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Marriott has announced the opening of the world’s northernmost Moxy hotel in Tromsø, Norway. The town is known as being one of the top destinations in the world to view the Northern Lights, so this new Moxy hotel is sure to be a hit among travelers.
Keep reading to find out what guests of the new Moxy Tromsø can look forward to.
Moxy brand hotels are best known for maximizing the fun from the moment guests enter the lobby. Moxy Tromsø will be no different.
Guests are welcomed with a cocktail when checking in at Sky Bar Moxy, which also serves as the hotel’s front desk. Guest rooms are thoughtfully designed to make the most of their limited space and feature views of the nearby fjord.
Moxy’s signature pink and purple colors can be found throughout the property among the otherwise Nordic aesthetic.
The hotel features a rooftop terrace where guests can enjoy unobstructed views of the city and fjord. There’s also an indoor lounge with a telescope available for stargazing and wildlife viewing.Hot Tip:
Experience a true Arctic winter in Tromsø, Norway with husky and reindeer visits, whale safaris, cross-country skiing, and more.
Sky Bar Moxy serves classic Moxy cocktails, local brews on tap, and the famous Fauxy Moxy mocktail. Guests can also enjoy light bites as well as coffee at the bar.
Moxy Tromsø participates in the Marriott Bonvoy program, which means members can earn and redeem Marriott Bonvoy points for stays. And this property is priced very reasonably, especially for notoriously expensive Norway. Award nights can be had from just 10,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night, while cash prices start at around $95 per night.
It’s relatively easy to earn Marriott Bonvoy points, too. One of the best ways is to sign up for one of the many Marriott co-branded credit cards, which are currently offering elevated welcome bonuses.
Just in time for summer, the new Moxy Tromsø, the brand’s northernmost hotel, is now open for guests. Fans of the Moxy brand won’t be disappointed by this new Norwegian hotel, which offers an ideal location, great amenities like a roof terrace, and stunning views of the nearby fjords.
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