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    Repvag 9768, Norway
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    Helsinki, Finland
    Reviewed 13 October 2016

    First of all don't expect hotel standards, this place is extremely basic and outdated, which is a pity as the location and setting, by the fjord, is beautiful. We had a 2-storey apartment type accommodation. Living room/kitchenette on ground floor and steep ladders upstairs, where there was bedroom and toilet/shower.The ground floor was really ugly, the plastic floor was cold,...

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    Vantaa, Finland
    Reviewed 7 August 2016

    Spent two night there while exploring northern Norway. We got budget room, which was very reasonably priced, 125 euros together. Room was clean, you got your own shower and toilet. Place looks good, even great. It's like fishermen village, red buildings standing partly on poles. It's presumably russian run thing, they are advertising "russian fishing in Norway". Service is something...

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    Vantaa, Finland
    Reviewed 17 July 2016

    I think this place is mostly for fishers. We stayed just one night on our travell and that was enough. Room was old, bahtroom was flood after shower and I think there were a lot moisture on the building. Just ok place for passing by. Breakfast was good.

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    Reggio Emilia, Italy
    Reviewed 11 May 2016 via mobile

    With an atmosphere of northern fishing village the hotel is placed in stunning surrounding.Room are quite basic but clean and cosy,restaurant is very topical but in April was in fact closed due to low activity.The made for us a king crab they fish,not to princely and very tasty.

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    Helsinki, Finland
    Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

    We have slept in the hotel one night on our way to Nordkapp from Ivalo. The hotel is as basic as it gets but very authentic. Rooms are warm and beds comfortable. Only problem is the noise early in the morning. We had an amazing codfish for dinner and breakfast was very good. Strongly recommended if you are looking for...

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    Split, Croatia
    Reviewed 17 August 2015

    I stayed here for a night and for that purpose is very good. The room was very traditional with comfortable bed. Be careful with a hot water as I've burned my hand. The walls are very thin so you can hear your neighbours and the curtains are not thick enough what might be a problem during the summer when there...

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    Scherpenheuvel, Belgium
    Reviewed 16 June 2015 via mobile

    The communication during the arrival was difficult and very basic. Also the rorbu are very traditional and Basic. We had a rorbu at the inside of the hotel so we did not had a nice view. We were at the beginning of the season so there wasn't that much movement in the hotel.

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    Berlin, Germany
    Reviewed 9 July 2012

    The owners are moving their service to Sarnes, so the Repvåg property is left the way it was before. Some of the rooms were standing over rotten poles, so it is only a matter of time when they will collapse. In some rooms there were a terrible smell. We were told that the place is very popular among Russian people....

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    Stoke on trent
    Reviewed 21 August 2011

    This Hotel is made up of a series of old fishermen's huts converted into hotel rooms, the front of which is on wooden posts out over the sea. The rooms are fairly basic but clean with comfortable beds, clean white sheets & a shower room. Be careful of the hot water pipe in the shower it really is hot! The...

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    Address: Repvag 9768, Norway
    Region: Norway > Northern Norway > Finnmark > Repvag
    Price Range: €63 - €66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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    “Pick the room with a sea view...the view is really something!”
     of 5 bubbles 37miaf, 17 Aug 2015 | Read review
    “Some rooms have views over the Fjiord..we did not have one of those, but there is decking where yo can sit in the evening sunshine!”
     of 5 bubbles SheilaStokeontrent, 21 Aug 2011 | Read review
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