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We stayed here one night as part of our escorted Iceland tour. This hotel located on a small hill in a quiet residential neighborhood. The main building looked like a factory compound from a distance. Our group were assigned rooms down the hill in an...More
It looks like the rooms have recently been renovated and they look nice. The beds were comfortable but the comforters and pillows were not good at all compared to hotels in Iceland in general, it was like there was a blanket in the cover. The...More
It's large hotel on small hillock overlooking the tiny town and harbour. The reception area nd resturant are spacious, but the same cannot be said about the rooms. Though neat they are small. The bathroom could have been better planned. Besides being small, the shower...More
We booked this hotel as part of our South-West region trip. We were greeted by a nice gentleman who gave us our room. Room was quite small and the two single beds were very narrow, with a too small blanket. Room was clean and tidy....More
Overall, this is a pretty average place. Exceptions are that the wine pours were generous, the hotel is quiet and the wi-fi was free. When I checked in, the bellman delivered my luggage and I saw that the handle was broken off. "Oh", I exclaimed,...More
$141 - $259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The breakfast at that hotel was the best on our trip. We had dinner at a TA recommended restaurant: Sjavarpakkhusid. We followed advice from other TA reviewers: we loved the mussels, salted cod and the chocolate shock... More
The breakfast at that hotel was the best on our trip. We had dinner at a TA recommended restaurant: Sjavarpakkhusid. We followed advice from other TA reviewers: we loved the mussels, salted cod and the chocolate shock cake. Don't remember the costs; all meals are on the expensive side. But this was great.