Alpin Lodge and Apartments, Hemsedal

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Location - where is Alpin Lodge and Apartments

· ski-in location at the base of the slopes · 10m to lifts and ski school meeting point · ski rental and storage within the hotel · 2km to town centre

Overview - apartment description - Alpin Lodge and Apartments description

The Alpin Lodge is in perfect position in Hemsedal - just steps from the lifts and ski school meeting place, right at the base of the slopes, so you can ski back to the door.

The studios are ideal for couples and small families, but those after a bit more space should go for the two-bedroom apartment - they come complete with private sauna, lounge and full kitchen.

There’s a supermarket within the building but, for those who don’t fancy cooking, there’s also a newly renovated restaurant. You can upgrade your board basis to add on breakfast or dinner (we recommend adding dinner for people staying in a type B studio) and there’s even a coffee shop and bar for après drinks.

Facilities - Alpin Lodge and Apartments features

· supermarket within the building · newly renovated large bar and lounge with two kids play areas · restaurant · ski rental · ski shop · ski lockers · free WiFi in lobby and rooms · lifts to all floors

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All apartments have flatscreen TV and free WiFi. Linen and towels are included in the price for each person staying in the apartment. Cleaning is also included. Cots are available to hire for 95NOK (approx £10).

Type B Studio - sleeps 2-3: One-bedroom studio. Twin room with twin beds and double sofa bed (sleeps 1 adult or 2 children); kitchenette with microwave-oven, fridge, dishwasher, kettle and coffee-maker; and bathroom with shower, sink and WC. We recommend including dinner with your stay as the kitchenette is limited.

Type G Apartment - sleeps 1-8: Three-bedroom apartment. Master bedroom with twin beds, second and third bedrooms both with Norwegian bunks (double bed below and single bed on top - each room sleeps 3 people in total); large lounge area with gas fireplace; kitchen with oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher; and two bathrooms with shower, sink and WC - one with a private sauna as well.

Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in most of Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.

Please note: Only the beds will be made up in the Type B Studio room. Customers will have to make up the double sofa bed themselves using the linen provided.

Meals - food and drink in Alpin Lodge and Apartments

· optional upgrade for breakfast - simple hot and cold buffet breakfast served in the restaurant · optional upgrade for dinner - two-course evening meals · optional upgrade to half board with breakfast and evening meals · optional upgrade to include gala dinners

Supermarket costs*
frozen pizza £3.50 / mincemeat £4.50 / bacon £3.90 / ham £2.30 / cheese £2.80 / milk 1L £1.50 / cereal £2.20 / jam £3.30 / juice £1.80 / bread £2.20 / pasta £1.90 / pasta sauce £1.10 / big bottle of coke or pop £2.30 / big bag of crisps £1.60 / 10 pack of branded beer £25 / bottle of spirits £15-£20 / bottle of wine £6** / 10 pack of imported premium beer £15
*costs are to give an idea of price and are based on the Post Office exchange rate - prices in resort may fluctuate slightly
**wine is only available from liquor store

We update Alpin Lodge and Apartments's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Hemsedal - about holidays in Hemsedal - about ski holidays in Hemsedal - about ski holidays in Hemsedal Norway

Unspoilt surroundings Norway’s #1 resort Nation’s best après

Often hogging the title of Norway's greatest place to ski, this small resort with its trio of peaks has a lot going for it. The cragginess of the mountains here has earned them the nickname of the "Scandinavian Alps" - and it suits them.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Snow sure Scenery Après ski

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Snow History: December average depth 49.33cm

Hemsedal trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Oslo Gardermoen (OSL)210mins
Fagernes (VDB)75mins
Region:Buskerud, Norway
First opened:1961

Hemsedal lift pass price last reported as €194 (adult 5 day). Ask for a quote when booking Alpin Lodge and Apartments.
Night skiing: Yes
Hemsedal has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - May.

Town altitude: 625m
Top of slopes: 1450m
Bottom of piste: 640m
Vertical drop: 830m
Total length of trails:43km
Longest piste:6km
Location-wise, you'll find Hemsedal between the big Norwegian cities of Oslo and Bergen. Oslo Lufthavn Gardemoen and Fagernes Airport Leirin are the two closest airports. The Nettbuss Express goes between the airport and the resort. Sentrum is the original village, with a collection of hotels, restaurants, lively bars and shops and a single blue run leading through the forest and back to the centre. There's also the Skisenter area (also known as the Mountain Village), where the accommodation, ski shops, ba...
One of our favourite features here is the huge children's area, which is kitted out with seven slopes, 8 lifts and a mini snow park. The Norwegian ski schools have a terrific reputation with learners and improvers - Valles ski school runs for children and there are separate group and private lessons for adults. Lovely long green runs take you from the top of the Totten and Tinden mountains – perfect for when it comes to getting your ski legs back at the beginning of the week. The Totten run is the longest in...
In Sentrum, Kjokken Kroken has a great gourmet menu featuring the likes of moose tartar and monkfish. It’s sister restaurant T-Kronen does insanely good burgers and milkshakes. You’ve also got China Garden for Chinese cuisine and the Lodgen Spiseri for pizzas in the Ski Centre. For lunches, head up to the Skigaarden for pizzas in the sunshine (and stay on for apres ski from 2pm). Later on, the Ski Centre’s Stavkroa club is built like a Viking church with high ceilings and has long tables ‘built to dance...

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