Looking for a place to stay in Melbu? Then look no further than Melbu Hotel, a hotel that brings the best of Melbu to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Melbu Hotel offer a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, shops, and currency exchange. Guests of Melbu Hotel are also welcome to enjoy fitness classes and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Dyvekes Kaffistove, which is not far from Melbu Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Melbu Hotel as you experience everything Melbu has to offer.
The hotel has a strategic position to visit Vesteralen and Lofoten Islands. They are renovating the reception and restaurant areas choosing a modern and cosy style. Staff is kind and attentive. The restaurant offers a good variety of meals at competitive prices.
Overall poor quality, especially compared to price. The overall service was poor, with inattentive staff. During dinner, they didn't manage to serve everyone at the table at the same time. Sadly, there's really no good alternatives if you're going to Melbu.
Melbu hotel itself is Ok. But expect some physical exercise getting your luggage to your room. The restaurant was Ok. Ask for local beer. Staff were very helpfull and service-minded. However it would appear that most employies are expats. Nothing wrong with that but how long they stay at the hotel and get to know the area is anybodys guess. After a good breakfast you just pop down to your rented car or the bus and minutes later you are aboard the Fiskebol ferry.
The location is good. However, this does not compensate for the run-down and outdated atmosphere, inattentive staff and unappetizing food. The place gives more the impression of a youth hostel than a hotel and should be avoided. At EUR 120 or more for a single room, it’s a complete rip-off. Should you be forced to stay there on a rainy night with absolutely no other alternative, you are recommended to avoid room 240 at any cost. It is located right above a narrow passageway to the parking lot. During my stay there, several busloads of guests started hauling rolling suitcases on the pavement right under the room from 5:30 a.m. and onwards, making noise comparable to a freight train in a tunnel. Further sleep was out of the question. The management showed no interest in addressing the problem. If room 240 is the only available, you are well advised to spend the night in a bus shelter or under a railway bridge instead. The noise and discomfort is quite comparable, but comes cheaper.…
this hotel is perfectly located, right across the ferry that will take you across to other places in Lofoten. although I was there is summer there is absolutely nothing to do in Melbu - just stare and be amazed by the amazing, stunning surroundings. the food at the hotel (dinner & breakfast was quite poor) and the restaurant lacks atmosphere.