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  • 5/5 Crister S. 5 years ago on Google
    Very nice historic place. There is a information sign in front of the first ruin but it is not possible to read it anymore. Be sure to go with a guide or bring your own information of the layout of the ruins in order to enjoy your visit! If time allows, the bay in front of the ruins might offer possibilities for a short dip in the Greenlandic water!
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  • 5/5 Frances N. 7 years ago on Google
    It's just a completely wonderful establishment and I would wholeheartedly recommend it
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  • 3/5 www a. 5 years ago on Google
    OK hotel and restaurant, well, it is not like there is much to choose from in Qaqortoq. But it was OK, I think the best hotel in town. The room had everything you could wish for
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  • 5/5 Thomas B. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Viking Church 👍 (Original) Wikinger Kirche 👍
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  • 5/5 Paolo B. 6 years ago on Google
    Superb location, beautiful rooms
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  • 4/5 Tom B. 10 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) It was a FED experience :) Thanks (Original) Det var en FED oplevelse :) Tak
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  • 4/5 David C. 5 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Sleep well (Original) Sov godt
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  • 4/5 Isabel R. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) We don't know the hotel stays because we were cruising and we were passing by. Qaqortoq is a charming coastal town in Greenland. After walking, admiring its wonderful views and visiting the town, we decided to eat at the hotel and first we were disappointed by the letter. But we discovered the Reno burger "very good" and the excellent cakes. 👍👍👍 (Original) Las estancias del hotel no las conocemos porque estábamos de crucero y estuvimos de pasada. Qaqortoq es un pueblo de la costa en Groenlandia encantador. Después de pasear, admirar sus maravillosas vistas y visitar el pueblo, decidimos comer en el hotel y primero nos decepcionamos por la eacasa carta. Pero descubrimos la hamburguesa de Reno "buenísima" y los pasteles excelentes. 👍👍👍
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  • 4/5 Raysing G. 6 years ago on Google
    I didn't stay here , but the restaurant smells good . The lobby is full of locsl decor , you can see a Polar bear !
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  • 4/5 Geoff B. 6 years ago on Google
    Comfortable rooms with good views over the harbour. Friendly staff. Good breakfast.
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  • 5/5 Justin T. 4 years ago on Google
    Looks and feels modern, and comfortable! Didn't stay in a room, but the restaurant / bar is modern, comfortable, and welcoming. Great selection of food, wine, and draught beer from Godthab Brewhouse in Nuuk!
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  • 5/5 Mariana R. 4 years ago on Google
    Great burgers, delicious cake!! And very nice wines and beers.
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  • 5/5 Kim Acar M. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Loves stories from the Vikings / Northern tables, exciting experience to see. The story behind: Hvalseyjarfjord Church (also Hvalsø Church) is the ruin of an old north church, located at the abandoned settlement Thjodhildarstadir on the Hvalseyjarfjord (Qaqortukulooq), not far from Qaqortoq, which is South Greenland's largest city. A detail of the architecture dates it to be built very close to the year 1300. It is located in the area that Erik the Red named Austurbygd (Østerbygden) when the Vikings established themselves in Greenland approx. year 985. No traces of an older church have been found beneath it, but it may nevertheless have had more humble predecessors. In Flatøbogen, which is written down approx. In 1390 in Iceland, Hvalseyjarfjord church stands as the 11th of 12 churches in the Østerbygden. The church is believed to have been used until the end of the 15th century. The church ruin is the best-preserved building from the period of the north, and it is very well built of quarry stone, which is why something is still preserved. The stones are carefully laid and aligned. Some of the stones weigh 4-5 tons and some are even heavier. Mortar has also been used, but it is not known whether it was used between the stones or only for plaster on the outside of the walls. The mortar was made of broken shells, so the church has been white since it was built. Qaqortoq means "the white place" and the name may refer to the church which, as the dominant building, gave its name to the town at the mouth of the fjord system, where Erik the Red's Brattahlid, the Bishop's seat Gardar and the church itself were located. The outer dimensions of the church are 16 x 8 meters and the walls are approx. 1.5 meters thick. The windows open inwards as a funnel, which is a detail not known from Icelandic churches, but is well known in Norway and the United Kingdom. The headboards are 5-6 meters high, but were originally two meters higher. The long walls are 4 meters high and have also been higher. The roof has probably been of timber and covered with turf. The foundation on which the church is built has been made with the same quality as the church itself, but the turf has not been removed. This is one of the main reasons why the church has sunk unevenly so that the walls do not stand today. A restoration of the church has been undertaken, where no attempt has been made to rebuild, but only to secure it against further decay. (Original) Elsker historier fra vikingerne/nordbordene, spændende oplevelse at se. Historien bag: Hvalseyjarfjord kirke (også Hvalsø Kirke) er ruinen af en gammel nordbokirke, som ligger ved den forladte boplads Thjodhildarstadir ved Hvalseyjarfjorden (Qaqortukulooq), ikke langt fra Qaqortoq, som er Sydgrønlands største by. En detalje i arkitekturen daterer den til at være opført meget tæt på år 1300. Den ligger i det område, som Erik den Røde gav navnet Austurbygd (Østerbygden), da vikingerne etablerede sig på Grønland ca. år 985. Der er ikke fundet spor af en ældre kirke under den, men den kan trods dette have haft mere ydmyge forgængere. I Flatøbogen, som er nedskrevet ca. 1390 på Island står Hvalseyjarfjord kirke opført som nr. 11 af 12 kirker i Østerbygden. Kirken menes at have været benyttet til hen mod slutningen af 1400-tallet. Kirkeruinen er den bedst bevarede bygning fra nordboerperioden, og den er særdeles godt bygget af kvadersten, hvilket er grunden til, at der endnu er noget bevaret. Stenene er omhyggeligt lagt og tilpasset hinanden. Nogle af stenene vejer 4-5 ton, og enkelte er endda tungere. Der er også brugt mørtel, men det vides ikke, om det er brugt mellem stenene, eller kun til puds på væggenes yderside. Mørtelen var lavet af knuste skaller, så kirken har været hvid, da den blev bygget. Qaqortoq betyder "det hvide sted", og navnet kan muligvis henføre til kirken, der som den dominerende bygning har givet navn til byen ved fjordsystemets munding, hvor Erik den Rødes Brattahlid, biskopsædet Gardar og kirken selv var beliggende. Kirkens ydre mål er 16 x 8 meter, og væggene er ca. 1,5 meter tykke. Vinduernes åbninger udvider sig indad som en tragt, hvilket er en detalje, som ikke kendes fra islandske kirker, men er velkendt i Norge og Storbritannien. Gavlene er 5-6 meter høje, men var oprindeligt nok endnu to meter højere. Langvæggene er 4 meter høje og har også været højere. Taget har formentlig været af tømmer og dækket af græstørv. Fundamentet, som kirken er bygget på, er udført med samme kvalitet som selve kirken, men man har undladt at fjerne græstørven. Dette er en af hovedgrundene til, at kirken er sunket ujævnt, så væggene ikke står i dag. Der er foretaget en restaurering af kirken, hvor der ikke er gjort forsøg på genopbygning, men udelukkende sikring af den mod yderligere forfald.
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  • 5/5 Kristian V. 5 years ago on Google
    Nice, clean og pretty new rooms (summer 2018). Little bar an cafe. Nice view
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  • 4/5 Radzio 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good food great views (Original) Dobre jedzenie super widoki
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  • 5/5 Birgitta W. 7 years ago on Google
    The last wedding that is registered took place there in 1408.
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  • 3/5 Nathanial J. 3 years ago on Google
    just some sheep hanging round some old stones
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  • 4/5 Stefan K. 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) The hotel makes a clean and tidy impression. We have used the paid hotel WLAN on our transit. From the terrace you have a very nice view over the harbor. (Original) Das Hotel macht einen sauberen und ordentlichen Eindruck. Wir haben auf unserer Durchreise das kostenpflichtige Hotel WLAN genutzt. Von der Terrasse hat man einen sehr schönen Ausblick über den Hafen.
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  • 1/5 SASCHA B. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Café nanoq is not recommended. We as customers were thrown out after we had spent our money in the cafe for dinner. I think the exact words were "you have been sitting here without ordering so you have to go" By the way, they also throw minors who come in to eat dinner (Original) Café nanoq kan ikke anbefales. Vi som kunder blev smidt ud efter vi havde brugt vores penge i caféen til aftensmad. Tror nok de nøjagtige ord var “i har siddet her uden at bestille så i bliver nød til at gå” De smider forresten også mindreårige som kommer ind for at spise aftensmad

