You won’t find a better place from which to experience the endless polar night of winter or the 24-hour summer sun.
Activity adventure | History & culture | Relaxation
Only 1,333km from the North Pole, Polar Hotel’s location affords travellers easy access to the town of Longyearbyen and its array of charming galleries and museums, alongside exciting outdoor activities in the neighbouring region. Boasting impressive glaciers and Arctic wildlife, the hotel is situated only 5km from Svalbard Airport.
Undoubtedly the best hotel in town, the Radisson Blu offers both traditional hotel rooms and serviced apartments, so guests can be flexible with their living arrangements. The cosy accommodation is a warm and welcome retreat, and from the comfort of these well-appointed rooms, guests can enjoy sweeping vistas of the dramatic Norwegian coastline. Standard Rooms offer guests a choice of double or twin beds sleeping up to three adults, with excellent amenities including a spacious bathtub. The Superior Rooms offer increased size, magnificent views and added luxuries. Other rooms include suites.
The excellent Restaurant Nansen serves hearty Arctic fare in a dazzling setting, whilst the Barentz Pub & Spiseri is a favourite with the locals, serving tasty tapas, pizza and other snacks.
Excellent on-site facilities ensure a stress-free stay, including a lobby shop, selling newspapers, souvenirs and clothing, high-speed internet access and a sauna, inviting guests to unwind after an invigorating day of activities.
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Spitsbergen – the main island of the Svalbard archipelago – lies just a few hundred miles north of the Norwegian mainland and deep within the Arctic Circle. The archipelago
Spitsbergen is the largest and only permanently populated island in Norway's remote Svalbard archipelago. Lying just 620 miles from the North Pole, it's one of the most isolated places on earth and ideal for spotting bears and the Northern Lights.
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