Tromso, my hometown where I`ve spent most of my life, is a rather small city with its 75 000 inhabitants. It is the most prominent city in Northern Norway and the fifth biggest in Norway. During the past ten years or so it has become hugely popular as a tourist destination, as there is plenty to see and do in Tromso and its surroundings.

In winter people come from all around the world to see the Northern Lights. In summer the Midnight Sun shines all night and the unspoiled nature and wildlife is the main attraction. With direct flights from Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, London, and Frankfurt, as well as several cities within Norway, it is easy to get to Tromso.

The increasing amount of visitors has led to a boom in the number of accommodation options in Tromso,  and visitors now have a lot more choices to consider when deciding where to stay in Tromso.

In this article, we will give you a quick overview of what we consider the best areas for visitors to stay in Tromso and why along with some suggestions for hotels at any budget.

What Is The Perfect Accommodation In Tromso?

For us, the perfect accommodation has big enough rooms so that we can store all our luggage and still have some space to walk around. We are a massive fan of big comfortable beds so that we can sleep soundly at night.  And of course, free and fast wifi is a must-have! Luckily, most hotels in Tromso meets these demands and have a high standard.

Norway is rather expensive when it comes to accommodation and Tromso is sadly no exception. Here we have collected what we think are the best accommodations for any budget. So whether you are looking for a top-end boutique hotel, a unique experience in a wilderness cabin, or a self-serviced apartment to save some money, this article is for you.

While most visitors who come to Tromso, stay in the downtown area, staying outside the city has become popular with visitors who wish to be closer to nature to go skiing, hiking, fishing or Northern Lights hunting. We have therefore included accommodation options for the most popular areas outside of Tromso.

None of the hotels recommended here are paid placements or have sponsored our blog in any way. I have worked in the hotel business in Tromso so I know several of the hotels in Tromso quite well. We have also had friends and visitors stay in many of these hotels, and provide us with valuable feedback.

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Where To Stay In Tromso – The Different Areas

Tromsoya (Downtown Tromso)

Most visitors stay on Tromsoya (the red area on the map above), the main island where you find Tromso city center with most of the shops, restaurants, and museums. There are plenty of accommodation options on Tromsoya, and most of them are either by the harbor or on the streets close to the main walking street Storgata.

Tromsoya is only 22.8-square-kilometre (8.8 sq mi), located between the mainland (Tromsdalen, yellow area on the map above) and the big island Kvaloya (meaning Whale Island in English, blue area on the map above), where I grew up.

Kvaloya, Tromsoya, and Tromsdalen are connected by bridges and tunnels, and it only takes about a 10 min to drive from downtown Tromso to Kvaloya and 5 min to drive from downtown to Tromsdalen. It`s easy to get around Tromso either by foot, bicycle, car, taxi or bus. In downtown Tromso, everything is within walking distance.

If you are planning on exploring the areas around Tromso, like Sommaroy (the purple area on the map above), Senja (the green area) and the Lyngen Alps (the black area), I recommend that you rent a car as public transport is pretty limited once you get out of Tromso city.

Harbor area

Tromso winter

View from the Tromso Harbor at winter

The hotels in the Tromso harbor area are the best hotels in Tromso in my opinion. They all have fantastic views of the sea, Tromso bridge, Tromsdalstinden Mountain, and over to the mainland (Tromsdalen), the cable car and the most famous landmark of Tromso – The Arctic Cathedral.

Mid-Range

1.Clarion Collection Hotel With

Hotel With, as it is known locally, has the perfect location right by Tromso Harbour with a beautiful view over the sea and over to the Arctic Cathedral, the Tromso Bridge, Tromsdalstinden mountain and Fjellheisen. You are right in the middle of everything if you choose to stay at this hotel, very close to all the city’s restaurants and shops.

An extra plus with this hotel is that you get free coffee/tea and Norwegian waffles with sour cream, jam and brown cheese (Espen`s favorite!) in the afternoon (from 15 to 18 o`clock) and a free meal in the evening (from 18 to 21 o`clock). This makes this hotel a good value for your money as eating out is expensive.
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2.Clarion Collection Hotel Aurora

Next door to Clarion Collection Hotel With is its sister hotel Clarion Collection Hotel Aurora.

This hotel also has free waffles in the afternoon and an evening meal included in the price.

