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Tromsø

St. Elisabeth Hotell og Helsehus

We offer 24 newly decorated and comfortable rooms in a tranquil setting, but only 10 minutes walk from the lively city centre.

Bardufoss

Bardufoss Hotell

Overlooking the idyllic Målselv Valley, this hotel is located in central Bardufoss. It offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, a cosy lobby bar and a variety of leisure activities.

Tromsø

Smart Hotel Tromsø

Smart Hotel Tromsø is a new fullservice bed 6 brekfast hotel which opens i april 2013 in the hearth of Tromsø.
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Sommaröy

Scandic Partner - Sommarøy Arctic Hotel

Located in peaceful surroundings outside of Tromso, beautiful nature experiences just around the corner.
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Harstad

Scandic Harstad

Harstad is beautifully located by the waterfront on the large island of Hinnoya. Grottebadet water park situated in a mountain in central Harstad is a popular family attraction, as well as the easy cycling routes with little traffic. The hotel is centrally located in Harstad, with restaurant, bar, meeting facilities and WiFi.

Harstad

Trondarnes Folkehøgskole/ Sommerhotell

Trondarnes folk have 6 each discipline: music, theater, design & fashion, gourmet food and cake design, child and youth work and vocational testing a...

Tromsø

Comfort Hotel Xpress Tromsø

Located in downtown Tromsø and within easy walking distance to all sights and attractions, Comfort Hotel Xpress, Tromsø opened 15 October 2014.

Olderdalen

Håkon Guesthouse

In the centre of Oldedalen, is Håkon Guesthus. The thai inspired entrance leads the way into the reception/cafe area. Here you can enjoy a bite to eat. Håkon Guesthouse has 5 doublerooms.

Lyngseidet

Gjestegaarden - Lyngen

Gjestegaarden has long been an important part of Lyngen center. Here visitors encounter other residents of Lyngen.
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SANDTORG

Sandtorgholmen Hotel - accommodation

Sandtorgholmen is one of the oldest and has been one of the richest trading north of Trondheim, with roots dating back to 1300's. Sandtorgholmen was the first who got a license for the sale of wine and spirits in this region, in the year 1770. We are also fortunate that we have the wine cellar from this period, now restored as a wine bar with 30 seats. From Sandtorgholmen was among other things wine delivered to seven parishes. They also had their own bakery on the island, so the "communion wafers" was baked for the same parishes. Sandtorgholmen is located in Tjeldsundet, where there are strong currents and rugged waters. Stream runs over seven knots at the strongest, so Sandtorgholmen was a natural stopping point to wait until power turned.
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