At the Clarion Collection Hotel Amanda, you'll be surrounded by Haugesund's unique cultural history, and a beautiful view of Smedasunden outside. You can catch a boat to the beautiful islands of Røvær, Feøy and Vibrandstøy from right outside the hotel. Breakfast, "fika" and an evening meal are always included in your room rate when you stay with us.
The hotel lies within walking distance of Haugesund's rich cultural life, and the pedestrian street has a great selection of shops, restaurants and cafés. You'll also be within easy reach of the Amanda Statue, City Hall Square and Norway's national monument, Haraldsstøtten.
Food and beverages
Breakfast and an evening meal are served every day, and in the afternoons we serve a traditional "fika" with something sweet and a hot drink. Our bar in the lobby area is the perfect place to sit back and relax while you enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine. More information about our dining concepts can be found here.
The name Clarion Collection Hotel Amanda is derived from the Amanda Award, Norway's equivalent of the Oscars, and the hotel has a strong connection to the Norwegian International Film Festival, which is held here every year. The hotel's interior has been inspired by film history, and you'll find film posters and pictures of famous actors all around the hotel.
Meetings and conferences
We have five meeting rooms that can accommodate a variety of events and conferences. Find out more about our meeting rooms here.
Golf & Cycling in Haugesund
Haugesund has a thriving golf scene with four nearby golf courses. The stunning natural surroundings and roads provide for excellent cycling paths through many adventurous terrains including the Hardanger Fjord and the Folgefonna Glacier!
The Clarion Collection Hotel Amanda has a long history in Haugesund. It was built in 1903 and was a hotel until the 1950s. After a few decades of being used as offices and shops, it reverted to being a hotel in 1989. Since then, the Clarion Collection Hotel Amanda has played a central part in the many cultural events in Haugesund, such as the film festival and the Sildajazzen jazz festival.