Farris Bad Hotel is situated at the beautiful Larvik beach in Vestfold, 135 km south of Oslo. Farris Bad Hotel offers 176 beautifully decorated rooms, including the spacious and elegant Fritzøe Suite - perfect for grand occasions.
All rooms at Farris Bad are exclusively designed, where form and colour interplay with the nature outside the windows. Interiors reflect local natural resources – beech wood, larvikite and spring water. A discreet and elegant variation in room design and decor underlines Farris Bad’s basic philosophy to offer its guests a unique experience.
You may choose from five different room types, depending on your own personal needs and desires.
Farris Bad has the largest and most comprehensive spa department in Scandinavia, and is the only hotel that has established the spa on a natural mineral-rich spring.
Each day, fresh spring water bubbles up from our subterranean grotto 55 m under the ground. Steeped in nutrients. Health-bringing. The water takes 20 years to percolate through the natural moraine filters below the beech forest before it reaches Farris Bad.
The spa department focuses on physical exercise, mental training, balanced diets and treatments. It's a place where you can find outer and inner calm. Professional advice and dedicated therapists will ensure you are taken good care of during treatment.
(Please note that the hotel spa and pool area has an age limit of 16 years)
Perfect deal to combine work and relaxing spa visits, if you have a flexible schedule! Beautiful scenery with views overlooking the ocean, gives you peace of mind. Stay several days for the ultimate experience: farrisbad.no/workation/
Workation includes: bed/breakfast, time in spa, coffee/tea throughout the day, tapas dinner.
Food & Drinks
The restaurant enjoys a propitious location with fantastic views over the sea to the horizon. Our cuisine will take you on a culinary journey of pure and honest taste experiences, where only the freshest of raw materials are served with style, flair, devotion and individuality.
The largest conference room - Kildesalen - can seat 400 people in conference configuration, or 288 dining guests.