Luxury ski holidays in Norway are the perfect combination of blissfully quiet pistes, magnificent scenery, and exceptional skiing. The breathtaking mountain ranges and the unique fjords are what make an excellent ski trip to Scandinavia. Norway has a vast range of ski resorts, all of which have wide cruisy slopes, dramatic black runs, and adventurous off-piste trails. The terrain is well suited to all abilities, meaning skiers and snowboarders will have plenty to explore. Luxury skiing in Norway feels effortless, as the slopes are calm and the lift queues seem non-existent. Here is our top pick of the best luxury ski hotels in Norway.
Fýri Resort AS
Fýri Resort AS is located in the beautiful ski resort of Hemsedal. The five-star hotel has an eclectic and elegant feel, with luxurious decor flowing through the entire building. Guests benefit from ski-in ski-out access from Fýri Resort AS, allowing for maximum time on the slopes. Hemsedal has more than 44km of slopes to explore and is an excellent choice for families. The slopes vary in difficulty, with the majority best suited to beginners. The ski resort is known for its breathtaking scenery and is one of the top spots for photographing snowboarding. The consistent snow conditions ensure skiers return year after.
Once you’ve finished your ski day, Fýri Resort is the ideal place to unwind. Immerse in the tranquil Pool Club setting, which features an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Guests have the pleasure of relaxing in a calm environment after a thrilling day on the piste. Once you’re ready to make your way to Restaurant Liv, you’ll be met with a refreshing Mediterranean menu, serving delicious flavours of Italy and Spain. The restaurant has a lively yet cosmopolitan atmosphere, with beautiful decor and attentive service. For something a little more traditional and definitely more decadent, the Rambler Restaurant is a cosy spot to enjoy authentic Alpine dishes. Relive stories of the day as you share a delectable fondue or Mont d’Ór with pickles.
If you are looking for an exceptional luxury ski hotel in Norway, Fýri Resort is your answer. It’s no wonder why it was voted Norway’s Best Ski Hotel by the World Ski Awards.
Fleischer’s Hotel is the perfect choice for those looking for a combination of traditional and luxury. The grand hotel is located just a short walk from Voss town centre, and overlooks the beautiful Vangsvatnet lake. The hotel is also just a short walk from the state-of-the-art cable car. The lift takes ten minutes to reach the summit of Voss, where skiers will have more than 45km of piste to explore. The ski resort is best suited to families and beginners as the terrain isn’t too challenging. Skiers with more experience will find plenty of powder pockets and off-piste.
Guests of Fleischer’s Hotel will be delighted by having not one, but two restaurants on site. Decide whether you’re in the mood for classic European dishes or local Norwegian specialties. The menu uses the best local produce, giving guests an excellent introduction to Norwegian fayre. Post-dinner, the warmly lit Fredrik Bar is an excellent spot to enjoy a cocktail or two in the evening. Or, if you want to discover more of what Voss has to offer, why not visit the town centre that is a short walk away? If relaxing is the key aim, Fleischer’s Hotel has a fabulous wellness centre, complete with a swimming pool, children’s pool, hot tub, sauna, and fitness room.
Radisson Blu Mountain Resort
Radisson Bu Mountain Resort is an undiscovered gem in the charming village of Beitostølen. The hotel is opposite the ski lifts and ski school, making it an excellent choice for families. The fantastic location is not the only reason why it is on our list of luxury ski hotels in Norway. The Radisson boasts both comfort and complete luxury. The hotel has many amazing facilities including a fabulous wellness centre. It is the perfect place to relax after a day exploring Beitostølen. Unwind by immersing yourself in the large swimming pool and admire the magnificent views from inside.
Once you’ve freshened up, park yourself in front of the large fireplace in the lobby area. Warm up in front of the crackling fire with a Norwegian Aquavit (Norway’s drink of choice). Children can make their way to the playroom to exhaust any extra energy they may have! In the evening, make your way to the hotel’s restaurant, which overlooks the ski resort. Take your pick of either international dishes or something a bit more traditional. Finish up the evening in one of the two cocktail bars, or get competitive over a game of pool. There’s something for everyone at the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort.
Vestlia Resort is a beautiful ski destination that perfectly combines contemporary and traditional features. The modern furnishings and reclaimed wood panelling result in a true Alpine feel. It’s a fantastic setting for couples and families alike, offering an incredibly welcoming atmosphere. The four-star ski-in ski-out property is one of the most luxurious ski hotels in Norway. The hotel is just 50m from the ski school and childcare centre. The close proximity to the resort centre allows for discovering the terrific non-skiing activities that are on offer in Geilo.
Children will be pleased with the exciting facilities in the hotel. Keep them occupied by taking a trip to the soft play area, bowling alley, or the family pool (which features an outdoor slide!). Adults have the opportunity to relax too, with the superb wellness area. The award-winning adult-only spa is the ideal place to unwind after a day on the slopes. The tranquil setting has two saunas, a steam room, an indoor hot tub, a plunge pool, and a regular pool.
Scandic Voss is a stylish and modern hotel in the charming ski resort of Voss. The four-star hotel has a light and contemporary feel, which makes you feel right at home. It is located directly next to the main gondola and the train station. Voss is a great ski resort with more than 45km of slopes to explore. The ski area mainly caters to beginners, with the majority of slopes being blue. The quick transfer time from Bergen Airport (both car and the train is 90 minutes), makes Voss a fantastic choice for a ski weekend. The resort itself has several restaurants and bars to explore, with the town being a short walk from the hotel.
The hotel’s restaurant, Haik, serves a menu that follows the seasons, offering local and traditional dishes with a twist. Dine in the open-plan restaurant and gradually move into the bar area where you can sample the delicious cocktails available. On the sunnier days, the terrace which overlooks the Vangsvatnet lake, is a great spot for enjoying the warmer weather.
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