See why so many travelers make Frost and Fire Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Hveragerdi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, extra long beds, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Frost And Fire Guest House Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and a sun terrace. Plus, Frost and Fire Hotel offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Almar Bakari or Dalakaffi - Hot River Café, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Frost and Fire Hotel.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Reykjadalur Hot Springs (0.8 mi), Hveragerdi - Stone and Mineral Museum (0.7 mi), and LA Art Museum - Listasafn Árnesinga (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Frost and Fire Hotel as you experience all of the things Hveragerdi has to offer.
My family has not visited, but I have emailed the hotel and asked several questions. My email was answered promptly, kindly, and with more information than I expected. I truly hope to visit in the future.
This is an excellent hotel. The general location is good for exploring southern Iceland and the town (Hveragerdi) is small and pleasant to walk around. The hotel is set on the river overlooking the geothermal area. Admittedly, we were in the hotel at a quiet time (Covid), but we really enjoyed the peace and quiet at this location. The restaurant was excellent for breakfast and (very good) fine dining for dinner. Overall, an excellent hotel in a wonderful location.
We stayed two nights here and thought overall was 4/5. Pros : excellent breakfast, lovely hot pots over the river, walking distance to town and scenic walks in hills around, nicely decorated. Cons : bitten by insects at night so that sheets and pillows speckled with blood spots, zero hanging or shelves for luggage, doors and windows overlooking car park and walk way so zero privacy in room 1. We were told the biting insects was a local problem but we did not have it 30 minutes away in Selfoss where the rooms were regularly sprayed. Also, this place may have recently changed hands as there is no restaurant called Varma anymore. It is called Ryka and while it is still modern Nordic and good I do not think it has the range of dishes on the old reviews. Plus there does not seem to be any spa anymore and they do not cook eggs or bread on the hot geyser outside. So not exactly as per the website.…
Our two persons accommodation was a small scruffy looking room. The entrance to the room was a large heavy patio door, difficult to maneuver. There was no place to put luggage or any other travel gear. No closet or hangers for clothing. No light above the sink in bathroom. Light bulbs were dangling from the ceiling, out of socket, even in the shower. The bathroom had a barn door that came of the railing and almost harmed one guest. Towels and linen were worn with holes in them. No toilet amenities available, except a soap container on the wall. None of the outside walkways were cleared of snow, causing slippery and dangerous conditions for guests. We notified to the lady in the reception. She offered an other room, but of same quality. This is the poorest hotel that I have ever stayed in, based on price. Descriptive letters of grievances sent to owners,were ignored I would NOT recommend this Hotel to anybody.…
This was every single penny Worth. Wauw! We slept here for Only one Night and we were both blow away. The receptionist was so sweet and helpfull - and she upgraded us! We had a view over the Lake and went in the hot-tub early in the morning. At Night we Got some food at the restaurant and to the cheifs: IT WAS PERFECT! Thanks for making our holiday unforgetable!