Hilton Garden Inn, Stunning New Upscale Hotel in Torshavn, Faroe Islands

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Hilton Garden Inn, Stunning New Upscale Hotel in Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Curator’s statement

My husband and I really enjoyed the Faroe Islands. We ended up spending six nights at the Hilton Garden Inn in the capital of Torshavn and exploring from there, which worked out great! We spent one night in Klaksvik to see Kelsoy Island where the James Bond Movie "No Time To Die" was filmed. There is a gorgeous hike to the Kallur lighthouse on Kelsoy Island that we took and the views are spectacular, there is even a James Bond Tombstone at the top that was erected after the filming. Stunning scenery everywhere you look! We rented a car and were able to see all the sights. It is a small country and easy to get around.

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Where to stay

Hilton Garden Inn Faroe Islands

A modern and comfortable hotel offering stylish accommodations, convenient amenities, and a prime location to explore the breathtaking landscapes and rich culture of the Faroe Islands.

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Mesmerizing island view


A highlight was the Mermaid Statue on Kelsoy, and we were fortunate to meet the man who came up with the idea and designed the statue. He was our Vrbo host in Kelsoy and we had a great visit at a coffeeshop. He is also a famous Faroe Islands musician. Meeting locals while traveling is always a plus!
  
Breakfasts were wonderful featuring fresh fruit including different berries, currents, melons, made-to-order omelets, fresh juice, breads, yogurts, meats, lox and cheese.

The rooms are Danish modern, new and fresh with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the town and sheep pastures. We also had a partial sea view in Room 430 and loved it.

Staff very helpful and friendly.

The bar area had subtle mood lighting and a pleasant atmosphere there is a lot of seating that is cozy and warm in the evenings and make a nice place to hang out.

Gym and spa 

Quiet at night. We slept well as the beds and pillows are very comfortable with crisp white duvets covers as is common in Europe. 

Delicious fresh food
A peaceful house outdoor

Highly recommended! Absolutely the best place to stay in the Faroes and reasonably priced compared to other lodgings!

Need to Know

This trip report is part of our ongoing series on travel to Denmark. In need of further inspiration? Check out Caitlin Comiskey’s guide, Endless Adventure: 4-Day Itinerary in The Faroe Islands.

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