Barentsburg is a town of Arctic stories written by Dutch explorers, Pomors, Norwegian trappers, American and German merchants, Soviet settlers, and Russian miners.
Each era of the town growth was marked by the stories representing the spirit and soul of the Arctic.
We honor traditions of the Russian hospitality and always pay attention to details: in each room, you will see engraved and branded mugs, Russian chocolate, accurate towel folding. Reception is available 24/7 and we are always here to help you.
Hotel Barentsburg with a capacity of 46 rooms including 5 SUITE/FAMILY rooms and 41 TWIN/DOUBLE rooms.
On the first floor, there are a reception desk, a bar, a restaurant, a sauna and a meeting room for business arrangements.
The hotel area is always in a stable WI-FI zone.
It is currently one of the coziest and the most functionary hostels on Svalbard. And surely one of the best hostels on the price to quality ratio.
Its room capacity includes 30 TWIN and TRIPLE rooms.
Total number of places: 78
On each floor, there are a kitchen, 4 toilets, and 4 shower units.
WHAT TO DO
EAT & DRINK
BREWERY & RESTAURANT
13:00 - 01:00
MON - day off
Krasniy Medved is the first brewery on Svalbard that was open in 2012. There are only two breweries on the archipelago and the second one was open in Longyearbyen in 2015. Since 1928 there have been “a dry law” on Svalbard meaning that you could buy an only limited volume of hard alcohol. Until 2014 it had been forbidden to produce alcohol drinks including beer stronger than 2.5 degrees so the first beer in Krasniy Medved was brewed in less than 2.5 degrees.
ICEBREAKER BAR KRASIN
soviet arctic cocktails
08:00 - 23:00
MON - day off
Icebreaker Bar Krasin is our tribute not only to the icebreakers, but to all the vessels and sailors that worked in the Arctic and particularly on Svalbard. And with no doubt it is our desire to share those stories and introduce the traditions.
The idea of the interior came from the Icebreaker Saloons. It's some sort of collective image of the era of 50-60s that we got inspiration from. The design is based on the real interiors of Icebreakers Krasin and Lenin, and combined with the sea view from the window the only difference from a real Icebreaker Saloon is the lack of the ship motion.