We are local and know FaroeIslands hotels. Below is a short list.
Gloriously remote and a world apart, the Faroe Islands lie in the North Atlantic half way between Shetland and Iceland. Here the islands’ 45,000 inhabitants live amidst dramatic mountain and cliff scenery, politically tied to Denmark but with the kind of independent streak essential to living in such a remote environment.
FaroeIslands hotels in Torshavn, arranged in in order of price.
A 4 star hotel, with 5 star conference facilities, that is located on the hillside above Tórshavn and is a part of the surrounding nature, as if it were carved in the rocks. The hotel has 108 rooms that all share the impressive view over the city. The hotel has a restaurant and a cosy lobby bar.
Hotel Hafnia is a 4 star hotel situated in the heart of the capital. The hotel within walking distance of the harbour and the historical part of the town. From the hotel’s roof terrace, there is a unique panoramic view over the whole town.
Newly restored 3 star boutique hotel with a stunning view of the harbour in the front and the Town Hall Square in the back. The hotel has 43 rooms in a Scandinavian style, conference facilities, restaurant ”hvonn brasserie” and cocktail bar.
Hotel Streym is a 3 star hotel located right by the centre of Tórshavn featuring a great seaside view. Hotel Streym has 26 modern single- and double rooms with private bathrooms, telephone and satellite TV and broadband internet. Breakfast restaurant.
Also called the Guesthouse in the Heart of Tórshavn. The houses are tied together by a yard, which creates a cosy and intimate atmosphere. Bládýpi consists of a youth hostel, guesthouse and one apartment. You can do your own cooking.
Guesthouse undirFjalli & Marknagil
Low cost guesthouse in the southwestern part of Torshavn, in peaceful surroundings close to great terrain for mountain walks. The Guesthouse is open in the summer and has 50 single/double/triple rooms all with private toilet & shower. Free Wired Internet and free large breakfast buffet.
Alternatively to FaroeIslands hotels is bed and breakfast. The best option for this is to contact the incoming agencies Greengate Incoming and 62N, or local tourist offices like Visit Torshavn, Visit Eysturoy, Visit Norðoy, Visit Sandoy and Visit Suðuroy.
FaroeIslands hotels in Klaksvík
With a beautiful view over the city, you can enjoy good food and a pleasant visit. All 24 rooms are recently renovated. Ask for a room with harbour view. All rooms have showers, toilet, cable tv and free wireless internet connection.
The hotel is the northern-most hotel in the Faroe Islands and lies in really beautiful nature with a rich bird life. The hotel was renovated in 2007 and offers all modern facilities, 15 rooms, bar, restaurant, conference room, childrens room.
FaroeIslands hotels except Torshavn and Klaksvík
Stay under the grass roof of unique 2 star Gjáargarður in the picturesque and dramatic village of Gjógv. Gjáargarður has 25 double rooms, 10 viking-style alcoves, 10 new luxurious rooms as well as conference facilities and a good restaurant.
Hotel Bakkin, Suðuroy
Hotel Bakkin is a 1 star hotel that lies in the centre of the village of Vágur. The hotel has ten rooms: four with private bathrooms and six with shared bathroom in the corridor. Some of the rooms have a fantastic view of the fjord. The hotel has a restaurant.
Hotel Tvøroyri, Suðuroy
Hotel Tvøroyri is a 2 star hotel situated in the centre of Tvøroyri and has five double rooms, 4 single rooms and 5 twin rooms. The hotel has a restaurant, a pizzeria and a bar.
62 N Airport Hotel, Vágar
Hotel 62N is a 3 star hotel situated close to the airport. The hotel was completely renovated in 2008. The hotel has a restaurant, lounge, excellent conference facilities as well as good parking. The hotel is a fantastic gateway to the sights in Mykines and Vágar.
The capital of Torshavn is an attractive and bustling port with a superb “old quarter” with its little wooden houses with turf roofs and a tangible history. Torshavn is a mix of modern and old, a mix of past and present. Walking on the old worn paths brings peace and a glimps back in history. If you are ready for an overwhelming experience, visit FaroeIslands.