AMI Hotel Tromso
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
Photos of AMI Hotel Tromso
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews AMI Hotel Tromso Tromsų
Travel Blogs from Tromsų
... out into the open and we were off, I didn't brake and we flew across the snow, it was fairly light today so we could see properly the amazing landscape that we only saw the silhouettes of the night before. Everything was snow covered, the sky was arctic blue with a rim of pink along the horizon and everything else was still. Every now and again we went over big ice patches which were definitely lakes but I didn't really want to think about that and the prospect of the ice ...
... as we would be setting sail for Alta at five o’clock.
The roads were cold and icy so I put some ice-grips over my walking boots. These consist of rubber things with metal studs in them which stretch to fit over the bottom of your boots. The sensation is a bit like footballers walking with their football studs on. They are great on ice and snow, but a bit precarious on normal pavement as you don’t have ...
A lot of travelling again today! The bus journey to Narvik airport was interesting. It stops at every village between Å and the airport (a journey of about 300km), with a change of drivers half way through. I picked it up in Kabelvåg, by which time it was running late. There seemed to be two buses following roughly the same route. Every few stops there would be an announcement in Norwegian and a few people from each bus would swap over, as if the buses were the ...
... film of Spitsbergen,excellent as of course we can see but a few parts of it.Two Ports and scenic cruising in several places, and to go to 80o/81o North to the Polar Ice Cap,so great expectations.
Aquarium at Polaria centre as well,and an old sealing ship fully in cased in a glass house arrangement, with all the information relating to this horrible practice, which ended in 1981...also a museum of the Polar expeditions Amundsen etc,with their ...
June 24th – Karl's 76th birthday. I was organized for this trip, so I said good morning to him with a birthday card in my hand. We had already arrived in our final stop north of the Arctic Circle, Tromso. Tromso is best known as a departure point for Artic explorers and hunters since the 18th century. Today it is also known as the home to the northernmost university in the world. We had booked a Princess tour ...