Hotel | Overlooking the scenic Reisafjord, this hotel is found next to the harbour in Sørkjosen. It features a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and a cosy lounge with a flat-screen TV. The guest rooms feature TV and private bathroom. Many of the 54 rooms have panoramic waterfront views. Guests can try Norwegian specialities in the fjord-view restaurant, followed by after-dinner drinks in the lounge. Breakfast is served daily.
Reisafjord Hotel is the natural stopping point between Tromsø and Alta. It is right beside the E6 highway near the harbour in Sørkjosen.
The hotel has 54 guest rooms, all equipped with TV and bathroom. Free Wi-Fi. One of the rooms is disability-friendly. Many of the rooms have panoramic waterfront views. A major renovation project is underway, and many of the rooms have recently been refurbished. All rooms have parquet flooring.
The hotel's restaurant is open from 14-21 (2pm-9pm). Breakfast is served every day in the dining room, while the lobby bar is open from 13 - 02 (1pm-2am). Guests can relax in the lounge with an open fire or stay in shape by working out in the modern gym.
The hotel has three meeting/function rooms. W can host meetings, seminars, conferences and functions, including catering if desired.
Culture: ihana and Bak Neste Sving. Local stories around the fire, handcraft and the Kven
Short walks: the seaside promenade, the harbour
Groceries: Joker Sørkjosen just across the road (open every day)
Restaurants: The Hotel restaurant, “På taket kafè” just across the road, “Bios” in Storslett
Museum: Halti Storslett
Ski stadium and cross-country ski trails: Saga Skistadion, Storslett
Viewpoints towards sea and mountains: Drive around the Spåkenes peninsula or to Gildetun up the mountain Kvænangsfjellet.
Fjords and mountains: Drive towards Skjervøy
Farming landscapes: Drive from Storslett and into the Reisa Valley asto the end of the road
The best restaurant in our area: BIOS in Storslett
TIP: Google maps has excellent pictures of the hotel. Using street view, you can see the hotel from the outside and take a virtual walk on the seaside promenade.