My wife and I stayed at the Radisson Feb. 18-23 for a Northern Lights viewing vacation. We stayed... See full review
Feb 25, 2010
First class hotel in city center. Sea front location. 35 years of experience. Totally renovated in 2007/2008, and the hotel expanded with 74 new rooms and congress facilities, which includes the congress hall Tromsosalen. Relaxation center with exercise equipment, solarium, sauna and a magnificent view. Restaurants have won several awards for excellent food and service including the Pizzeria "world famous in Tromso" and a famous Pub known from TV. Rates includes breakfast and tax. Free wireless broadband.
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My wife and I stayed at the Radisson Feb. 18-23 for a Northern Lights viewing vacation. We stayed in a standard room, which provided twin beds that could be pushed together to simulate a queen bed. The room is comfortable, but not large. We loved
the heated bathroom floor. The hotel stay included a morning breakfast buffet with a great variety of options. The waterfront location provided us with a view of the water and the mountains across the Tromso Bridge from our room on the 5th floor. The hotel is conveniently located within easy walking distance of the main shopping area as well as many great restaurants (we liked Emma's and Fiskekompaniet). The Tourist Information office is a couple blocks away, providing information and booking for many sightseeing activities. The staff in the lobby, restaurant, and cleaning crew were all very friendly and helpful. We would not hesitate to return.
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Kjetil Skogli picks up his Northern Lights viewers at the Radisson at 6:30PM. A great, small-group, excursion to the dark countryside most nights.