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Puisi room

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Hotel Arctic has 29 Puisi rooms, which have views of the town and the harbour. Renovation of all the Puisi rooms was completed in 2009 and they offer sensible comfort, simple solutions and an ambience that reflects the standard of Hotel Arctic.

A child’s cot is available free of charge in the room; however it is not possible to set up a bed for a third adult in Puisi rooms. Two Puisi rooms connected with a door can provide single or double beds for four people.

The new bathrooms are minimalistic – but equipped with Philip Stark sanitary ware.

Original works by the Greenlandic artist Buuti Pedersen decorate the rooms.

The Puisi rooms are situated in the hotel’s original wing of the same name. The name is the Greenlandic word for seal.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Puisi suite

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Hotel Arctic’s Puisi Suite has a view of the sea and the icebergs. This suite offers extraordinary experiences: Extra space, fine facilities – fantastic view: Our webcam shows the view from this suite! Features include B&O TV, mini bar, café set with coffee and tea, and bathrobe. The suite is furnished with a four-person dining table and two armchairs.

The Puisi Suite has a double bed. A child’s bed is available free of charge.

The bathroom has a shower stall and bathroom scales.

The suite is located at the end of the Puisi Wing – named after the Greenlandic word for seal.

Greenlandic artist Camilla Nielsen has decorated the suite.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Kajak room

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Hotel Arctic has 20 Kajak rooms, all with views of the sea and the town. These rooms are furnished and equipped with everything to make your stay especially pleasant. 32" Loewe TV, trouser press, mini-bar and café set with coffee and tea.

The Kajak rooms are more spacious than the hotel’s Puisi rooms.

The rooms may be booked as either single or double rooms. Double rooms are fitted with either a king size double bed or two single beds. A child’s bed is available free of charge in these rooms.  We have two Kayak rooms which are family rooms, sleeping four people.

The Kajak rooms are located in the wing of the same name.

The tastefully designed rooms have paintings by the Greenlandic artist Miki Jakobsen.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Kajak suite

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Hotel Arctic’s two suites in the Kajak Wing have views of the sea and the icebergs. They offer an extraordinary experience: Extra space, wonderful view, fine facilities. The Kajak suites are a large version of the Kajak rooms. Features include 32" Loewe TV, mini bar, café set with coffee and tea, and bathrobe. Each suite is furnished with a two-person sofa and an armchair.

The Kayak suites are fitted with king size double beds. A child’s bed is available free of charge.

The Greenlandic artist Miki Jakobsen has decorated the suites with paintings that are inspired by the kayak, the sea and wildlife.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Umiaq room

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Hotel Arctic has 21 Umiaq rooms, all with views of the sea and icebergs. These are the hotel’s newest rooms and they are of a very high, international standard. Features include a 32" Philips TV, mini bar, café set with coffee and tea, and bathrobe.

The Umiaq rooms may be booked as either single or double rooms. Double rooms are fitted either with a king size double bed or two single beds. A child’s bed is available free of charge. It is not possible to place a bed for a third person in the Umiaq rooms.

The elegant bathrooms have shower stalls in glass and bidets.

The Umiaq rooms are located in the new wing of the same name. Umiaq is the Greenlandic word for the traditional women’s boat.

The Greenlandic artist Miki Jakobsen has decorated the rooms with original photo art – all with the women’s boat as the theme. In addition, the rooms have paintings by the local artist Arne Reimer.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Umiaq suite

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Hotel Arctic’s six Umiaq Suites have an imposing view of the sea and the icebergs. This is the finest we have to offer: Plenty of space, impressive views, and exquisite facilities. Features include 32" Philips TV, Kloss radio with dock for iPhone/MP3, mini bar, café set with coffee and tea, and bathrobe. The suites are furnished with two-person leather sofas and armchairs.

The Umiaq Suites have either a king size double bed or two single beds. A child’s bed is available free of charge.

Bathrooms in the Umiaq Suites have a bathtub, shower stall and a bidet.

Three of our six Umiaq suites has a balcony.

These suites are situated in the Umiaq Wing, named after the Greenlandic name for the traditional women’s boat.

