Stayed here on a round trip of Iceland for two nights, rooms OK but no kettle / coffee making facilities in room (same as most hotels in Iceland).
We went for a meal on the first night but this was a mistake. Fish soup tasted of cheese(?), Pan-Fried monkfish was in a thick pungent sauce (also with cheese) overcooked and leathery, so we bailed before dessert.... It also cost £140 for 4 without drinks...with a dessert and a beer each it would have been over £200!
Town is small and an easy walk from the hotel. The two town restaurants proved to be much better but still expensive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fosshotel Stykkisholmur is a recently renovated 3-star hotel in a lovely little fishing village of Stykkishólmur, sometimes called the town of thousand islands. This beautiful town's atmosphere is set by old houses that make you feel like a time traveller. Stykkishólmur is the center for service, trade, and transport for the whole Breidafjordur area. The hotel restaurant has a warm atmosphere, a modern bar and a superb conference room that welcomes up to 300 guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stykkisholmur Hotel Stykkishólmur