Elite Park Avenue Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Kungsportsavenyn 36, Box 531 93, Gothenburg, Vastergotland, 400 15, Sweden

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
47%
67
Average
18%
26
Poor
3%
5
Terrible
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8

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  • Families83
  • Couples70
  • Solo89
  • Business80
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    Decent business hotel

    by

    I stayed at Elite Park Avenue Hotel in Gothenburg for one night in September 2011. I was here very briefly on business and was in and out of the hotel quite quickly. The room was very spacious and nicely furnished. Overall, Elite Park Avenue is a pleasant business hotel with nothing to fault, but if I came to Gothenburg for tourism it is not where I would stay. The hotel is in an unattractive mid-20th century building and is located some distance from the heart of the city where tourist sites are located.

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A good pub chain

by Sjalen about Bishops Arms

If you miss a good pub in Sweden, look no further. Bishops Arms is a whole chain of pubs which look as English as you will find in Sweden. This is because the interiors are bought from various places in England and imported. For instance the Malmö pub has an interior from a victorian church...Apart from this, the pubs have a very good selection of beers from all over Europe and of whiskies. Just look for the blue door which is their sign. They are attached to the Elite hotel chain and you find them in Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö, Växjö, Västerås, Norrköping, Lund, Helsingborg, Örebro, Sundsvall, Karlstad, Jönköping and Luleå. Any good English ale.

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Huskysled or Rendiersled

by Maurice92

Hi,
I´m from Germany. First of all sorry for my English ;-D

Me and 2 friends are interested about places to visit in and around Goteborg.
We are especially interested in a day trip with a dog sled, rendiersled or something like this. Is that posible?
We are 4 adults travelling from the 19.01 – 23.01.11 to Goteborg.
We look forward to get different answers from you.

Kind regards,
Maurice

Re: Huskysled or Rendiersled

by Askla

Are you serious?? Do you really believe there are reindeers in Göteborg??? Never been looking at a map or like that??? If you want to take a reindeer sledge you will have to go 1.000 km or more further north.

Re: Huskysled or Rendiersled

by Joacim

I am living in gothenburg for a long time and has writtn a few tips on my page here on VT http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/cbf01/2fd8a/

Regarding the sled it is very hard to find something at all regarding sled trips after christmas. Just before christmas during the christmas markets you can find this at the markets. For a full day, I don't know anyone offering this unfortunately

Travel Tips for Göteborg

YET MORE "ART"!

by hevbell

More street art! This time though it wasn't so much on the street, as in the courtyard of some building near Konthusbodarna. I just sneeked in and took a quick snap. There really are a lot of statues, sculptures etc on the streets of the city though - in all kinds of styles.

Talk about the weather with...

by sabe

Talk about the weather with everybody and sigh alot. People here love to talk about the weather (if you haven't noticed) Talk about the summer that never came cause it rained so much. Talk about the snow that never came because it rained instead. (Or if it came, melted so quickly that Santa missed the whole of Gothenburg because he thought it was a lake.)Yay for living by the sea!

Sensible wear will make your holiday enjoyable

by maria_hz

You can find most things in Gothenburg, but as it is a pedestrian-friendly city, do bring good walking shoes, so you don't have to look around for those before going sightseeing. Especially if you go out to the archipelago, it is good to have good foot wear, should you want to venture off the beaten paths to explore the hilly islands.

Gothenburg is windy, and the farther towards the coast you go, the windier it tends to be. To keep warm during cool days, bring a wind jacket or similar. Also note that while it may feel hot in the city, because of the wind it may feel much cooler in the archipelago.

Bring a rain coat or waterproof jacket. It can rain any time of year and as it tends to be windy, an umbrella will be of limited use, especially right on the coast or on the islands.

More sports watching

by Henrik_rrb

As I mentioned above Gothenburg is full of sporting activities to watch. Apart from football and ice hockey the city has also elite teams in handball (Redbergslid and Sävehof), basket (newly founded Gothia basket), floorball (Pixbo) and bandy (Gais).

Handball is played in Lisebergshallen (Redbergslid) and Partillebohallen (Sävehof). The latter one actually situated in Partille, a city outside Gothenburg.
Also floorball (hands up everyone who knows that sport...?) is played in Lisebergshallen, but also in Wallenstamshallen in Mölnlycke).
Basket is played in Högsbohallen, a bit outside the central parts.
Bandy is played at Ruddalen, next to where the football club Frölunda plays their home games.

For female teams the best shot would be:
Football: Göteborg/Landvetter (playing at Valhalla stadium from autumn 2006, very central) or Jitex (playing in Mölndal, south of Gothenburg).
Handball: Sävehof has a great team, and so has also Önnered.

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 Elite Park Avenue Hotel

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Address: Kungsportsavenyn 36, Box 531 93, Gothenburg, Vastergotland, 400 15, Sweden