The Greenlandic artist Miki Jakobsen has decorated the suites with original photo art – all with the women’s boat as a theme. The rooms also have paintings by the local artist, Arne Reimer.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Umiaq deluxe room

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Hotel Arctic has six Umiaq DeLuxe rooms, all with views of the sea with the icebergs. These are the hotel’s newest, most beautiful rooms and they are of high international standard. The rooms are more spacious than the other Umiaq rooms and details include B&O TV, mini bar, café set with coffee and tea, and bathrobe. The rooms are furnished with a two-person sofa and an armchair.

Umiaq DeLuxe rooms may be booked as either single or double rooms. Double rooms are fitted either with a king size double bed or two single beds. A child’s bed is available free of charge. Umiaq DeLuxe rooms may be booked as family rooms for three or four people.

The elegant bathrooms have glass shower stalls and bidets.

Umiaq DeLuxe rooms are located in the Umiaq wing, which is named after the Greenlandic word for the traditional women’s boat.

The Greenlandic artist Miki Jakobsen has decorated the rooms with original photo art – all with the women’s boat as a theme. In addition, the rooms have paintings by the local artist Arne Reimer.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic have these facilities and services: Wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm, extra pillow, hairdryer, floor heating in the bathrooms, toiletries, mosquito net, desk, child’s bed, all dimmable lamps, iron and ironing board, room service and laundry service 7 days of the week.

Outdoor room

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Hotel Arctic’s five Outdoor Rooms each have a private terrace and direct access to the fells outside.

These rooms are the most recent addition to the hotel and they more than live up to their four-star classification. There is an unrestricted view of Disko Bay from the panorama windows.

The two sides of the adjustable bed can be regulated individually, so you also have a view of the fells, the ocean and the icebergs from there. Or you can enjoy the view from the two armchairs. Should the sun be too bright, simply activate the awning.

The rooms are furnished with wardrobe, writing desk, two armchairs, coffee table and a bench in front the window. There are two chairs and a table on the terrace outside.

From the exclusive bathroom you can choose to have a view of the fells and Disko Bay – or you can blind the large window and screen off the bathroom. Facilities in the bathroom include a remote-controlled bidet-function built into the toilet and the mirror has Bluetooth speakers that can play music from your iPhone and Android.

The Outdoor Rooms are located in the Umiaq Wing, which is named after the Greenlandic word for the traditional women’s boat.

The rooms are decorated with the Greenlandic guillemot as the theme.

The five outdoor rooms are available from May 1st until October 31st.

Note: All rooms at Hotel Arctic offer these facilities and services: Free wireless internet, cable TV, telephone, radio with alarm function, extra pillow, hairdryer, heated bathroom floor, toiletries, mosquito net, writing desk, child’s bed (book this when you book your room, children under two years of age are free), all dimmable lighting, iron and ironing-board, room service (excl. outdoor rooms and igloos) and laundry seven days of the week.

Igloo

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Stay overnight in an igloo

Would you like accept the challenge of staying in an igloo on the very edge of the Ice Fjord? Right in the front row overlooking the beautiful Arctic nature. From May to October it is possible to stay overnight in one of our five unique two-person igloo cabins that are located at the end of a wooden bridge just a short walk from the hotel. Look out across the cliffs, the Disko Bay and watch the colossal icebergs as they drift by.

The igloo cabins are inspired by the classic eskimo igloo in shape and design but instead of being made of ice they have an aluminium frame so that when you step inside you are greeted by comfortable and modern facilities like any other hotel room – but the atmosphere is totally different.

It costs about the same to stay the night in an igloo as in a standard room.

Please note: Our igloos are not part of the hotel classification (rating).

Inside the igloos

The harsh nature comes right up to the door. Inside the five igloos are modern and comfortable with electric heating, radio, TV, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities and a small bathroom with a shower. There is room for two persons in a double bed or in two single beds and the whole experience is so special that only a real igloo can beat it.

When you walk out of the igloo the Hotel Arctic reception and restaurants are just a few paces away. The distance is short when measured in metres but you will probably feel that when you go back to your igloo for the night you are entering a completely different world.

Experience Iglo DeLuxe in 360 degree images