Arctic Coworking Lodge

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The Arctic Coworking Lodge offers an immersive experience for residents to be productive and efficient while exploring the outdoors and connecting with one another. This coworking and coliving space in Lofoten, Norway is poised to inspire guests and enhance their fulfillment while working effectively alongside others. Arctic Coworking Lodge includes rapid WiFi, comfort-minded accommodations, free printing and copies, and truly stunning surroundings.

Coworking Space

Location

Rooms

Private Bedroom Bedroom

Private Room Interior Door Lock Desk

Bed Platform Bed


$23.57
Minimum at this price: 30 nights

Shared Capsule Room - Bunk Beds Bedroom

Shared Room

White Capsule - Upper Bunk Bed


$15.70
Minimum at this price: 30 nights

White Capsule - Lower Bunk Bed


$15.70
Minimum at this price: 30 nights

Green Capsule - Upper Bunk Bed


$15.70
Minimum at this price: 30 nights

Green Capsule - Lower Bunk Bed


$15.70
Minimum at this price: 30 nights

Reviews

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  • "Community"

    Spending a month at Arctic Coworking Lodge was one of the best decisions I have ever made. If you're trying to decide, let me help you: 1) The community is the best part of Arctic Coworking. You feel like a 'local' from day one and meet so many interesting people beyond the lodge. There's always someone -- or many people -- ready to go on an adventure with you. 2) The scenery in Lofoten is ridiculous. Every day looks like a scene out of Middle Earth (minus the orcs, trolls, wars, etc.). My photos all look like they could have been in National Geographic, even though I suck at photography. 3) The quality of the hiking, climbing, and camping was superb. I want to come back in winter so that I can surf, snowboard, and climb in the same day. Do not let the flight to the islands or cost of Norwegian living deter you (it's not that bad, especially if you have a low tolerance for alcohol!).

    Anonymous
  • "Location"

    Spending a month at Arctic Coworking Lodge was one of the best decisions I have ever made. If you're trying to decide, let me help you: 1) The community is the best part of Arctic Coworking. You feel like a 'local' from day one and meet so many interesting people beyond the lodge. There's always someone -- or many people -- ready to go on an adventure with you. 2) The scenery in Lofoten is ridiculous. Every day looks like a scene out of Middle Earth (minus the orcs, trolls, wars, etc.). My photos all look like they could have been in National Geographic, even though I suck at photography. 3) The quality of the hiking, climbing, and camping was superb. I want to come back in winter so that I can surf, snowboard, and climb in the same day. Do not let the flight to the islands or cost of Norwegian living deter you (it's not that bad, especially if you have a low tolerance for alcohol!). Ask Rolf and Stian for my contact info if you want to hear more.

    Richard Ellis

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