High quality in all aspects. The personal, the food and room were all high quality. An overwhelming breakfast, we have never seen anything like that before. We arrived late, but could have an excellent dinner anyway.
A perfect stop halfway trough Norway , with good parking , a lovley breakfast and a good night sleep. Dogs allowed :-) good restaurant! And also in the middle of the town. Over all a good experience and my regulare stay.
The hotel has one old and one new section. We paid extra and got a room facing the ventilation fans and outlets - and across we had windows from other guest rooms. That was the view. When it comes to parking, they have repainted the parking spaces into the tiniest parking places you can ever imagine.... We could not get into our car after a car parked next to us - and it was the same with that car. When a new car parked - the previous car was locked in and could not be accessed ..... Someone has made a huge mistake here - but needless to say: the response from reception was : "Yes, we know" "you are not the first one to complain"
My first impression, I admit, was a mixed bag. I thought the old building and grounds were charming in a historic way, but the elevator (more on this later) and room made me feel like I had just overpaid for an old style hotel/motel. But, after some exploration, time to relax, a good meal and some drinks at the bar, we all came to the conclusion that Scandic Meyergården was a great place afterall. Actually, by morning, after breakfast, I was completely won over. Let me explain. The room was like an old-school (circa 1980s) style room, except that all the furniture had been swapped out for new modern, Ikea-type furnishings and hard-wood floors instead of carpeting (my guess). The old electrical outlets however gave the facelift away. All the mod cons were there. Mini-fridge, wifi, floor warmer, towel warmer, hair-dryer, desk lamps, bedside reading lamps. The bathroom was similarly upgraded, but signs of the older previous bathroom were still there, like the brass-tone fixtures, the tissue box mounted on the wall, the floral pattern tiles, and the beefy glass shower doors. But the real shocker was the shower. Oh MAN, I have not felt such water pressure from a shower in 20 years, and certainly never in Norway. It was like a blast from a firehose. I think Millennials will be confused and shocked at this deluge of water. What a luxury! I felt strangely... comfortable..... there, as if I had entered a hotel room from another era. My era. Sure the TV was flat screen, but it was like low 720 res, reminding me of old TV sets. The design and arrangement of the room was subtly throwback, and it made me feel at home. There was even a (haha) telephone in the room. Best thing of all was the fan in the room. Norway, being a cold place most of the year, does not bother with air conditioning, especially in individual guest rooms. Consequently in the warm summer months I always feel warm in hotel rooms even with the windows open. Well, the fan was the perfect solution. I slept like a baby. The lobby here was an eclectic warren of four or five areas, basically where 4 wings intersected. The historic old Meyergården from the 19th century was one part. It has an interesting lobby on display, with old photos and hunting rifles. One could see from a photo that the Meyergården once stood right on the waters edge. Other wings lead to conference areas, and to the main restaurant/bar (where the breakfast is also served). The breakfast was excellent also. A huge variety of foods for every appetite. I was impressed. It was really up to Scandic standards. There is a small hotel bar next to the front desk. Pretty standard offerings, but, what stood out, was the excellent, superb, gracious level of customer service. Both bartenders were super friendly, helpful, attentive and frankly what made our evening nightcap so pleasant. 5 star service! There was one weird, serious, glitch. When I called the elevator in the morning to get to the lobby, the door opened, and the floor of the elevator was like a foot or so down (between floors). I took a chance and jumped down in. The elevator functioned like normal thereafter but it was the only real negative (safety) event during our stay. Overall, the old-school charm of Meyergården won me over. I think that on future visits to Mo, I will prefer Scandic Meyergården because of location and service.…
Good breakfast with a wide selection, very good beds, clean and tid rooms, excelent service from the Staff and several El car chargers. Have stayed here several times, and will stay here again for sure.