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Lindstrom Hotel Laerdal, Norway in B&W
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The Lindstrom Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Laerdal. All of the hotel's 87 guestrooms are equipped with standard in-room amenities to ensure the maximum comfort for its guests. The guestrooms are equipped with non smoking rooms, hair dryer, television. This beautiful Laerdal accommodation provides restaurant, room service to suit all guests' utmost convenience. Along with its convenient location in Laerdal, the hotel also offers a wide range of services and facilities to the guests. The hotel creates a balance of rich culture and modern convinience to ensure you a memorable stay.

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