Stalheim Hotel

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Discover the Stalheim Hotel, which originally debuted as a postal farm that serviced the Oslo-to-Bergen mail route.

Stalheim Hotel was constructed amid the intellectual and philosophical movement that dominated Europe in the 18th century.

Dating back to 1647, the Stalheim Hotel began as a postal farm that serviced the Oslo-to-Bergen mail route. It purpose was to shelter the postal workers who would trek along the arduous route frequently. The hotel itself later opened in 1855 with just 20 beds, only to be extensively expanded later within a decade. Stalheim Hotel was occupied by the Germans during World War II, but reopened in 1946. Business continued to be fruitful until 1959 when the hotel experienced a structural calamity. The Stalheim Hotel that stands today was rebuilt following this event, and opened the following summer. It is now a coveted vacation getaway known for its proximity to many lush, verdant mountaintops.

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