Come along to Clarion Collection Hotel Norre Park – a popular, beautiful and lively hotel steeped in history in central Halmstad. Here you can see architectural features characteristic of 1909, and its location is idyllic right next to Norre Katts Park. In addition to breakfast, we always offer both a complimentary mid-afternoon snack and evening meal.
Dating back to 1909
A night spent with us at Clarion Collection Hotel Norre Park is a night spent with Halmstad's history and culture. The atmosphere is characteristic of the house's century-old history, and some rooms have original ceilings from the early 1900s. Photographic art is displayed all over the hotel depicting the local and very beautiful Norre Katts Park. From time to time we organise exhibitions and openings with local artists.
Calm and central location
Clarion Collection Hotel Norre Park is located in central Halmstad, right opposite Norre Katts Park. Here you stay in a calm and leafy area, close by shopping and restaurants. Halmstad's sights including the County Museum, New City Library and Galgberget park are all within a comfortable distance. If you'd like some more tips on activities and sights in the local area we've gatheredour top Halmstad tips here >>
We offer a complimentary evening meal
We want you to find peace and tranquillity and to feel at home when you stay at our hotel. Which is why we serve a complimentary light evening meal between 6pm – 9pm every evening. That way you never have to worry about where to go for dinner, because there'll always be something to eat 'at home'. There's also a hotel bar by the reception at Clarion Collection Hotel Norre Park, where you can order refreshing drinks, beer, wine and snacks.
You stay in beautifully designed rooms when you stay with us. Choose from our smart and compact moderate rooms, stylish standard rooms and spacious superior rooms.
From cooperage to hotel
The hotel has a long and diverse history. The house was built in 1907 and over the years a great many businesses have been located here including market hall, cinema, cooperage and sports shop. In the 1960s the hotel was run by the eccentric Maybritt Lorentzon, known for her good food, many poodles and liberated lifestyle.