With open sea and the sound of waves just outside the front door, and a Norwegian tropical paradise indoors, we welcome you to Quality Hotel Skjærgården.
Closed swimmin pool
The swimming pool will be closed in the period 11 April - 16 May due to technical improvements.
The Kids' Hotel
We are a Kids' Hotel all year round. That means that kids are always welcome and are the centre of attention of everyone working at the hotel. There's lots to do for children of all ages, particularly during weekends and school holidays (excluding the autumn half-term), when our youngest guests can partake in a range of fun activities.
Our waterpark Badeparken is 4,000 m2 in size and has a 31˚C water temperature all year round – it's the closest you'll get to a tropical paradise in Scandinavia. The Badeparken is a popular break from the cold in the winter and a saviour for holiday makers when the summer weather fails. And, if the summer sun is shining, we also have an outdoor pool that also can be used during wintertime, we keep the temperature at 31 degrees Celsius inside as well as outside.
Conferences filled with activities
We have plenty of experience when it comes to organising conferences and events. Here you can draw inspiration from nature and the sea air. We are more than happy to help you plan the perfect conference.
Just a short walk or drive from the hotel, you'll find Langesund, a town with marine traditions dating back to 1570. This was one of the most important seafaring towns from early on in Norway's history. Many claim that Langesund is the sunniest town in Norway and, especially in the summer, Langesund is full of culture and street-life. Here you'll also find Wrightegaarden, the town's cultural centre and concert stage. This might be the most delightful courtyard in Norway.
Gea Norvegica Geopark
You'll find a large Geopark area near the hotel. Some parts are within walking distance, some you can reach by bike or by car. The Geopark shares knowledge about our geological cultural heritage and shows how geological processes and our own existence are connected. The Geopark is the first of its kind in Scandinavia to be supported by UNESCO.