The extra plus of this hotel is the rooftop jacuzzi and sauna! Here you can relax in the evenings and watch the northern lights from the hot tub. Sounds pretty sweet if you ask me!
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3.The Edge Hotel

The new “star” when it comes to hotels in Tromso is The Edge. It is the newest hotel in Tromso and has an excellent bar and restaurant which is also very popular among the locals in Tromso. You really should try the hamburger; it is excellent!

Located by the harbor, but further south than the hotels above, and close to the Tourist Information office.

Next door is the new harbor building currently under construction, which will have lots of shops and restaurants.
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4.Scandic Ishavshotel

The Ishavshotel has a lovely location right on the pier and the rooms have an excellent view over the sea. They renovated all the rooms only a couple of years ago, so it`s all fresh and modern.

Ishavshotel is famous for their amazing breakfast which has won the “best breakfast in Norway” award several times. The Hurtigruten anchors up just outside of the hotel, and in the open space between Ishavshotel and Radisson Blu Hotel is the pickup place for all the tour guides and tour trips. So a very convenient place to stay if you plan on booking and going on a guided trip, like a dog sledding trip, northern light trip or reindeer trip.
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Downtown Tromso (the streets around the main walking street Storgata)

The hotels in the streets around the main walking street Storgata, are a bit cheaper than the ones by the harbor. They don`t have the same spectacular views as the harbor hotels but they are just as centrally located and everything is still within easy walking distance.

Mid-Range

1.Radisson Blu Hotel Tromso

I used to work here on the weekends when I studied Computer Science at the University of Tromso. It is a big and nice hotel with great location right in the middle of everything. The hotel has a sauna overlooking the harbor, which is pretty nice after a night out hunting for northern lights in the cold.

The hotel has a booking desk for information and booking of tours like dog sledding, reindeer trips, and northern light trips. Radisson Blu and the open space outside the entrance of the hotel is the pick-up place for all guided tours in and around Tromso.

The hotel is a popular conference hotel and is often booked by the University of Tromso for big conferences. So it might get fully booked if they are the host of a big conference.

This hotel owns and runs the popular pizza place Yonas Pizzeria and the famous Rorbua Pub which has live music Wednesday to Saturday. The pizza place and the pub are both located just next to the hotel.
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2.Quality Hotel Saga

Known to us locals as the “Gold Hotel,” due to their bright and shiny golden facade, this is one of the oldest hotels in Tromso. However, parts of the hotel are newly renovated, and that`s when they got their golden front. The rooms are spacious, but some of the bathrooms could need a facelift. All bathrooms do have heated floors, which is nice.

They offer free coffee, tea, and waffles in the afternoon at 15:00. Some of the rooms face the harbor and has a beautiful view. Saga Hotel is located close to the tourist information and the main bus stop.
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Budget

3.Enter City Hotel & Apartments

This hotel is good value for your money! It has a central location on the street just above Tromso’s main street Storgata.

The rooms are small apartments that have a small kitchen, which is handy for making breakfast, lunch or even dinner. That way you can save some money by shopping at one of the close-by supermarkets and cook your food. You get tea and coffee for free.

There is no breakfast included in the price since all rooms have a small kitchen, but you can buy breakfast for 100 Nkr (at one of their other close by hotels) if you want. All rooms have a private bathroom.

The hotel also has a laundry room that the guests can use for free. Very handy as dry cleaning is expensive and there are no other options in town if you want to get your clothes washed. There is, however, no daily cleaning service, but you can help yourself to coffee and clean sheets and towels whenever you want from the second floor.

You can easily get here by the Airport Bus (Flybuss) from the airport.
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4.Enter Amalie Hotel

Enter Amalie Hotel is a small budget hotel with an excellent location just next to the larger and more expensive Radisson Blu Hotel. A bonus is unlimited free coffee and tea the whole day and complimentary waffles in the afternoon.

The rooms are a bit small but are clean and well equipped with kettle, tea/coffee, mini fridge, iron, and hairdryer. You have to pay extra if you want to have breakfast at the hotel (150 Nkr per person). Or you can just have breakfast at one of the many cafes close by.

They say they have a 24-hour front desk, but it does not seem to be the case. The reception at the hotel close at 23:00, and if you arrive later than that you have to do the check-in and pick up your key at one of their other hotels.
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5.Comfort Hotel Xpress Tromso

Comfort Hotel Xpress is a budget hotel with perfect location in Grønnegata, the street adjacent to the city’s main street Storgata. It is probably the cheapest hotel in Tromso.

