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Clarion hotel Ernst
Norway

Welcome to an exiting hotel experience!

Already upon arrival at Clarion Hotel Ernst, the touch of history and tradition meets your eyes. Its 150 year long history is well based in its architecture and atmosphere. Since we opened the doors for the first time in 1858, we have always tried to combine old traditions with first class modernity.

The new Ernst is a living proof of this philosophy: We have taken the best modern and international art- and interior design, and build it in to the buildings unique architecture and atmosphere. We have added a room filled with high-tech training equipment, sauna and steam bath, for your relaxation only.

Visit Bar Barokk or try out Ernst Cuisine. We hope you will enjoy the meal! If you are planning an event, or a conference in Kristiansand, please consider us. All our facilities are totally refurnished and up to date.

The New Clarion Hotel Ernst; a WOW-experience guarantied!

http://www.clarionernst.com

Copyright: Tor Erik Schrøder
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Tags: town; sørlandet; kristiansand; agder; vest-agder; panorama
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