You can stay at the Norwegian hotel from 'Succession' for $430 per night
- In "Succession," the Roy siblings headed to Norway to negotiate the sale of Waystar Royco.
- The wheeling and dealing takes place at the Juvet Landscape Hotel.
If not for the "death-wrestling with ogres" and the awkward rave, the Norwegian retreat in the most recent episode of "Succession" looks nothing short of idyllic: incredible views of the lush valley and birch forest, a spa with a steam room and hot tub, and buffets of smoked fish and breads.
It turns out you, too, can enjoy the luxurious haven from the "Kill List" ("Succession" season 4, episode 5), and you won't even have to deal with heckling — or weird confessions — from Lukas Matsson.
The episode takes place at the Juvet Landscape Hotel in the Valldal valley in northwestern Norway. A self-described "once-in-a-lifetime escape" that merges modern architecture and the natural world, a room at the hotel goes for between between $430 and $750 per night.
The hotel offers three types of rooms. The least-expensive option, Bird Houses, go for $430 per night. At just 86 square feet and with a "tiny bathroom," the minimalist log buildings cantilevered into the mountainside "highlight how little we actually need," per the hotel.
Landscape rooms — such as the ones the Roys stayed in — go for $600 per night. They are simply furnished with natural materials to highlight the views of the river, forest, or mountain offered by their floor-to-ceiling windows.
The property's most luxurious accommodation, the Writer's Lodge, costs $750 per night, and has two bedrooms, a living space, kitchen, and patio facing the forest.
Each option includes breakfast and a three-course dinner in a 100-year-old barn.
The breakfast buffet includes eggs, bread, local apple juice, cereals, and, of course, smoked salmon.
Communal dinners are served at one long table and made from local ingredients.
In addition to outdoor activities like kayaking in the fjords, hiking and climbing in the mountains, and skiing the Trollstigen plateau, guests can enjoy the bath house, which features a steam sauna, hot tub, and "silent room."
"Succession" is not the first time Juvet has gotten attention from the media. The dramatic hotel was previously featured in "Ex Machina" and the Danish film "Exit Plan."
"When we saw images of the remarkable architecture and setting of Juvet we got really excited," producer Scott Ferguson told Variety. "Norway is a glorious, natural setting. It immediately seemed like a perfect place for a family gathering in the series. We studied different countries, but we realized Norway just has this exceptional landscape — like nowhere else in the world."
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