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The hotel is close to the airport, and very nicely kitted out. Breakfast was simple but nice and a nice little bar on site. Obviously one for those on the early flight as breakfast 4-10am. Staff were nice and restaurant next door was also nice
We were brought to this hotel as part of a package whilst waiting for a tour the next day and before returning home. The rooms are very large but very basic. Decor is quite bland and dull. There is a bathtub with a shower over...More
A functional hotel with large rooms and good area to relax in the lobby. Shame there isn't a restaurant on site, but otherwise has everything you need from an airport hotel. Used to be old billets for us airbase so industrial toilets, shower and wardrobes...More
Me and partner stayed here for 2 nights in total one before starting an escorted tour and one the evening before we flew home.
Rooms were basic, we stayed on the 2nd floor both nights, but had everything you would need - possibly the biggest...More
I checked in at midnight coming the short distance from Keflavik airport,by free shuttle, was a little put out that the driver of the 10.20pm shuttle had left without me when I was waiting at the correct place at the correct time (even 5 minutes...More
Response from Snorri V, General Manager at Bed & Breakfast Hotel, Keflavik AirportResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for sharing your review with the Tripadvisor community. I am so pleased our team in the hotel was able to make you happy following what was clearly an unpleasant experience with our shuttle service. Let me assure you we will be...More
Our suite had 2 single beds in one room and a double and single bed in the other. There was a doorway between the rooms that was the right size for a normal door but there was no door in it. So the rooms were somewhat... More
Our suite had 2 single beds in one room and a double and single bed in the other. There was a doorway between the rooms that was the right size for a normal door but there was no door in it. So the rooms were somewhat separate but not really private.