The fourth stop on our tour took us to Molde, Norway. This time we stayed at the Rica Seilet, a hotel worth staying at for the views alone. They definitely had the best views of the hotels we'd stayed at so far. It is shaped like a candle, and seeing it from afar we thought it would be a great hotel. The views from the rooms and from the panoramic terrace on the top floor are fabulous. When we were there, there were still snow-capped mountains, so the scenery was spectacular. The room this time was a huge quadruple room, it was great. There were dressing gowns on the bed for us, and the bathroom had a heated towel rail. As usual in Norway, there was a copy of the New Testament in the night-stand drawer, in Norwegian and English. I must also emphasize that at breakfast this was the only hotel we stayed in that had croissants. It appears that Norwegians do not really like pastries, I love them so when I saw this hotel I was very happy ha ha.
The Quality Hotel Alexandra at the mouth of the harbor and 10 mins from the airport. Fantastic views of the fjord and mountain peaks. Most rooms have a balcony. New conference facility so you can organize meetings and conferences for up to 400 participants. The hotel has 163 rooms.