  • 2/5 Marcel F. 5 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Kakajjzòe were thought of as being on the ground. (Original) Kakajjzňe sa tam povaľovali na zemi.

  • 5/5 Kim Jonas R. 5 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Relaxing after a working day enjoy the atmosphere of the hotel and enjoy your drink (Original) Afslapning efter en arbejdsdag nyd atmosfæren på hotellet og nyd din drink

  • 5/5 Erik Toft J. 5 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) I highly recommend this Hotel. In particular, I can recommend the hotel apartments, where I have lived for over a week for two consecutive years. There is cleaning every other day and it is super clean and neat and they are decorated cozy and practical. I have lived more expensive places in and abroad where the standard is not near hotel QQQ. Super service in every way, the staff is proactive (rarely at GL) and the restaurant and food are super good. Thanks for now, hope to come back. Takuss Erik Toft Jensen, Teacher at Greenland Maritime Center. (Original) Dette Hotel kan jeg stærkt anbefale. I særdeleshed kan jeg anbefale hotellejlighederne, hvor jeg har boet i over en uge i to år i træk. Der er rengøring hver anden dag, og der er super rent og pænt, og de er indrettet hyggeligt og praktisk. Jeg har boet dyrere steder i ind og udland, hvor standarden ikke er i nærheden af hotel QQQ. Super service på alle måder, personalet er proaktive (sjældent på GL) og restauranten og maden er supergod. Tak for nu, håber at komme tilbage. Takuss Erik Toft Jensen, Timelærer på Grønlands Maritime Center.

