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Stopped here on a tour of Iceland. Public space is full of light with a bar and restaurant. Bartender was so accommodating to my mocktail request and dinner staff and dinner good (bus group option). [The vegetarian options was apparently very good -lasagna]
This is a very nice hotel, easy to find, right next to the grocery store, the liquor store, the Tourist Information office, the Subway sandwich shop and a gas station. It is very nicely appointed, with a restaurant and bar. The room and bathroom were...More
We chose to stay 2 nights in a hotel on our round trip in Iceland this year. As my husband is a tourist guide he has experienced many hotels all around the country. Icelandair Hotel Herad gets his top caracter for excellent service, very comfortable...More
Conveniently located with shops and supermarket within 5 min walk.
Nice restaurant for dinner and WiFi speed is good.
Room was a bit warm and a bit of street noise if facing the main road with window opened.
Nice touch with school kids raising money...More
We spent one night in the hotel. Nice and comfortable rooms. The price is fine for this kind of hotel.
The staff is very friendly starting from the front desk, the bar people and all the crew. Lot of parking place around.
This hotel is on the other side of the island, around 700km from Keflavik. That is at least 9 hrs driving, but most would take a few days to see the sites on the way. Icelandair is a chain of hotels around the island an... More
This hotel is on the other side of the island, around 700km from Keflavik. That is at least 9 hrs driving, but most would take a few days to see the sites on the way. Icelandair is a chain of hotels around the island an there are many closer to Keflavik than this specific one.