Located in a historical mill house in Lillehammer is the charming Mølla Hotell, named by Swiss magazine Bolero as one of the world’s most unusual hotels. Stay just steps away from Lillehammer’s lively main pedestrian street and not far from Maihaugen, Europe's largest open air museum, and Bjerkebekk, the home of writer Sigrid Undset. Skiing and family fun are just 9 miles away in the Hafjell Ski Arena and the Hunderfossen Family Park. Many of Mølla Hotell’s rooms have been created out of the mill’s original corn granary and now welcome guests complete with flat-screen TVs and complimentary wireless internet. The hotel also delights visitors with fascinating photographs and memorabilia from the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics. The Toppen Bar at Mølla Hotell offers spectacular views over Lillehammer together with the drinks or cocktails of your choice. The bar is open from Monday through Saturday 8pm-2am. In the grinding house dating back to 1863 is the Egon Restaurant, offering delicious food for every taste. Experience the ancient, thick rock walls, massive beams, giant millstones, tools from the old mill days and nooks and alcoves perfectly suited for intimate dining. In summertime the terrace overlooking River Mesna opens up its doors. Here guests can enjoy a wonderful meal surrounded by rushing river sounds.