This was the second hostel we stayed at (our first being Ami Hotel). It was clean and cute and the girl checking us in was very helpful. You're pretty much left alone after that. We stayed in room number 1 which is next to the bathroom (not a good idea as you can hear people coming in and out, and when chasing northern lights, they come in at around 0300) It's about a 10 min walk max to the city center. Value for money, you can't beat it. Breakfast is not included. I would recommend the Ami as they provide breakfast, it's off the main road so no traffic noise, and a closer walk to the city center. If you're looking to save some money while staying in Tromso, both these places are lovely, clean, and a good way to meet other travelers.
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- At Tromsø Bed & Books you are staying at home, while being away from home. We are NOT a regular hotel, B&B or hostel. We are a Bed and Breakfast WITHOUT the breakfast, we are an ever changing community of tourists, or simply: a house with bedrooms. But more than that, we are a home. Your home - in Tromsø. ... more less
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