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Hotel Arctic (Greenland)

Hotel Arctic
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General information
Location Ilulissat, Greenland
Coordinates

69°13′37″N 51°5′36″W / 69.22694°N 51.09333°W / 69.22694; -51.09333Coordinates: 69°13′37″N 51°5′36″W / 69.22694°N 51.09333°W / 69.22694; -51.09333

Opening 1984
Management Air Greenland
Other information
Number of rooms 76
Number of suites 9
Number of restaurants 2 (and a summer buffet)
Website
Official Website

Hotel Arctic is the world's most northerly 4-star hotel, located to the north of the town of Ilulissat, Greenland, on the road to Ilulissat Airport.[1][2] It is located 2.7 km (1.7 mi) north of the mouth of Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main hotel building is located about 100 metres from the coast. Owned by Air Greenland, the hotel was built shortly after the airport was opened in 1984 to accommodate the passengers.[2]

Hotel Arctic has 76 rooms and 9 suites. In addition the hotel has 5 Aluminium "Igloos" built next to the coast and connected to the hotel by a 75 metre boardwalk. The hotel has the Restaurant Ulo which serves Greenlandic cuisine and Café Ferdinand.

The hotel has 5-star conference facilities for up to 120 people.[3]

References

Greenland portal
Denmark portal
Companies portal

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