The hotel Gudvangen Fjordtell & Apartments provides visitors with a free buffet breakfast.
Guests can make use of a free carpark, bureau de change and a gift store on site.
Gudvangen Fjordtell & provides such sport activities as kayaking, hiking and fishing services.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 31.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor dining area
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Express check-in/ -out
VIP check-in/ -out
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's buffet
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Mountain view
- River view
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
Basic cabin accomodation at the end of the fjiord. Ideal to start the cruise. Reasonable restaurant with good evening meal and breakfast. Staff friendly.
Very poor rooms, terrible bathroom. Expensive, no value for money.
The location is just right there as you get off the boat. It is the only hotel in Gudvangen.
Price is high for a lodge. Walls are very thin between apartments/bedrooms. There doesn't seem to be very good insulation - I wonder what it's like in winter. Gudvangen is a quiet small town. If I were to go there again next time, I would rather carry on with my journey to Voss or Flam. Breakfast is so and so - ok but not too exciting. Reception/breakfast/internet are located in a separate building, 1 min walk from the apartment - which is a bit inconvenient in winter time.
The best thing about staying at Gudvangen Fyordtell & Apartments was the scenery!
The room was grossly overpriced! It was little more than a log cabin and the shower (although there was a shower screen) wet the whole of the bathroom area when used. Having said this the shower worked well and the room was clean. It was just far too expensive for the room type.The breakfast provided was adequate.
The view was ok.
The apartment was very bad. It was very noisy and smelled. The apartment was old and the toilet smelled very much. This was the most expensive hotel in Norway on our trip and at the same time absolutely the worst one. I would rather sleep in a normal car than in this hotel.
The location was beautiful and the nature georgeous.
The restaurant had run out of a lot of food when we came. The staff often did not know much about the logistics of travelling from the place or things to do locally.
Some staff were very slow to respond to request. The breakfast buffet was very slowly re-stocked. The room was comfortable but by Australian standards very over priced.
Hotel is located on a tourist route, and it is seen too much on the price.
There are few towns and little accommodation in this area of western Norway, so being able to find a hotel of any type is a bonus. Our premium room was reasonably large, and had a good bathroom. We were driving to the Flam railway, and this was the closest hotel that had a vacant room the night we wanted.
Hotel is more like a motel, but at hotel prices. It has a row of rooms, all with doors directly to the outside, and some premium rooms in a circular building, all opening direct to the outside with no corridor. The hotel is next door to the Gudvangen ferry terminal, and hotel breakfast and dinner is in the shop/cafeteria for the terminal. The path to the cafeteria is made of stepping stones in the grass, outside the buildings. On a cold wet winter night it could be difficult to get to and from the cafeteria while staying dry and warm. There is no way that non-residents can be restricted from the area around the rooms. Large skylight in our premium room has no blinds and no way to block out light. We were there in the first week of August, and it was light till late at night and early the following morning.
Beautiful surroundings. Decent breakfast.
Gudvangen lies between steep mountains in the narrow Nærøy fjord, and approaching it by ferry is a beautiful experience. Such a magical location, like taken out of a fantasy novel, would deserve some posh accomodation where the guests would feel like they were being attended by elves! Instead there is an overpriced and rather mangy hotel full of viking kitsch, right next to a ferry terminal with six lanes for cars and buses, and a gas station by the highway. They presumably earn their living from feeding the busloads of tourists who once in their life pass there along the "Norway in a Nutshell" tour, since I can't imagine anyone being a regular guest at this hotel! We stayed in an "apartment", i.e, a room with a minimum of furniture and decorations, a bathroom (with a leaking toilet) and a very small kitchen. Not very pleasant at all. Perhaps the ordinary rooms (those with a ceiling window) are better? If I could go back in time and plan the trip again, I would try to find a room in nearby Stalheim or Undredal instead; those places seemed a lot nicer.
Location and nature around are wonderful. Apartments are big and with the kitchen
Awesome location, great staff and tasty food. This location is not only gorgeous but very convenient for boat tours and such. I recommend it. It is much quieter and peaceful than Flam, but close enough to go tour Flam if desired.
The skylight in the room was great during the day but horrible for trying to sleep with how light it stays in the summer time. My stay would have been much improved if that could be covered during the night. I think it was great to have breakfast included, it would be even more awesome and attractive of a place if more was included in the price. If a boat tour was included or at least a discount for staying there that would have been just perfect. Or a dinner.
Location and the scenic beauty of the surrounding area (mountain, Water stream, falls..)
Breakfast was ok, not upto the typical Norwegian standard, dinner had buffet was expensive and warm food was not worth it, the salad and the desserts were ok.
Unique experience to look up through the skylights and see the mountains and waterfalls high above you.