Radisson Blu Resort, Trysil Trysilfjellet

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Location - where is Radisson Blu Resort

· ski-in, ski-out · next to the lift · in the centre of Trysil Turistsenter · less than 1 minute's walk to the ski school, nursery slopes and ski bus stop

Overview - hotel description - Radisson Blu Resort description

The hotel is at the Radisson Blu Resort Trysil – it’s a beautiful mountain retreat with amazing facilities, comfy rooms and an unbeatable location.

The hotel is on the Turistsenter side of the mountain, with all the amenities right on your doorstep. It’s ski-in, ski-out on a green run and is right next to the lifts, which will whisk you up to the peak in no time. The excellent ski school and nursery slopes are less than a minute’s walk away, as is the ski bus stop, where buses will pick you up to take you around the hill to Høyfjellsenter.

Each of the deluxe rooms is cosy and contemporary, with gorgeous chalet-style décor, hardwood floors and indulgent Jensen®beds.

When you’re done with skiing, there’s plenty at the hotel to keep you entertained. Spend a few hours in the indoor adventure pool, which has separate sections for toddlers and kids, as well as a fantastic glass climbing wall over the deep pool – and even Norway’s only FlowRider wave pool, where you can learn to surf with the help of the friendly instructors. For an extra charge, over 16s can retreat to the spa and relax in the sauna, steam room, laconium or hot pool – or even indulge in a massage or treatment.

You’ll be spoilt for choice at mealtimes. The buffet breakfasts, taken in the Hill restaurant, are renowned for having excellent choice and quality. If you upgrade to half board, you’ll also enjoy buffet dinners in Hill, or you can eat à la carte at Brasserie T for an extra charge. On top of that, there’s the La Piazza restaurant, which serves up proper thin-crust Italian pizzas, and the retro American diner Chill Bowl & Dine, where you can feast on favourites like burgers and chips and then have a few games of bowling. Need a drink? Take your pick from three bars – the pool bar, the lobby bar, and the Sagbruket bar, where you can sit out on the sun terrace and enjoy drinks and snacks all day long.

And of course the Radisson has all of the other facilities you’d expect from a top hotel – free WiFi, an in-house ski shop, and a ski storage room with lockers.

Please note: We also have the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort Hotel and Apartments on the other side of Trysil, near Høyfjellsenter village.

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Facilities - Radisson Blu Resort features

· free use of indoor adventure pool, with main pool, deep pool with glass climbing wall, sections for toddlers and kids, and whirlpool · extra charge for FlowRider wave pool for indoor surfing · extra charge for spa with Finnish sauna, Turkish steam room, aromatic laconium, hot pool and relaxation areas (over 16s only) · extra charge for treatments and massages · fitness room · Hill buffet and à la carte restaurant · Brasserie T restaurant · La Piazza restaurant · Chill Bowl & Dine 8-lane bowling alley and diner · Sagbruket bar and sun terrace · lobby bar · pool bar · games area with pool table · kids' play area · in-house sport shop · ski room with lockers and heated boot rack · free WiFi · internet terminal in lobby · laundry service · two lifts to all floors · complimentary parking

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have flatscreen TV with English-speaking channels, free WiFi, telephone, hairdryer, safe and minibar. Family rooms also have tea and coffee making facilities. Cots are available for NOK 100 per stay - please request at time of booking.

Twin Room - 28m² - sleeps 2-4: One king bed or two twin beds, double sofa bed, shower and WC.

Single Room- 28m²- sleeps 1: King bed, shower and WC.

Family Room- 46m²- sleeps 2-5 (max 4 adults): Queen bedroom, lounge with double sofa bed and wall-mounted single bed, shower and WC.

Meals - food and drink in Radisson Blu Resort

· hot and cold buffet breakfast (Mon-Fri 7-10.30am, Sat-Sun 7.30-11am) · optional upgrade to half board with three course evening meals taken in the Hill buffet restaurant, La Piazza or Chill Bowl & Dine · extra charge for meals at Brasserie T · Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve gala dinners included with half board - Christmas buffet from 4-9pm and New Year's buffet from 6.30-10pm (drinks not included)

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.

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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 Resort.
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
Norway’s biggest ski resort, Trysil’s near the border to Sweden and about two and a half hours out of Oslo. It’s been around for a while - the local ski club, Trysilgutten, is the world’s oldest ski club (having opened in 1861) and one of the first ever ski races took place here in 1862. Everything’s built around the Trysil Mountain (or Trysilfjellet), with the main village bases being Trysil Turistsenter on the south side and Trysil Høyfjellssenter on the north side. The Turistsenter is the larg...
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Apres ski comes to life on Fridays and Saturdays, when Puben Sankt Olav in Høyfjellssenter hosts its live music performances and the DJ’s at Laaven in the Turistsenter create a big party scene. The Ski Pub does simple favourites like pizza and nachos and the Loftet Bar has an American inspired menu. The Big Horn Steakhouse has restaurants all over Norway and does brilliant steaks, ribs and burgers. Happy Faces is the place to go for sushi and veggie dishes. In Høyfjellssenter, families will love the...

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