Stayed here end of August 2011 for one night and did not have high expectations. The hotel and restaurant are very basic, and that is fine. But they also lack charm and that's the problem. I only stayed overnight before boarding a sailboat and was happy to leave.
In Narsarsuaq there are no real alternatives, so if you need a roof and some basic food this will do, but don't expect anything else.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Narsarsuaq welcomes you to an area of impressive natural beauty in South Greenland, just seven km from the ice cap, surrounded by high mountains, green valleys, and a sparkling blue fjord filled with icebergs!Narsarsuaq is the gateway to South Greenland and one of two international airport towns in Greenland and a major travel hub with regular air and sea connections to all towns in South Greenland.Yet despite its important role as a transit center, the town of Narsarsuaq with its 150 inhabitants is an excellent place to relax, unwind, and stretch your legs.You can discover majestic wilderness by taking a hike to the ice cap or discover exciting nearby destinations. Nature lovers will appreciate the pristine wilderness, clean air and water, and the majesty of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. In addition to being an ideal place to get away from it all during the summer, Narsarsuaq is a magical winter hideaway, where the northern lights illuminate the night skies. ... more less
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