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Hotel Maniitsoq

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New Zealand
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

Didn't stay, just had lunch and dinner at this hotel. It's got a prime location overlooking the beautiful harbour. Menu was varied with local and international food. Very nice wine list for a place so remote, with wines from as far a field as Australia and New Zealand available. Service was quick and friendly, serving us lunch even though we...

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Neah Bay, United States
Reviewed 27 October 2015

This hotel was a comfortable and functional hotel in a subsistence community in an area remote to Americans. The rooms were clean and comfortable with amazingly international television channel access.The views from the hotel restaurant and outdoor deck are truly amazing, and the staff was super-friendly and helpful. Not all rooms have the view of the harbor and the mountains,...

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Arhus, Denmark
Reviewed 10 June 2013

The hotel is clean, polite and helpful service, a good restaurant and bar. First of all: most of the rooms have a first class view over the harbour. Having in mind that Maniitsoq is a remote location I really think this hotel deserves credit.

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Trondheim, Norway
Reviewed 19 August 2012

Was here on two occasions, In/Out during a fishing trip for Artic Char in the Kangai River. First visit mas a meet n` greet dinner upon arrival to Maniittsoq. Staff very polite and helpful - food was beyond (our moderate) excpectation, but as mentioned in other reviews - at a limited assortment. Spent a few hours over dinner at an...

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Denmark
Reviewed 9 August 2010

Very nice hotel - a bit retro high quality Danish design furnitures. Among the3 best in Greenland. Get room towards sea/harbour! Restaurant with fine dining (Greenlandic raw materials) but limited menu. But first of all the service is fantastic - these guy can arrange EVERYTHING when a tour operator lets you down.

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sheffield
Reviewed 6 August 2008

Stayed here for an overnight on a fishing trip .Overall,above thestandard that I was expecting.Rooms comfortable,food very good.Satellite TV limited.Staff helpful+ pleasant.Probably the only decent place to stay on the Island.

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Address: Ajoqinnguup Aqq. B-1150 | P.O. Box 262, Maniitsoq DK-3912, Greenland
Region: Greenland > Qeqqata Municipality > Maniitsoq
Number of rooms: 192
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annr214, 26 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Hotell is situated on a hill - entry level is "second floor" Be sure to get a room with harbour view, think theese are numbered 102-4-6-8... and 202-4-6-8... Top floor, 200-rooms have the better view. Dont know if Hotel has aircon at all, ask for it - but be sure to get the harbour view.”
Rubach, 19 Aug 2012 | Read review
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