@Kirkenes Snow Hotel

Ice Hotels: the Snow Hotel in Kirkenes, Norway


Photo: Snow Hotel Kirkenes

Photo: Snow Hotel Kirkenes

Photo: Terje Rakke, Nordic Life/Innovation Norway

 
The amazing Snow Hotel

The Snow Hotel in Norway is a unique destination hotel with lots of room inside and beautifully lighted artwork made of snow.

The Snow Hotel is located in the Arctic town of Kirkenes - "at the top of the world" -  by the Barents sea, close to the Russian border.

The Snow hotel is rebuilt each winter and opens approximately on December 20. The hotel is exclusively built with ice and snow, but there are normal beds with mattresses for a healthy sleep comfort. There is an exotic Ice bar where guests mingle. The temperature in the Snow Hotel is between -4  and -6  degrees Celsius.

Next to the Snow hotel there is a heated service building and an exotic, heated Lavvo restaurant. In the service building there is one room with a few beds, just in case a person does not feel comfortable sleeping inside the snow hotel. There is staff present during the night to secure safe overnight in the Snow Suites.

A normal health condition is required for an overnight stay in the Snow hotel

At the geographical location of the Snow Hotel, you experience the Polar Nights each winter from November 21 - January 21, with the characteristique, Arctic twilight. You will also have the opportunity to see the amazing Northern Lights when the sky is clear.

 

 

We offer you adventurous Northern Lights holidays including an overnight stay at the amazing Snow Hotel


Ice Hotel Northern Lights Break

Ice Hotel, Northern Lights & Tromso

Northern Lights Cruise with Snow Hotel

Northern Lights Adventure Cruise, optional Snow Hotel

Customer Protection

Fjord Travel Norway is fully insured and a member of the Norwegian Tour Guarantee Fund (RGF). Travel agencies and wholesalers in Norway are required to be a member of this fund. In the unlikely event of insolvency the RGF will refund any advance payments you have made to our company for a holiday in Norway.