This contemporary hotel has the finest rooms in Tromso. Situated quayside on the east coast of Tromsoya Island, close to the city’s spectacular wooden cathedral, the Scandic Ishavshotel’s spacious, superior and recently refurbished rooms offer exceptional
Set in an airy quayside building, Scandic Ishavshotel perches on the end of Tromso harbour, commanding maginifcent views of the surroundings. An area of Northern beauty and often referred to as the gateway to the Arctic, the hotel stretches over the Tromso strait with plenty of museums, cafes, galleries and sightseeing points to explore. Situated right in the city centre, the hotel is closely located from Tromso Airport and along bus routes.
Superior rooms offer sea views and accommodate up to three people with plenty of space, televisions, comfortable beds, a seating area and complimentary shower amenities. For added luxury, upgrade to Superior Extra including coffee and tea making facilities, bathrobes and a voucher for the hotel restaurant. Suites include separate seating areas with larger beds, the Presidential Suite can accommodate five people with a dining table and panoramic views of the harbour.
Hotel restaurant Roast offers enough variety to whet and suit every appetite and cater to every dietary requirement. Serving traditional, Norwegian cuisine in an open restaurant, menu's typically feature local meat, fresh seafood and fish sourced from the fjords around Tromso. Breakfast is a hearty affair with a large buffet selection, whilst a tempting a la carte menu serves up lunch and dinner.
From the hotel waterfront, the Tromso Cathedral, Art Museum and Polar Museum are all within close proximity. When not exploring what the city has to offer, enjoy a drink at the hotel bar. Offering night-time entertainment and a delicious drinks menu featuring wine by the glass- a rarity in Tromso, sublime cocktails and local and bottled beers, the bars are located on the waters edge, enjoy beautiful views of the harbour.
Stay here on these holidays
Winter in the Lofoten Islands provides a landscape of snow-covered mountains, icy fjords, beaches and colourful fishing villages. Northern Lights enthusiasts are rewarded with frequent and colourful displays during winter. Wildlife lovers will find whales and sea eagles on a range of boat trips.
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