The Top 10 Best Hotels in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands – New Guide You’ll Love
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The best hotels in Tórshavn are also the only hotels in Tórshavn.
The top 10 list includes luxury hotels, one boutique hotel as well as budget accommodation. Hotel Hilton and Hotel Brandan will both be opening soon.
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1. Hotel Hafnia
Hotel Hafnia, located in the very centre of Tórshavn City, boasts a cozy in-house restaurant. The chefs are well-regarded and the menu offers traditional European food as well as Faroese cuisine. Having just completed extensive renovations, Hotel Hafnia has now opened its doors to international guests.
Room rates: from DKK 1,430 a day
Hotel Føroyar is a luxury hotel located on a hillside in the northwestern outskirts of Tórshavn. The hotel offers panoramic views of the city and with its traditional grass roof, you could not be closer to nature. Hotel Føroyar’s restaurant, Gras, offers a continental breakfast as well as international lunch and dinner.
Room rates: from DKK 1,500 a day
3. Hotel Streym
Hotel Streym is just minutes from the harbour. Amenities such as restaurants, bars and supermarkets are all within walking distance.
Hotel Streym’s preaches a “no frills” philosophy but accommodation does still include free broadband internet and breakfast for all guests.
Room rates: from DKK 695 a day
4. 62° N Hotel
Also known as Hotel Havn, 62° N Hotel is a modern hotel with minimalist interiors and a great downtown location right by Tórshavn’s most popular shopping area. 62° N Hotel has a modern brasserie in-house restaurant and bar. Supermarkets and other shops are a stone’s throw away.
Room rates: from DKK 795 a day
Room rates: from DKK 890 a day
Established: 1923, renovated in 2007
The newest boutique hotel in the Faroe Islands is situated on the shore, Úti við Strond, with magnificents views of the seaside. Hotel Havgrím is just down the road from the historic fort Skansin and within walking distance of the town centre and the old part of Tórshavn.
This seaside hotel is also known as the Commodore’s House. Havgrímmur Johannesen had the house built in 1948, the building inspired by many sailing trips to Great Britain. For over 60 years, Hotel Havgrím has hosted Commodores from the Royal Danish Navy.
In 2017, the house was sold and renovated. The new owners re-opened this spectacular seaside hotel during 2018.
Room rates: from DKK 795 a day
Established: 1948, renovated in 2017
8. Hilton Garden Inn Faroe Islands – Opening Spring 2020
The new hotel will be called Hilton Garden Inn Faroe Islands.
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Guesthouse Marknagil is open during the summertime only. During 2019, Marknagil is open from June 29th until August 11th. The 50-bedroom ‘no-frills’ facility is part of the Glasir Business College and serves as a dormitory the rest of the year.
The cheap accommodation does have a large breakfast buffet included in the price and the cafeteria is open in the evening throughout the summer period. Guests can use the free wifi in the common area.
Room Rates: DKK 495
Gjáargarður offers a unique possibility of experiencing the Faroe Islands off the beaten track. This guesthouse is situated in Gjógv about an hour’s drive north of Tórshavn on Streymoy’s neighbouring island, Eysturoy. Guests staying at Gjáargarður Guesthouse will have beautiful unspoilt nature right outside their doorstep.
Gjáargarður has an in-house restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner with the possibility of purchasing light meals during the day or having a to-go lunch pack. Gjáargarður offers free wifi and free breakfast with all room rates.
Gjáargarður Guesthouse is closed in December and January.
Room Rates: from DKK 900
Accommodation in Faroe Islands
There is a wide range of accommodation options in the Faroe Islands. For cheap hotels and guesthouses, you may often be able to get discounts by contacting your hotel of choice directly.
Alternatively, you may be able to find accommodation off the beaten track via Airbnb.
If you are planning to visit the Faroe Islands in the summer period, it’s a good idea to book in advance as cheap accommodation often fills up fast.