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Dyreparken Hotell, Kristiansand

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Part zoo and part amusement park, Dyreparken Hotell represents one of Norway's most popular attractions and will entertain both children and adults alike. View over 140 native Scandinavian and exotic species, such as tigers, lions, giraffes, lynx, and apes. Stop by the sea lion pool to watch its residents interact and play. Head over to the amusement park area and take a ride on the log run, the bob run, the carousel, or Norway's longest slide. There is also a waterpark with attractions suitable for the whole family. Check the website for show times of the kid's show with Captain Sabertooth, a visitor favorite! Plan your Dyreparken Hotell visit and explore what else you can see and do in Kristiansand using our Kristiansand itinerary planner.
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  • I live really close to Dyreparken, but this is most definalty one of the best parts of Norway. Being a teen I can tell you if this is something for the teens or not, and the answer is absolutely! Yes,...  more »
  • A great place to go, if you love animals. If you bring your kids there is plenty of stuff to do, and see. If you have a ticket voucher instead of tickets, be sure to go in the line in the Costumer Ser...  more »
  • Been here only once but the park indulges you as there are no visible boundaries and makes the walk unforgettable. I bet all the animals feel at home and how can i miss to talk about the Pirate ride, ...  more »
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  • My wife and I stayed at Scandic Hotel for one night with our daughter for a conference. The room was clean and the staff were very helpful. There was a very nice playground which our daughter enjoyed. It is a 3 minute drive from a large shopping mall. All the meals were buffets with a good selection. All in all we were very satisfied with our stay and would gladly recommend it to anyone who is traveling with children.
  • A deal on their flyer, nobody at the hotel had ever heard of and wouldn't even help out with when I showed them the flyer. The dinner was expensive and in small portions which I suppose is to be expected from a hotel. The breakfast is dried out stuff from the day before part from the bread and hot food, but the hot food wasn't good. The chef came out on the second day while I was eating breakfast to grab stuff from all the salad and fruit bowls with his hands to make lunches or whatever into plastic boxes. The room was small but comfortable, part from you being able to hear everything next door and in the hall. The old TV had few channels and not all were tuned. If you have zoo plans with kids, then go for it. If not I can't recommend this place.
  • Was at a conference. Good meeting facilities. Really nice view, and delicious servings - both during lunch break and coffee breaks.
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  • Very good hotel. Seems the service was a bit random, but it is maybe just I demands. Good food
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