The hotel rooms are clean, modern and fresh, but a bit small. If you are out all day on tours and sightseeing, then the small rooms will not be a problem. All rooms have a private bathroom with heated floor.

There is no daily housekeeping service, they clean the rooms every fourth day, but you can pay extra if you want it cleaned every day. There is no restaurant in the hotel, but it is very close to all the restaurants and cafes that Tromso has to offer, and you can buy snacks and drinks from the lobby shop which is open 24-7.

You can get a breakfast discount of 50 % (150 KR) at their sister hotel Clarion Hotel, which is well worth the money as you can eat all you want at their excellent breakfast buffet. There is no kettle in the rooms, unfortunately, but there is hot water available in the lobby free of charge all day and night.
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North and South Tromsoya

There are not that many hotels in the north and south are of Tromsoya, but the few that are here are nice. Both areas are quiet and a good place to stay in for a good night sleep, and both have good bus connections.

In the north part of Tromsoya you will find the University of Tromso, the hospital, the Arctic Botanical Garden and the Science Center. In the south part the city beach Telegrafbukta (Bukta), Tromso Museum and Tromso Folk Museum are the main attractions.

Mid Range

1.Hotel St-Elisabeth
I was born in this building as this used to be the main hospital of Tromso. Now it is a modern hotel and conference center with fantastic views of the city. The breakfast, which you have to pay extra for, is served on the 5th floor and the views are breathtaking. The breakfast is excellent with a wide range of food options, well worth the extra money.

St-Elisabeth is located about a 7-10 min walk from the city center (south), and it is a bit uphill so be aware of this if you want to walk from the center with your luggage. If it is icy and slippery, you should probably just take a taxi from the city center when arriving from the airport. The hotel has a very nice fitness center, sauna, and is the only hotel in Tromso with a swimming pool!

The hotel is in a quiet area so its the perfect place to have a good nights sleep. The hotel and rooms are wheelchair accessible. There are free coffee and tea, and you can access the kitchen and laundry facilities. They clean the rooms every 2nd day.
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2.Pingvinhotellet UNN Tromso
The Penguin Hotel is a new and very tall hotel located next to the University of Tromso and in connection to the hospital UNN. It is located north of downtown Tromso, in Breivika. They have a restaurant, and all rooms have a private bathroom.

There is a bus stop just outside the hotel where there is a bus going into town every 10 minutes or so. It takes about 30 min to walk into town.

The view is excellent from the upper floors of the hotel. It is located in a quiet area, close to the Science Center which is showing a spectacular Northern Lights movie – The Extreme Auroras, and Tromso Arctic Botanical Garden. The Science Center is an excellent place to hang out with lots of activities for both grown-ups and children.
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Budget

3.Sydspissen Hotel

Bukta Beach Tromso

Bukta Beach

This hotel is a good value for your money. Sydspissen Hotel, located on the south end of the Tromsoya, is close to the famous city beach Telegrafbukta (or Bukta as we locals call it).

Sydspissen Hotel is a bit cheaper compared to the hotels in the center of Tromso and breakfast is included. It is located in a quiet and remote area of Tromso city and is a great place to see the Northen Lights (less artificial lightning).

The city bus stops right outside the hotel, but if you plan on renting a car, the hotel offers free parking in front of the hotel for their guests. It takes about 30 min to walk into the center of Tromso from here, or you can rent a bicycle at the hotel and getting into town only takes a few minutes.

The Tromso Museum is in within walking distance. The rooms are spacious and have a beautiful view of the sea, beach, and fjords and mountains surrounding Tromso. There are no restaurants close to the hotel, but a big supermarket.
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4.Bed & Waffles
If you want to stay at a homestay, Bed & Waffles is the perfect place! All rooms have a shared bathroom, as well as a shared living room, and some rooms have a kitchenette and, of course, a waffle maker. And the beds are super comfy!

