Radisson Blu Resort, Beitostolen

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Location - where is Radisson Blu Resort

· superb central location · A one minute walk to the lifts and ski school meeting point

Overview - hotel description - Radisson Blu Resort description

The Radisson Blu Resort is in the perfect location – just across the road from the base of the ski lifts and ski school meeting point, as well as being in the heart of this charming resort village.

In the evenings you can relax in front of the lobby’s open fire on comfy chairs, using the free WiFi, or enjoying a cocktail in one of the hotel’s two lounge bars. The on-site restaurant serves an acclaimed ‘super breakfast buffet’ each morning and a range of Scandinavian and international dishes for dinner. Customers can also dine at an à la carte restaurant next door to the hotel.

This mountain retreat is also home to an expansive wellness centre, featuring a gym with cardio equipment and squash court, alongside a 25-meter pool and a spa, with sauna and solarium.

Across the 124 spacious and stylish rooms there’s satellite television if the weather’s bad and lovely views of the Jotunheimen Mountains if it’s clear. The resort offers an ideal base for a range of activities, such as dog sledding, cross-country skiing or visits to the nearby Light Chapel.

Facilities - Radisson Blu Resort features

· Barken restaurant with valley views · Stabben Afterski bar · Kvisten Restaurant · open fire in lobby · chocolatier and gift shop · lounge with pool table · huge indoor pool (1.8m deep) and kids' pool · indoor and outdoor whirlpool · ski lockers · wellness area with sauna - extra charge for massages and treatments · fully equipped gym and squash court (extra charge) · kids' playroom · teen chill-out room · free WiFi throughout the hotel · 124 bedrooms · lift to all floors · complimentary parking

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, satellite TV and free WiFi.

Twin room- sleeps 2: Twin beds, private shower and WC.

Twin room - sleeps 3-4 (max 3 adults): Twin beds and double sofa bed, private shower and WC.

Junior suite- sleeps 2-5 (max 3 adults): Twin beds, and a double sofa bed and single sofa bed in living area, private shower and WC.

Single room - sleeps 1: Single bed, private shower and WC.

Meals - food and drink in Radisson Blu Resort

· hot and cold buffet breakfast · free tea and coffee available from the restaurant all day · optional upgrade to half board with three-course evening meals from a set menu or buffet, plus special Christmas and New Year buffets

We update Radisson Blu Resort'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 Beitostolen - about holidays in Beitostolen - about ski holidays in Beitostolen - about ski holidays in Beitostolen Norway

Friendly & safe environment Excellent snow history Super place to learn

A safe bet for a quiet family holiday and heaven for cross country skiers, many consider this snug Scandinavian village their all-time favourite resort. The local pistes are quiet and reassuringly gentle - with more challenging terrain and oodles of non-ski activities just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Cross country Families Short transfer

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Snow History: December average depth 51.5cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Region:Øystre Slidre, Norway
First opened:1965

Beitostolen lift pass price last reported as NOK 1,630 (adult 7 day). Ask for a quote when booking Radisson Blu Resort.
Night skiing: Yes
Beitostolen has S N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Dec - May.

Town altitude: 900m
Top of slopes: 1107m
Bottom of piste: 750m
Vertical drop: 357m
Total length of trails:20km
Longest piste:2km
Beitostølen (say it bait-oh-st-er-len) is one of seven resorts in Southern Norway’s Valdres region. On the edge of the dazzling Jotunheimen National Park (which translates to ‘Home of the Giants’ because of its soaring peaks), it’s a small village, set along a quiet main road and brimming with Scandi charm. Comprised of a handful of hotels, cabins, shops, well-loved bars and eateries, the selection isn’t overwhelming, but this is all part of Beito’s appeal as a peaceful, unintimidating resort. Located i...
Ideal for first time skiers, the slopes around the village are mostly gentle and often deserted – with two long greens from the top of the Ola-Express (Knuteløypa and Frognerbakken), a handful of gentle blues (we like Stolheisbakken and Olabakken) and a couple of reds on either end of the area to aspire to. The separate Barneland children's area, served by a super slow T-bar, allows little ones to pick up the basics undisturbed. Beito-Aktiv, the main ski school, is routinely recommended for its fun-lovin...
In a village that takes only about 5 minutes to cross, après in Beito is more laid-back than loud. It’s about hunkering down in one of the resort’s four friendly pubs, an ample measure of Gløgg in hand and an ear to one of the frequent live bands. That is, unless you’re here at Easter, when drinking spots are notorious for being as heaving as anywhere in Val or Verbier... Arnold’s is without a doubt the most animated of the pub set – with a base-favouring DJ who’ll get the blood and the fists pumping. ...

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