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This hotel is easy to find, with comfortable, quiet bedrooms, a recently refurbished bar/lounge and a decent restaurant. After an excellent meal (loved the reindeer steak, sorry Santa) we had the best sleep of the trip so far.
The staff are a little scarce, but...More
Rooms modern and thoroughly sound proofed. The slightest noise disturbs me and I was worried about being next to the major road out of town. Close the vents on the windows and it's a cocoon of no sounds! Had a wonderful night's sleep.
This was our first stay in an Icelandair hotel on our recent trip around Iceland.the hotel was OK, rooms were modern.our stop here was needed because we could not make the whole trip from Skaftaffel to Myvatn in one day.We were lucky to call the...More
This was one of five hotels I stopped in on my tour of Iceland. Despite being one of the most expensive it didn't impress me. The staff weren't particularly helpful which was disappointing as I would have expected attentive service given the cost. This was...More
I was, at least, grateful that this hotel was open. Nothing else seemed to be in Egilsstathir in September - Iceland hits the off-season early.
The room was comfortable and warm and was a lot better than camping in the rain. Otherwise it was unremarkable....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... 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.