Would you like to enjoy a panoramic view of Suldalsvatnet lake and the surrounding mountainous horizon?
At Energihotellet, the architecture creates the perfect frame for a spectacular meeting with nature.
All of our rooms are furnished in a minimalistic style, complimenting our unique architecture. Our aim is to make the view of lake Suldalsvatnet the main feature in your hotel room but you will, of course, also find good beds, shower, TV and free Wi-fi in all of our rooms. There is one Junior Suite with a small lounge area and bath tub. We can also offer a room suitable for pets and rooms adapted for universal accessability. We can also supply extra beds and children's cots. All of our hotel rooms are uniquely situated so you are never far from enjoying a panoramic view of the lake.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the community pool in Nesflaten is currently not open to hotel guests.
Energihotellet also offers meeting and conference facilities. See more information under Meetings & Events.
At Energihotellet you will have a food experience in harmony with the surroundings. We use local produce in every way we can, such as Suldalskinke (cured ham), trout or scar from the lake. Lamb and venison are supplied by local farmers and locally produced sausages. Food and drinks are always designed to compliment the seasonal availability.
Local produce and services are also a key feature in the activities we offer. We can arrange a tour to Ham Loft ("Skinkeloftet"), where the local ham is cured, a fishing trip at the lake or Al Fresco Dining.
In the summer season we serve lunch from 13:00-16:00, and we are open to bookings for dinner also for guests not staying in the hotel. We request that you book before 20:00 the evening before by calling us on +47 51 20 05 55 or by email to booking[at]energihotellet.no.
Energihotellet is a family runned design hotel situated in Nesflaten in the southern part of Fjord Norway, along the inner route between Stavanger and Bergen, right in between Trolltunga and the Pulpit Rock.
The hotel was designed in the sixties by the renowned architect Geir Grung, and was built in connection to Norsk Hydro's power station, Røldal-Suldal kraft. The architectural work consists of housing estate, power station and the building which today is Energihotellet. The strong concrete brutalism breaks with what you would expect to find in a small village in Western Norway.
Local food, industrial history, architecture and culture are key points to us with the lake and the surrounding mountains as backdrop.
Here you will experience norwegian design and architecture, grand landscapes, unique activities and personal service. A warm welcome to Suldal and Energihotellet!