Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel, Trysil Trysilfjellet

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Location - where is Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel

· ski-in, ski-out · next to the Myrsnipa lift · near Høyfjellsenter village · 1km from the ski school and nursery slopes · ski bus stop outside

Overview - apartment description - Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel description

Discover your mountain oasis at the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences (formerly the Park Inn Hotel). The Radisson has an incredible location in Norway’s largest ski resort. It’s right on the slopes, so you’ve got ski-in, ski-out access, and the ski bus stops right outside to take you to the ski school, Høyfjellsenter village, and around the mountain to Turistsenter.

The Radisson has all the warmth of a traditional chalet, with the size and style of a modern hotel. It’s elegant and cosy throughout, and the rooms are super comfortable.

There are two onsite restaurants; the Barken restaurant is where you’ll enjoy a buffet breakfast each morning, and you can also eat there à la carte in the evening to enjoy a delicious meal of traditional regional food – or upgrade to half board to get a buffet-style dinner included. The Stabben après bar has a more pub-like atmosphere and serves favourites like burgers, pasta and fish and chips. Attached to the hotel is the Kort&Godt bakery/pizzeria, where you can pick up fresh baked bread or homemade pizzas. In the evenings you can relax next to the fire in the gorgeous lobby bar, and on Fridays and Saturdays you can listen to live music in Stabben.

Another highlight at the hotel is the beautiful Kulpen Spa, with an indoor pool, indoor and outdoor whirlpools, saunas, steam room and relaxation room. It costs a bit extra, but you’ll get 50% discount as a hotel customer, and it’s well worth it.

Elsewhere in the hotel is a games room, kids’ playroom, sun terrace, sports shop and ski room. Plus, there’s free WiFi throughout. What more could you want?

If you prefer a bit more space, we also have apartments available in the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort.

Please note: This hotel was formerly called the Park Inn Hotel and is located near Høyfjellsenter village. There is also a Radisson Blu Resort on the other side of Trysil, in Trysil Turistsenter.

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Facilities - Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel features

· extra charge for Kulpen Spa with indoor pool two saunas, steam room, indoor and outdoor whirlpools, relaxation room and fitness room (50% discount for Park Inn customers) · extra charge for massages and treatments · Kvisten restaurant · Stabben après bar · live music (Fri & Sat) · Kubben lobby bar and lounge with fireplace · sun terrace · Kort&Godt bakery/pizzeria · games room with pool table · kids' play area · laundry service · in-house sport shop · ski room with lockers and heated boot rack · free WiFi · PC in lobby · lift to all floors · 369 rooms and suites

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms are located in the Lodge buildings and have a flatscreen TV with English channels, free WiFi, telephone and hairdryer.

Twin Room - 19m² - sleeps 2: Double bed, private shower and WC.

Single Room- 19m²- sleeps 1: Double bed, private shower and WC.

Meals - food and drink in Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel

· hot and cold buffet breakfast · optional upgrade to half board with 3-course evening meals (usually buffet in peak season and waiter-served in low season) · Christmas Eve gala buffet (from 4-9pm) and New Year's Eve gala buffet (from 6.30-10pm) are included with half board - drinks not included · customers staying on half board for 5+ nights can have one evening meal in the Kort&Godt pizzeria

We update Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel'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.

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Trysil’s the biggest ski resort in Norway, and one of the best in Scandinavia. You’ll find terrific facilities for families and a whole host of pistes all over the Trysilfjellet Mountain – within a short walk or ski from most accommodation.

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Great for Families Beginners Doorstep skiing

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL)160km, 2h40
Region:South-east Norway
First opened:1958

Trysil Trysilfjellet lift pass price last reported as €204 (adult 5 day). Ask for a quote when booking Radisson Blu Mountain Hotel.
Night skiing: Yes
Trysil Trysilfjellet has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 415m
Top of slopes: 1100m
Bottom of piste: 415m
Vertical drop: 685m
Total length of trails:67 runs / 71km
Longest piste:5.4km
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