Fogo Island Inn Review

Fogo Island Inn (@fogoislandinn) is a 29-room hotel located off the coast of Canadian province, Newfoundland and Labrador. With every room built to have floor-to-ceiling views of sea and sky, the hotel is an oceanfront, remote escape. Fogo Island Inn’s praised design pays homage to #Newfoundland architecture and Canadian sustainability efforts. Pervasively exhibited, guests will notice the preceding through elements such as the two floors of guest rooms that sit atop the Inn’s stilts—a salute to traditional outpost fishing stages and a commitment to not disturbing rock-abundant wildlife; as well each room’s original construction stemming from natural materials—think wood, wool, cotton, and linen. With nods to Newfoundland culture throughout the hotel, art lovers will adore the first-floor gallery presented by Fogo Island Arts, as well as the Heritage Library, which features countless books relating to the province. Travelers will relish in-house noteworthy splendors like the 37-seat cinema—the hotel has a partnership with The National Film Board of Canada—and the Nordic-inspired, saunas & hot tubs situated on the structure’s North Atlantic Ocean-viewing fourth floor rooftop deck. Feasibly done through the hotel, guests can enjoy Fogo Island’s natural wonders such as “Iceberg Alley”—an area known for icebergs journeying from Greenland and Newfoundland—sub-Arctic flora & fauna like Puffins and Caribou—as well as dreamy stargazing opportunities (thank you, @michaelmakesfilms for showing us the constellations from the Inn).

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