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Cultural hotel in north – Sortland Hotell – is situated in the centre of Vesterålen and Sortland. The hotel has spring 2010 been renovated. Our 50 rooms includes 4 suites, all have flatscreen TV and original paintings. Famous Norwegian author Lars Saabye Christensen has his own library which has all of his novels and translations. In 1911/1912 Knut Hamsun stayed for months writing his famous book ‘Look back on happiness’. Among other items our foaje has the door to his room No 10!
Saabyes Bibliotek is also our restaurant – we take great pride in our kitchen!
Sortland is a perfect location for trips in Lofoten and Vesterålen.
BEST WESTERN Svolvaer Hotell Lofoten is a modern, comfortable art hotel in the centre of Svolvaer. The hotel was built in 1986, an extension was added in 1994, and renovated in 2009. The owner's great uncle was Edvard Munch and his reproductions adorn the hotel.
BEST WESTERN Narvik Hotell is situated 115 meters above sea level, surrounded by beautiful nature next to Narvikfjellet, representing one of the most spectacular ski resorts in northern Europe. Taking just a step outside the hotel, the mountain lift brings you up to Narvikfjellet, 655 meters above sea level.
BEST WESTERN Lofoten Hotell is located in Leknes, surrounded by beautiful mountains in the middle of Lofoten. The hotel has 60 modern guest rooms, of which two are suites and one room suitable for wheelchair users.
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This comfortable, family-run guesthouse is newly refurbished, and offers a peaceful location in a residential area close to the town centre.
The M/V "Gamle Salten" is one of Norway's finest vintage vessels based in Bodø. It is an authentic version of a 50's coastal steamer vessel.
Cabins between fjord, mountains and Northern Lights 20km from Tromsø
Visit us at the tourist office for further information. We have lots of suggestions for hiking, activities, attractions and sights.
Cultural-historical accommodations in Svolvær. Modernised in 2005.
In Nusfjord you can find most of the buildings which were part of one of Norway's eading fish buying stations of its time.