Dreges Hotell is located in the beautiful fjord village of Stranda amidst spectacular nature.

About Dreges Hotell

In 1917, Anna Gurine and Hans Petter Drege, two of the early pioneers of the village, opened the doors to what would become a legendary hotel. With their passion and innovative spirit, the hotel became a warm focal point in the community. To honor the rich history, we have chosen to name the hotel Dreges Hotell, while the restaurant will now bear the name Anna Gurines Spiseri. The hotel offers 62 rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool, sauna, and a lovely backyard.

Due to its proximity to the Strandafjellet ski resort, the hotel offers a wide range of activities both in summer and winter. From guided hikes that allow you to enjoy spectacular views from the mountain tops to leisurely mountain walks exploring the surrounding nature. Renovation work is already underway, and we look forward to completing it.

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Selected facilities

62 hotelrooms
Anna Gurines Spiseri
Swimmingpool
Sauna
Meeting rooms

Unwind, relax your body, and experience a sense of well-being in the hotel’s delightful swimming pool, with a pool temperature of 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit). Bring a book and enjoy some time for yourself in the comfortable chairs around the pool. Large, open windows make you feel like you’re outdoors, and in the changing room, you can take a refreshing shower after your swim. The swimming pool is open to all, year-round.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The pool is open:

Monday – Sunday 07:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Sauna:

Monday – Sunday 02:00 PM – 09:00 PM

*Free for hotel guests

Prices for visitors:
Adults: NOK 150
Children 3-15 years: NOK 75
Children under 2 years: Free

The history

Dreges Hotel has been a part of the enchanting fjord village of Stranda, majestically situated in the Sunnmøre region of Norway, since 1917. The history of the hotel dates back to the beginning of the last century.

It all began when Anna Gurine Andersdatter Ringstad and Hans Petter Pederson Drege acquired the plot of land between Litleelva and Sotrelva from the Øyna rectory in 1904. They built their first house on this property. From 1917 until today, the site has been a bustling hotel.