Hotels in Karasjok, Norway

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Karasjok, Norway
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Scandic Karasjok
7.9 Good
Leavnnjageaidnu 49, Karasjok, Finnmark, Norway
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0.2 km from city centre, Karasjok, Norway 

Located within the scenic countryside of Karasjok, Scandic Karasjok offers modern accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi and a sauna. In addition to free private parking on site, the hotel features comfortable 3-star rooms and a bar.

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Engholm Husky Design Lodge
9.3 Excellent
Karasjok, Finnmark, Norway
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6.5 km from city centre, Karasjok, Norway 

Located within the scenic parkland of Karasjok, Engholm Husky Design Lodge provides comfortable accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as free Wi-Fi, luggage storage and a sauna. It also features a tour desk, room service and a ticket service.

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Where to stay in Karasjok

About Karasjok

Centred around the village of Karasjok, this sprawling municipality is the second-largest by area in Norway. It lies just a stone’s throw from the country’s border with Finland and is home to a Sami parliament that was opened in 1989 by King Olav V.

One of Karasjok’s most popular attractions is the Sami Museum, which houses the largest collection of Sami cultural artefacts in Norway. Browse the traditional clothing and tools on display in the main building before wandering between the Sami structures in the open-air museum. Guided tours offer insight into Sami reindeer hunting techniques.

Also not to miss is the whitewashed Old Karasjok Church, which is the only building in the village to have survived World War II. In 1974, it was replaced by the 500-seat Karasjok Church. Designed by the Norwegian architect Odd Østbye, the new church features a low pitched-tent roof topped by a ridge turret.

Getting there

Karasjok is around an hour’s drive from Lakselv and Lakselv Airport, which has flights to Oslo and Tromsø. By road, Tromsø is seven hours away. Regular buses travel between Lakselv and Karasjok while the village centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

Karasjok travel FAQs

  • Karasjok is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Jergul Astu, which has a current rating of 7.5. For other potential stays, consider Karasjok Camping becoming Min Ája and Scandic Karasjok, which can also be great places to stay in Karasjok.

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