The cozy and charming house is located right above downtown of Tromso, a 5-8 min walk up a hill from the city center. You can borrow spikes from the owner, however, if it`s icy, or you can just take the bus that stops around the corner. You can easily catch the bus no 40 to/from Bed & Waffles to the Airport. You get delicious Norwegian waffles for breakfast, yay! 🙂 The view of the city is stunning!
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Where To Stay In Tromsdalen (mainland)

Tromsdalen on the mainland is only a 15 min walk over the bridge from downtown Tromso. It is a nice and quieter area to stay in, with mainly private homes. Tromsdalen also houses Tromso’s most famous landmark – The Arctic Cathedral, the Cable Car up to Floya Mountain, a few restaurants (like Alegro Pizza), a shopping mall (Pyramiden) and Tromso Alpine Center.

Budget

Tromso Camping
Tromso Camping is a good value for your money. Here you can stay in cozy modern cottages all with beds, a seating area, and TV. The cabins have either shared or private bathroom. They all have a small patio and som has a kitchen. There is also a kitchen in the main building that everyone can use. Free parking and WIFI. You get access to a sauna and a bar, and there is a football field right by the camping.

This place is beautifully located in Tromsdalen (mainland) by the Tromsdal River, a five-minute drive from downtown of Tromso. From here you can easily step out for a hike or walk in the beautiful nature or hike up to Floya or Tromsdalstinden mountain. Kroken Alpine Center is also close by.

There are no restaurants nearby, but the bus stop is a 10 min walk away and there is a supermarket 20 min walk from Tromso Camping. It is close the Arctic Cathedral. Tromso Camping is located in a quiet area and it`s the perfect place to watch the Northern Lights.
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Where To Stay Outside Of Tromso

Kvaloya (Whale Island)

Kvaloya, where I`m from, is a big and beautiful island located just next to Tromsoya (downtown Tromso). It is connected to Tromsoya by a bridge, which is located just next to the airport. It takes about 10 min to drive from downtown Tromso to Kvaloya, and you can easily take the bus there.

Kvaloya is the perfect place for explorers and adventurers to connect with nature and go hiking, skiing, fishing, Northern lights watching, dog sledding, whale watching, kayaking and snowshoeing. Kvaloya has some of the best mountains in Tromso for hiking, climbing, and off-piste skiing, with the area Kattfjordeidet as my favorite and the place with most spectacular mountains.

Kvaloya is also the best area to watch the Northern Lights with Kattfjordeidet and Ersfjord being my favorite places, as there are few artificial lights there.

1.Yggdrasiltunet Gårdshotell
This beautiful accommodation is located on a farm on Bakkejord on Kvaloya, one hour drive from downtown Tromso, run by the super friendly couple Eivind and Maria. It is located in beautiful surroundings of sea, fjord, and mountains. It is a great place for hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and Northern Lights watching.

You can enjoy real Norweigan outdoor jacuzzi, a sauna, go for a boat trip on the fjord with the owner Eivind, or rent ski here.

A delicious breakfast is included in the price, and you can have dinner (delicious home-cooked Norwegian dinner made by the owner Maria) here. There are free WIFI and parking on site.

You stay in cozy cabins, where some have a private bathroom and some shared bathroom. You can use the shared kitchen and lounge with stunning view over the fjord. And if you like animals, you can help out feeding the chickens, or say hello to the goats, sheep, and horses, or play with the dogs, cats, and rabbits.

This is pretty remote so expect to have complete silence when you sleep and wake up, the only thing you can hear is the ocean and the animals of the farm.
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2.Ersfjordbotn Brygge

Northern Lights Ersfjord

Northern Lights in Ersfjord

Located in the beautiful fjord Ersfjord on Kvaloya (a 30 min drive from downtown Tromso), Ersfjordbotn Brygge is a great place to stay if you want to get out of town, see the Northern Lights, have some peace and quiet and be in one with nature. It is a brand new place located right by the fjord with spectacular sea views. All apartments have a private bathroom, and a sitting and/or dining area and a kitchen. The apartments are quite big and all have a balcony with amazing views over the fjord. There is free WI-FI in all units and parking on site.

Ersfjordbotn Brygge offer transport service to the airport, city center, and supermarket, or you can take the bus out here, but having a rental car is more convenient. You have to bring your own food but the kitchen is well equipped and on your way out to Ersfjord you pass the best supermarket in Tromso – Eide Handel where you will find all the food you need and did not know that you needed. 🙂 The supermarkets are, however, closed on Sundays in Norway.

Ersfjord is one of the most popular and most beautiful fjords around Tromso and is a trendy area for Northern Lights photography. Ersfjord also has a famous and popular cafe, Bryggejentene, which is open every day except Sundays.

