Gjøvik Hovdetun Hostel
Address: Parkveien 8, Gjøvik, Norway
Set a 10-minute walk from Gjøvik town centre, Gjøvik Hovdetun Hostel offers rooms and apartments with free Wi-Fi access and flat-screen cable TV. The Fastland recreational grounds are right next to the hostel.All rooms and apartments at Hovdetun have wooden floors and a private bathroom with shower. Apartments include a seating area and a kitchen or kitchenette with a fridge and tea/coffee facilities.A buffet breakfast is served each morning. Guests have access to a bright and fully equipped communal kitchen. Meals can be enjoyed in the dining room or in the cosy fireplace lounge.The swimming pools, tennis courts and ski slopes at Hovdetjernet are located right next to the hostel. Gjøvik Train Station is 1.3 km away.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Newspapers|
|• Garden||• Terrace|
|• Non-Smoking Rooms||• Family Rooms|
|• Free Parking||• Luggage Storage|
|• Ski Storage||• Breakfast Buffet|
|• All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking||• Sauna|
|• Children's Playground||• Walking|
|• BBQ Facilities||• Laundry|
|• Ironing Service||• Internet Services|
|• Fax/Photocopying||• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN|
|• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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Offering great value for money accommodation in Gjøvik, Norway, Gjøvik Hostel – Hovdetun is located right next door to Fastland, the city’s main pool facility, featuring an outdoor pool, a children’s pool, a beach volleyball court, a skateboard ramp, tennis courts, and a barbecue area. The Gjøvik Hostel – Hovdetun offers a variety of accommodations with private or shared bathroom facilities plus the convenience of a fully equipped guest kitchen. Visitors staying at the guest house can relax in front of the fireplace in the lounge or on the large patio with views of the Fastland pool area and the surrounding alpine hills. Gjøvik is one of 3 towns that border on Norway’s largest lake, Lake Mjøsa; the other 2 are Hamar and Lillehammer. In 1994, many of the ice hockey games of the XVII Olympic Winter Games were played in Gjøvik Olympic Cavern Hall (called Gjøvik Olympiske Fjellhall or Fjellhallen), considered the world’s largest public arena excavated in rock. Visitors can rent skates for ice skating or swim in the indoor pool. Also popular are cruises on Lake Mjøsa aboard the Skibladner. Constructed in 1856, it’s the oldest paddle steamer in the world still making regularly scheduled trips. Gjøvik is approx. a 1 hour drive from the Hafjell Alpine Centre in Lillehammer.