Energihotellet is a design hotel which lies at Nesflaten. The place has a powerful history, with solid design and architecture in the walls. Most guests, weather they are local or from far away, get impressed by the magnificent view of the lake Suldalsvatnet, the 60s-inspired furniture from Svein Ivar Dysthe, the golden stove and the unique architecture drawn by Geir Grung.
All 29 rooms are decorated in a minimalistic style; in the rooms, the view of Suldalsvatnet is what is meant to be in focus. During the summer season (May-September) it is possible to enjoy a swim in the outdoor heated pool, which is just a short walk from the hotel. During the winter, you can warm up in the sauna at the hotel.
At Energihotellet you will get a food experience that is in line with the surroundings. Energihotellet offers tempting dishes based on locally-sourced food from near-by farmers and businesses such as Suldalskinke (ham), trout from Suldalsvatnet, lam and wild food from Suldalsheiane, and locally produced sausages. The hotel offers several experience packages, which is often based on local food and attractions.
A visit to Engergihotellet is perfect for those interested in architecture and design hydropower and our industrial heritage. Hundreds of architects visit the area every year to see how the architeture of Geir and Tai Grund mixes with the furniture of Sven Ivar Dysthe and the outdor scenery. The hotel is also a part of the hotel chain De historiske ("Historical Hotels").
The area of Nesflaten is perfect for cycling, with good roads from the hydropower development period to Vasstøl/Finnabu, Sandvatn/Holmevatn and Mostøl. A cycling trip to Røldal and Sauda is also to recommend for the more experienced cycler. E-bikes can be hired from the hotel. Nesflaten is also a gerat place for a hike and and fishing. Energihotellet also offers tunnell concerts with Åshild Vetrhus for group bookings.
Season: All year.
Capacity: 58 beds, with conference facilities.
More information and bookings available on their website here.