Welcome to Svalbard – Norway’s most exotic destination. Escape the mainland and enjoy the midnight sun, with this super summer offer. We have combined a great three night stay at the world’s northernmost hotel, Radisson Blu Polar Hotel Spitsbergen, with a wilderness evening, a delicious dinner at Restaurant Nansen and your choice of three activities, so you can make your own Arctic adventure.
•3 nights twin-share at Radisson Blu Polar Hotel Spitsbergen
•Wilderness evening at Camp Barentz
•Three course dinner at Restaurant Nansen
•Your choice of included activity:
-Isfjord safari to Fuglefjella
-El-bike sightseeing around Longyearbyen
-Dogs and the sea
1 person in a doubleroom NOK 5.590,-
2 persons in a shared doubleroom NOK 9.380,-
Subject to availability
Travel period: 1 June – 30 September, 2021
The offer must be booked before 30th of November 2020.
•22 days gives full refund or we will help you move the trip
•8-21 days gives 50% refund
•0-7 days gives no refund
Applies to the number of days before the trip starts.
Please note that additional costs may apply if the offer is no longer available, when changing the travel period.
The Radisson Blu Polar Hotel Spitsbergen is centrally located in Longyearbyen, yet close to the surrounding nature. Here you get to enjoy beautiful views, close proximity to the town center, and comfortable hotel facilities. Cuddle up in front of the fireplace in the lobby, whilst enjoying a hot drink after a long day of adventure. Or how about taking a relaxing bath in the hotel's jacuzzi?
Inside the hotel you will find Barentz Gastropub, where we invite you for a dinner. This is a favourite spot among locals as well as visitors. You can look forward to good food in a relaxed atmosphere, and a rich selection of both local and imported beverages.
We want you to be able to make the most of your Svalbard adventure, and are therefore offering three different included activities for you to choose from. The Isfjord safari to the bird cliffs is one of our most popular tours, taking you in specially designed Polarcirkel boats to the foot of the Fuglefjella cliffs, which soar to about 500 metres above your heads. Swarms of migratory birds make this area their home in the summer, and you will be amazed at the countless numbers in the air and in the cliffs. Later in the season, from mid-August, we shift our focus on this tour to the history of the region, and see the remnants of earlier settlements like Grumant, once home to over 1000 Soviet miners. Alternatively, you may choose to join our guides on an electric bicycle tour of Longyearbyen and the surrounding area. This informative and fun tour lets you explore the local area and stretch your legs – while the electric motor helps you with any strenuous uphill areas! Finally, you may prefer to choose the Dogs & the sea activity, where our guides take you out on large wagons, pulled by 12-14 happy huskies. As the guide drives you along the coast past Vestpynten, they will point out areas of interest, and any wildlife that may pop up. Keep your eyes peeled, as you may see Svalbard reindeer, polar foxes and migratory birds in this area.
Should you choose, you can also make the most of your tour by adding selected extra activities at the same time as you book your package, and receive 10% discount on these tours:
-Dog sledding on wheels
-Isfjord safari towards the von Post Glacier
-Hike to Foxonna
-Hike to Sarkofagen
-Fossil-hunting with pack dog
-Hike from Sea to Summit
-Arctic Sea Fishing (late August and September)
Just let us know at the time of booking!
Both Scandinavian (SAS) and Norwegian fly to Svalbard. It is also a great way to make use of your Eurobonus points – it costs the same number of points to fly from Bergen to Oslo, as from Bergen to Longyearbyen!
We look forward to helping you book the ultimate Arctic experience. When contacting us, please let us know:
• When do you wish to travel?
• How many people are travelling, and how many rooms do you need?
• If you would like us to check flight tickets for you, please specify from which airport.
• Any other information that may be relevant to your booking.
Send an e-mail to Hurtigruten Svalbard
or call +47 79 02 61 00.
WELCOME TO SVALBARD!
Stay centrally in Longyearbyen, at the world's northernmost full-service hotel. Family friendly with great views to Hiorthfjellet and the Advent Fjord. During your stay you can enjoy delicious food in the Nansen Restaurant or an ice-cold beer in the Barentz Gastropub. The hotel reopened after major renovations in February, 2019. We look forward to welcome you to our new establishment!
For booking and inspiration, visit Radisson:
Radisson Blu Polar Hotel Spitsbergen
Welcome to Restaurant Nansen! Explore the intriguing menu influenced by Nordic regions. High-quality cuts of meat, fish from the Arctic and an exclusive selection of side dishes; All this whilst enjoying the stunning views of Longyearbyen’s famous mountain backdrop.
Mar - Sep
Experience the magic of being in the wilderness at 78 degrees north! Our wilderness evening at Camp Barentz is a very special experience which you really should enjoy during your stay in Longyearbyen. As we leave town and drive into the Advent Valley your anticipation increases. The mountains on either side of the valley loom over us like giants, bathed in the midnight sun or glow of the short night. What awaits us at the end of the road?
May - Aug
A short boat trip out into the Isfjord, between Longyearbyen and Barentsburg, you will find Fuglefjella. Above a narrow stone beach the cliffs rise from the sea, 500 metres up, nearly vertically, and the steep slopes are home to thousands of birds each summer. Join us on an exciting open boat tour which combines birds and wildlife with the island’s interesting history.
May - Sep
Combine comfort and efficiency on our electric bike tour, enabling you to see a range of Longyearbyen's sights while getting close to nature. The birdlife is at its best during the summer months, and silently moving through the wilderness will bring you close to the action. Electric bicycles are the perfect way to explore the sealed and unsealed roads around Longyearbyen.