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Kirkjuboli 2, Reykholt 320 Iceland
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Small Country hotel with view over glaciers and mountains.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Hot tub
Free breakfast
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Banquet room
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Stayed here recently and was so impressed. Me and my buddy took two rooms beside eachother on the balcony. The rooms were basic but really clean, really cozy and really warm. The bathroom was functional and had everything you'd need, including a hairdryer. The room was immaculate and the fresh sheets and towels were most welcome after a days trekking. The location is beautiful and wonderfully calm and quite. The breakfast was plentiful and set us up nicely for an arduous day ahead. But most of all, the staff. Seriously, sometimes I'm amazed at just what a difference a smile can make. There was a young women and a young man there to check us in. She was an absolute delight to deal with and just beamed. He also had a really genuine kindness about him and was so utterly helpful with my annoying requests. If I owned this place I'd be proud as punch of my staff. Sometimes it's the small things that make the difference. Yes, this place is basic, but that doesn't matter. The tone that is set when you arrive somewhere is often what creates the biggest impact. This places punches above it's weight. Such a wonderful little Hotel. Thanks. Oh, it's also very, very good value for money. Especially in Iceland!
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We stayed at Hotel A for 3 nights in a family room. This beautiful hotel is well situated to take advantage of the many nearby sights. The main bedroom and bathroom were spacious, but the loft was far too low. Even our 6 year old had to hunch over to even fit in at the top of the very steep steps. It was uncomfortable for me to move around up there and I hit my head more than once. Worse though was the heated flooring (on the bottom level) that could not be controlled or turned off by the guest. This made the room uncomfortably warm. We were lucky enough to have an end unit so we had 3 windows we could open, but the room still warmed up too much overnight and the open windows allowed flies in. Despite this, we slept OK the first two nights. The third night was unpleasant though. Neither my wife or I could sleep much due to the temperature. In fairness, I've read others say they asked the owner to turn off the heated flooring. We did not do this though as the problem wasn't too bad until the final night. I would suggest to the owner that the heated flooring be turned off for the duration of summer. On the other hand, the heated flooring is probably quite nice in the winter! Breakfast was decent and adequate. We did not eat dinner there so I can't speak to its quality but the menu seemed limited and didn't interest us. The hotel is in a fairly remote location with few dining options nearby so you should plan to eat before returning from wherever you're touring during the day. Staff was friendly and helpful with a few hiccups. We arrived to find no towels in our room (easily remedied). Housekeeping made our bed each day but only once made our son's bed in the loft (perhaps too small/uncomfortable even for the staff?). I also noticed that, unlike pretty much every other hotel I've ever stayed at, there was no guest information in the room (usually a binder with a list of hotel services and features, check in & out times, restaurant menu, nearby attractions, etc.). This was also the only room we stayed at in Iceland that did not have any appliances whatsoever for food preparation or storage (no microwave, coffee maker, fridge, etc.) We were not expecting a kitchenette, but it was odd that there was nothing at all. None of these things were terrible, but I mention them as examples of how the hotel could improve. Hotel A has a lot going for it, but I can only give a cautious recommendation due to the uncomfortably warm room and other shortcomings.
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An absolutely lovely place. Situated up on a hill overlooking the valley it has a wonderful view. The rooms are good sized with a loft. Comfortable beds and a nice waterfall shower complete the package. The main building is very open. Breakfast is limited to fresh.
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This hotel is very nice. A nice restaurant with a fireplace and a panoramic window towards the valley. The rooms are nice too with comfy beds. A couple of strange design choices can be found like no tiles on the floor in the shower - just bare concrete and a mirror with mosaic parts making it looked cracked from the beginning, but this are small details. The rooms are mainly on the ground level and of a "garage-type" layout where the garage door has been replaced with a panorama window with a door in. You can lay in the bed watching the nature outside if it weren't for the fact that all people will be walking outside. A few rooms are on the second floor. The only problem we had was that the heat in the room was on full speed and there was no possibility to turn it off by yourself. The staff took care of it, but it was too little time for the room to cool down, so it was a warm night with poor sleep for me. Too bad in an otherwise very nice place.
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It was amazing stay, everything was clean, the staff was really friendly. It was totally worth it for this price. We did see Hraunfossar and Surtshellir. Surtshellir is worth to drive and it does not cost anything to look into. Surtshellir is the biggest or longest cave in Iceland.
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$141 - $275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IcelandSouth RegionReykholt
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