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KIRKENES SNOWHOTEL OPEN EVERY DAY 13:00 - 17:00
Entrance ticket NOK 150,-
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Welcome

Everyone is welcome for a fun and exciting stay in our amazing winter world. Kirkenes Snowhotel opened in 2006, since then we are giving our guests a wonderful experience in one of Norways most beautiful surroundings. Snow is often described as something negative, when snow is falling in larger european or american cities society stops completely and traffic is in chaos.  We consider snow our friend, and we would like to show you different ways to enjoy winter and snow.
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Snowhotel

Everyone is welcome for a fun and exciting stay in our amazing winter world.
Kirkenes Snowhotel opened first time in 2006, since then we are giving our guests a wonderful experience in one of Norways most beautiful surroundings.
Snow is often described as something negative, when snow is falling in larger european or american cities society stops completely and traffic…

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Aktiviteter

Activities

When temperature is below freezing there is a wide range of activities and exciting excursions to take part on. We like to show you how to enjoy the amazing winter in arctic conditions.
Let yourself be tempted to exotic adventures in the snow-covered landscape of northern Norway. Here you can experience some of what winter-Finnmark has to offer. Snowmobile Tours,…

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Dinner made over open fire i Gabba Restaurant

Restaurant

Kirkenes Snowhotel have a cosy wilderness restaurant next to the hotel. In our restaurant “Gabba” you can get a taste of the best produce from this region of Norway. The restaurant building is shaped like a Sami tent, but built in russian style of pine timber.
The restaurant is circular with an big open fireplace in the middle. This fireplace…

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Andersgrotta

Kirkenes, Dresden and Malta have got one thing in common: These cities were heavily bombed during World War 2. Kirkenes had more than 300 bombing raids from Soviet airplanes, and more than 1000 times during the war years the Air raid alarms were sounded.…

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