This 1930s Functionalist-style hotel is in the coastal resort town of Fevik. It offers upscale dining and a private sand beach.
The Strand Hotel Fevik is one of Norway's few remaining hotels built in the Functionalist style. Following its recent renovation and extension, it is a leading venue for courses, conferences, vacations and functions. The architecture of the newly built extension is in complete harmony with the older building, and from the finest banqueting hall on Norway's south coast, you can enjoy beautiful views of the ocean and the gently rolling dunes right on the doorstep. Add to this the hotel's fabulous spa, and you're probably as close as you'll get to a Mediterranean holiday in Norway.
The Strand Hotel Fevik has been a luxurious refuge among the islands and skerries of the south coast since 1937, holding a magical attraction for visitors from far and wide. Many famous guests have stayed here and contributed to the hotel's treasury of fascinating stories. The author Roald Dahl was a regular guest for more than 30 years, accompanied by his Oscar-winning wife Patricia Neal.
The hotel's management team is passionately committed to providing guests with the highest standards of modern comfort, personal service and a diverse program of activities.
Welcome to a hotel with a difference.
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- Source: Grimstad Turistkontor