Ersfjord is also an excellent place for hiking, skiing and snowshoeing, and you can hike the Nattmålstiden/Klokka ti mountain from here.
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3.Camp North Tour
If you are looking for a unique and special accommodation, the Camp North Tour on Kvaloya (Whale Island) offers camping where you sleep in big comfortable tents that are heated. There are no bathrooms, however, but simple toilets (shared).

Camp North Tour is the perfect place for some peace and quiet, be in one with nature and for watching the Northern Lights! You are really out in the wild here. It is a bit expensive, but breakfast and dinner are included. You also get free WIFI and free parking (a 1-hour drive from downtown Tromso). They also provide pick-up service from the airport or downtown Tromso. It is an excellent place for hiking, skiing, dog sledding trip, and snowshoe walking.
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Sommaroy (Summer Island)

Outside of Kvaloya is a small island called Sommaroy (Summer Island). It is connected to Kvaloya by a bridge and is a 1-hour drive from downtown Tromso.

Ornfloya Tromso

Me and our dog Frost hiking Ornfloya. Great view of Sommaroy Island

Sommaroy Island

Sommaroy Island

Sommaroy is a small fishing community with houses, cabins, a church, a school, a kindergarten, and a nice hotel – the Sommaroy Arctic Hotel.

Sommaroy is my favorite place to visit when I want to get out of the city and feel the sea air in my hair, especially during summertime, as it has some beautiful beaches and stunning views of the sea and the Senja Island. Sommaroy is excellent for a picnic and tent trip, as well as watching the Midnight Sun and hiking as there are several outstanding hiking options in the area.

Stop at the excellent shop Eide Handel on your way out to Sommaroy, and buy some of their delicious and famous sausages “Eidepølsa” and have a barbecue on Sommaroy.

Sommaroy Arctic Hotel

Sommaroy Arctic Hotel is the perfect place to stay if you want to have a modern and comfortable stay with the service of a hotel, and at the same time have peace and be in one with nature. Sommaroy Arctic Hotel is located on the beautiful and small island Sommaroy just outside of Kvaloya (a 1-hour drive from downtown Tromso).

This hotel offers both standard hotel rooms, apartments, and cabins (Rorbue) right by the sea and beach. The cabins have several bedrooms and can house a big family or group of friends.

Part of the hotel is newly refurbished and has excellent views of the sea. All rooms and apartments have a private bathroom.

The hotel has a restaurant where you can have delicious breakfast lunch and dinner, and you can enjoy a wood-fired sauna and an outdoor hot tub where you can enjoy the Northern Lights (if you are lucky) or the Midnight Sun in the summertime.

You can book many activities at the hotel, like a fjord boat trip, whale safari, and kayak trip. The hotel is perfect as a base for outdoor activities like hiking, and you can hike both Ørnfløya and Hillesøy Mountain from here.

The hotel is popular for conferences and workshops, and I have stayed here several times with my work at the Univesity of Tromso. The hotel manager, Kjell Ove Hveding, is a great guy and a fantastic storyteller of local stories of Sommaroy and Tromso.
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Senja Island

Another popular area to visit and stay at close to Tromso is Senja Island (a 3-hour drive from Tromso). Senja is a beautiful island with stunning nature, beaches, fjords, and mountains. It is the perfect place to see the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun.

You can drive there either by the road inland or out to Sommaroy and take the ferry over to Senja (Botnhamn) from Brensholmen. The ferry runs from 30. April till 30. August.

Hamn i Senja
The drive from downtown Tromso to the hotel Hamn i Senja takes about 3 hours. Hamn i Senja is my favorite place to stay on Senja. The property is stunning, modern and well maintained, and offers apartments (with two or three bedrooms) and rooms (double, twin or triple room), with great views over the sea and fjord. All rooms have a private bathroom.

You get free WIFI and free parking. They also have a great restaurant and bar, as well as a gift shop. This hotel is excellent for outdoor activities, like hiking, fishing, skiing, kayaking and snowshoeing, and you can rent a bicycle at the hotel. The hotel arranges different tours.
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The Lyngen Alps

Lyngen with its peaky mountains that go straight down into the fjord is a breathtaking area north of Tromso, about an hour and a half from Tromso with car and ferry. Lyngen is excellent for hiking, ice climbing, glacier trekking, skiing, kayaking, fishing, and mountain or road biking. We drive through the Lyngen Alps on our way to our cabin, and I just love this Arctic and alpine landscape.

