Moxy Tromsø Debuts in Northern Norway

Moxy Tromsø has opened in Northern Norway. Operated by Core Hospitality, the hotel marks the northernmost property in Marriott Bonvoy’s global portfolio. Tromsø is famed for its winter landscapes and Northern Light displays, with summer adventures benefiting from the midnight sun and 24-hour sunlight.

Moxy Tromsø has 208 bedrooms with walk-in showers, 55-inch flat-screen televisions, and motion-activated LED guidelights. The newly built hotel has a new concept for check-in: Guests step onto the top floor into Sky Bar Moxy, the social heart of the hotel, which also serves as the hotel’s front desk. All guests are welcomed with a ‘Got Moxy’ cocktail or mocktail at check-in, alongside the room key.

With views of the fjord and mountains beyond, Danish designers Mette Fredskild Studio drew inspiration from the locale. The hotel also has murals in public spaces, created by local artists Alice Kvalvik and Jonathan Broca.

Moxy Tromso
(Moxy Hotels)

At  Sky Bar Moxy, guests will find a plethora of board games, a foosball table and several café tables with board games printed onto the tabletop. The 11th-floor rooftop terrace offers unobstructed views of the city and the fjord, and the indoor lounge will install a telescope available for guests to spot the wildlife below and gaze at the stars in winter.

With a light bites menu and crafted cocktails, Sky Bar Moxy is a vibrant social space with bold programming for locals and guests alike to plug and play. Local brews on tap include Nordlys (“northern lights”) and Isbjørn Lite (“polar bear,” gluten-free beer) from MACK, and classic Moxy cocktails such as the nonalcoholic Fauxy Moxy with hints of strawberry, rose and hibiscus. The Moxy Pickups menu taps into international favorites and a dedicated barista counter serves up a coffee fix for those that have made the most of the night-long sunshine.

The hotel is the gateway to Arctic adventures, from husky and reindeer visits, Sami culture experiences, whale safaris and northern lights hunting, to cross-country skiing and fjord cruises.

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