SkiStar Hemsedal loge opend
Christmas 2017 is the first-time ski enthusiasts can book vacation at the new SkiStar Lodge Hemsedal Suites. HRP’s Ingar Dalen has been leading architect for the project.
“The new site seems to be a success from the start,” says Anne-Lise Holde Dokken, Marketing Manager at SkiStar Hemsedal.
During the last month craftsmen have finished the final finish of the new lodge, in this period the first season booking has been open.
The facility contains beautifully furnished apartments that are of a high standard. The location is also family friendly, with its own children’s area. Lifts and hills is literally right outside the front door. SkiStar Lodge Hemsedal Suites offers apartments with up to 8 beds, including some special themed family apartments in the Valle Family Suites. At the facility, customers can choose beautifully furnished apartments that are of a high standard.
Valle Family Suites are apartments specially designed to give the kids an extraordinary experience during their stay in Hemsedal. These apartments are designed and decorated with colors and materials from Valles world. The apartments is well laid out with two bedrooms and views of the slopes in the children’s area. Just perfect for families with small skiers on holiday in Hemsedal!
The facility also contains a climbing area with a 14 meters high wall with automatic fall protection and a climbing top. Furthermore, it is a large O`Leary’s sports restaurant with bar, 250 seats and arcade games.
The nearest neighbor is SkiStar Lodge Hemsedal Alpin, and the buildings are connected via the walkway to provide easy access to amenities such as a grocery store, ski rental, restaurant, ticket sale and ski lift. In addition, there are childcare, additional restaurants, bars and shops within a short range.
“It may seem like we’ve met the concept very well, and it’s ready to be filled up with something that skiers have wanted. We already have 80-90 of the resort booked throughout the season, which means that in some periods it is fully booked, “says Anne-Lise Holde Dokken