Kulusuk Airport, Kulusuk, 3915, Greenland
I guess it's the only hotel in Kulusuk
We bought a package from Air Iceland, and surprisingly, it's including all meals while we are in Greenland. The rooom we stayed was very simple with toilet and shower, but at least it's clean and neat. Both the dinner and lunch that the danish chef prepared were very nice, was a bit disappointed with the breakfast though.. But you can't ask for too much while you are in place like Greenland.. :)
Unique Quality: surrounding by very nice view.
Yes, you can stay overnight!
Yes!!! there is a hotel in Kulusuk and we did pass by it and it is a nice building, looking much like the other houses in the area. It is no classy architecture or anything, just a building close to the airport saying Hotel Kulusk. It does have electricity and running water and also a gift or souvenir shop where you can buy your tupilaks.
Usually, people come here just for a day, like me (we arrived about 10 AM and then left late afternoon). But, consider this, if the weather is bad and your plane cannot take off, be assured that there is a hotel you can stay at. Just make sure you have the Krona that they accept (Danish, DKK?) and that you know the pin number of your credit card!
The hotel sign also says Artic Wonderland Tours, and so the owners might be the same (?)
UPDATE! UPDATE! UPDATE!
I made a video of my Kulusuk trip!
Hope you like it!
JUMPING NORMAN IN GREENLAND!
More about Hotel Kulusuk
There are no real shops in Kulusuk except the trading post. Tupilaqs are generally bought either at the trading post or from local sellers, who spot you as a tourist (and therefore potential tupilaq buyer) and will show you the tupilaqs they have made. Hotel Kulusuk might also sell tupilaqs and other locally made things. Tupilaqs are weird-looking monsters from the Inuit folklore, that are usually made of reindeer horn and are a typical souvenir and collectible. 200-400 Danish kroner, depends on the size
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