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Transport and parking

We are located in the old train station building in Lillehammer. Our adress is Jernbaetorget 2-4.

The main strees in Lillehammer is situated two blocks above us, less than 5 minutes walking distance. 

The Birkebeiner skistadium is 10 km towards Nordseter. Buses depart from the station at regular basis. 

Hafjell is 15 km north of us. Buses depart from the station at regular basis.

Hunderfossen is 15 km north of us. In the summer season there are buses at regular basis departing from the station. 

Nordseter is 20 km up the mountains and buses depart on regular basis. 

Sjusjøen is located 25 km from us, buses depart on regular basis. 

By train

The train (SJ and VY) stops right outside Stajonen Hotel, and is probably the easiest and most sustainable way to travel here. In the southern direction (Oslo, Oslo Airport Gardermoen, Torp Sandefjord airport) there are trains going almost every hour, and in the northern direction (Åndalsnes/Trondheim/Bodø) there are 3 to 4 daily rutes.

For timetables and tickets, go to: EnTur

By bus

The buses stops right outside the hotel, and if you take the main entrance to the station building, you will find the reception to your left.

For timetables and ticket to the bus routes, go to Nor-Way Bussekspress or EnTur.


Follow the signs for Lillehammer city center when entering Strandtorget/Cirkel K by Mjøsbrua (Lillehammer South). Drive straight ahead at the roundabout at the petrol station, through the tunnel. Turn left at the first entrance after the tunnel (signs to the station).

On the short-term car park, take a free 30-minute ticket. Check in at our reception located in the main building (the station’s oldest building). After check-in, you can move the car to the long-term parking lot. Take the first right from the short-term car park, under the railway bridge. Drive past the commuter parking and park further away in the car park. You need to pay to park here. The parking machine is by the stairwell where you can go in a tunnel under the railway and into the station. Find parking on Google Maps.

Charging your electrical car

If you need to charge your electrical car, there are several possibilities nearby. Look at the charging map for Lillehammer