If you want to join a guided tour, AscentDescent offers trips both winter and summer.

Lyngen Alps

The ferry trip from Tromso to the Lyngen Alps

To get to The Lyngen Alps, you must drive from Tromso to Breivikeidet (a 1-hour car ride). Take the ferry from Breivikeidet to Svendsby in Lyngen (takes 20 min). The ferry trip is well worth the trip in itself as it is a beautiful ferry trip across the fjord with a fantastic view of the Lyngen Alps. From Svendsby you can drive through Lyngen and take another ferry from Lyngseidet to Olderdalen. From Olderdalen you can drive back to Tromso, the drive takes 2,5 hours (without taking any ferries).

1.Magic Mountain Lodge
The Magic Mountain Lodge is located in Lyngseidet, the center of Lyngen Alps. It has a restaurant and a bar, and you can order a packed lunch to bring with you on hikes. Lyngseidet is the perfect base for skiing, hiking, climbing and biking trips in the Lyngen Alps area. The fjord view from the rooms is breathtaking!

They have a shared kitchen and chill out area, a sauna, and there is a supermarket in the area. Since there is not much artificial lighting, this is the perfect place to watch the Northern Lights. The Magic Moutan Lodge is run by the friend and welcoming couple Henrika and Patrik.
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2.Solhov
Solhov is, like Magic Mountain Lodge, located at Lyngseidet, the center of Lyngen with shops and a gas station. Lyngseidet is also where the ferry leaves for Olderdalen. Solhov used to be a school but is now a lovely accommodation with rooms, shared kitchen, free WIFI, and free parking.

It is beautifully located right by the sea with a private beach. It also has a restaurant and an outdoor hot tub right by the sea where you can sit and enjoy the stunning fjord view. Solhov is a perfect base for skiing trips, hiking or kayaking, as well as Northern Lights watching or enjoying the Midnight Sun.
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3.Lyngen Lodge
The lovely boutique hotel Lyngen Lodge is beautifully located on top of a hill with a panoramic view over the Lyngen Fjord and the Lyngen Alps. It takes 2,5 hours to drive here from Tromso. All rooms come with a private bathroom, and you get free parking.

They also have a restaurant with a cozy fireplace where you can sit and enjoy local Norwegian dishes. You can also relax in the sauna or the outdoor hot tub. The hotel organizes different trips and activities like skiing trips (you can rent skiing equipment), hikes, boat trips, fishing trips, and glacier walks. We drive past this hotel when we go to our cabin in Kvænangen, and it is such a lovely hotel and place.
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4.Lyngen North
At Lyngen North you can spend the night in a glass igloo watching the Northen Lights! It is beautifully located by the fjord, sea, and mountains of Lyngen Alps.
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5.Solheim Fritidsgård – a farm stay in Lyngen
If you love animals and nature and have always dreamt of staying at a farm, then Solheim Fritidsgård is the place to stay at! It is located on Svendsby, close to where the ferry from Breivikeidet arrives and is beautifully located by the sea and in between mountains.

The units have a fully-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, dining area, and a terrace. The owners of the farm can organize a dog sledding trip or a snowmobile trip for you. You can also say hi to the cows or take the dog for a walk, or try some fresh cow milk.
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The End

Although Tromso is a relatively small city, it has a lot of accommodation options, and you can choose from everything from hotels to private home. People that visit Tromso also tend to want to see the surroundings of Tromso and get out into the arctic nature to see the Northern Lights or the Midnight Sun. It can be nice to spend a night or two in the outer and more remote parts of Tromso like Kvaloya, Sommaroy, Senja or Lyngen. I, therefore, think it`s best to rent a car, although there are bus and boat options as well.

But there is plenty to see and do in Tromso City itself, so if you only have a couple of days or a weekend in Tromso, you should choose accommodation in downtown, and you will have more than enough activities to choose between. Since it`s pretty cold in Tromso the year round, you should pack a little differently than on your usual city trip to a city in Europe.

Hopefully, you now know a little more about Tromso and it’s surroundings, and it has become a little easier for you to decide where to stay in Tromso.

Now that you have (hopefully) found the perfect place to stay in Tromso, it is time to think about what to pack for your Arctic adventure! 😀

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