Hotel Aurlandsfjord is a fjord hotel in Aurland with a relaxed atmosphere, the perfect accommodation hub experiencing the Flam region attractions.
The vintage modern Scandinavian style Hotel Aurlandsfjord offers a total of 30 rooms in various categories, all with beautiful views of the fjord and -or mountains. The fjord hotel has had a total renovation of the lobby/reception, restaurant/winter garden terrace, 2nd floor (corridor, and 13 rooms).
The Hotel offers down-to-earth rooms and comes with free Wi-Fi; some with sitting areas. Breakfast and limited parking are complimentary (EL-car charging available). Other amenities include a terrace with views of the fjord and mountains, as well as a casual bar, shuffleboard, and a homey TV lounge (No tv in the rooms)
Hotel Aurlandsfjord aims to provide pure tastes from foreign countries and Norway based on local produce. The hotel´s food philosophy will be further developed and will elevate the food and beverage experience for guests who want something out of the ordinary. The dissemination of history through food and drink will take place with an emphasis on local produce throughout the seasons. The food should be genuine and honest, made from scratch, and offer great flavors and new combinations.
With only a 6-minute walk to the pier embarking Fjord Cruise Nærøyfjord and a short walk to bus stops connecting and Stegastein Viewpoint and the Flam Railway, Hotel Aurlandsfjord is perfect for you to experience the UNESCO World Heritage site.
The fjord hotel is situated in the city center of the charming fjord village, close to cafes, gastropub, grocery store, cozy old-school movie theatre, church, the famous Aurland shoe economize, local traditional glassblowing and a lagoon great for picnics and for a chilly dip, summer, and winter. In Aurland you will also find marked trails and walkways along the fjord, and up the mountain.
Aurland and Hotel Aurlandsfjord is the perfect place to stay if you wish to experience the UNESCO World Heritage area.
Welcome to a great stay at Hotel Aurlandsfjord!