  • 5/5 Richard P. 5 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) The most beautiful hotel in South Greenland! (Original) Das schönste Hotel in Südgrönland!

  • 4/5 Angutimmarik L. 7 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) The construction of the hotel's extension was in full swing, so there was noise during the day in the suite rooms, otherwise a really good cafe. (Original) Der var fuld i gang med anlæggelse af hotellets udbygning, så der var larm om dagen ved suite-værelserne ellers rigtig god cafe.

  • 5/5 Nive H. 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Super service, delicious rooms and nice morning buffet. Lots of smiles, coffee and helpfulness. THANKS! (Original) Super service, lækre værelser og fin morgen buffet. Masser af smil, kaffe og hjælpsomhed. TAK!

  • 5/5 Eduardo Z. 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good condition, clean, comfortable, and very good location. (Original) Buen estado, limpio, cómodo, y muy buena ubicación.

  • 4/5 Anne-Sophie M. 6 years ago on Google
    Very nice restaurant

  • 4/5 Robinson T. 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) complete there is a free parking bar the room is pretty normal price: v (Original) lengkap ada bar parkir gratis kamar nya lumayan lah harga normal :v

  • 4/5 Geert A. 6 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Cold but good. (Original) Koldt men godt.

  • 5/5 Knud P. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good food (Original) God mad

  • 5/5 Hans-Peter G. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Large clean rooms, very friendly staff, a lot of peace, special requests such as once again clear-rinsed sheets and a room that was again cleaned with clear water and beautiful views over the harbor. (Original) Große saubere Zimmer, sehr freundliches Personal, viel Ruhe, Spezialwünsche wie nochmals klargespülte Bettwäsche und ein Zimmer, dass nochmals mit klarem Wasser geputzt wurde und schöner Blick über den Hafen.

  • 4/5 Jakob F. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Hotel Qaqortoq located near the port of Qaqortoq, also has a nice view of the port. A small 40 rooms modernly furnished and fully equipped. Bar (open every day) Restaurant (open Monday to Saturday) Wi-Fi free for hotel guests or after ordering a drink in the bar, code for 1 hour. (Original) Hotel Qaqortoq gelegen vlakbij de haven van Qaqortoq, heeft ook mooi uitzicht op de haven. Een kleine 40 kamers modern ingericht en van alle gemakken voorzien. Bar (elke dag open) Restaurant ( ma t/m zaterdag open) Wi-Fi gratis voor hotel gasten of na bestelling van consumptie in de bar, code voor 1 uur.

  • 5/5 carmen c. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) For the comfort and views of the room, also for the attention of the staff and their sympathy. Also very good restaurant and especially breakfast (Original) Por la comodidad y las vistas de la habitación, también por las atenciones del personal y su simpatía. También muy bien el restaurante y en especial el desayuno

  • 4/5 Ulf P. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good beer and really good butter bread (Original) God öl och jättegoda smörrebröd

  • 4/5 ian j. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Lovely hotel (Original) Dejlig hotel

  • 3/5 Ted J. 10 years ago on Google
    I think it's very nice.

  • 5/5 andreallan91 3 years ago on Google
    Great experience😄

  • 4/5 Scott S. 4 years ago on Google
    Seems like the only game in town.

  • 5/5 Andrzej C. 4 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Great reminder of the Norwegians and their presence before the Inuit population arrived in Greenland (Original) Fantastisk minde om Nordboerne og deres tilstedeværelse før Inuit befolkningen ankom til Grønland

  • 4/5 david s. 6 years ago on Google
    Best hotel in town

  • 5/5 Boryan P. 4 years ago on Google
    Mysterious place

  • 5/5 Claudia R. 7 years ago on Google
    Beautiful place, surrounded by green hills and tall mountains. The old church is remarkably well preserved, considering that it's been built on the 900s. Walking around we see many other ruins, other buildings that thousand years ago made part of a great farming community.

  • 5/5 Anique Z. 9 years ago on Google
    Never been here. But, would love to go there. This place has something. I can feel by seeing only the street view.

  • 5/5 Andy S. 4 years ago on Google
    WOW! This is so very impressive. Hvalsey Church is in a perfect surroundings that gives one the feel of life 1,000 years ago. This is a great standing structure from the Norse.


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