We stayed at this hotel for 2 days as part of a self-drive tour around Iceland. It is conveniently located for travelling to the Golden Circle.
The hotel is pleasantly decorated and is kept very clean. The beds are actually two singles pushed together. The rooms surround a central area where the hot tubs are. The hot tubs are great and a real treat at the end of a hard day.
Because of the hot tubs the bathrooms have a door that leads to the outside. The water from the shower is not contained and so it all spills into the rest of the room. There is a brush in the bathroom to move the water back towards the showers. I can see why its been designed by this, but it can get slippery and is not ideal if you're wearing boots.
The food was good, but it was the most expensive meal that we had while we were in Iceland - 11,000 krona for main, soft drinks and dessert. It was very nice - I had some beautifully flavoured cod.
We did have a problem on the Sunday when we returned from a day trip and the restaurant was closed. I think it shuts at half 8. Thankfully there was a restaurant over the road which was open - and it was a good thing too as there is precious little else open nearby.
Overall we had a pleasant stay at this hotel. The cost of food was a negative but I don't think this was much more expensive than elsewhere in Iceland, and it was good quality. The staff were friendly, although their English wasn't as good as elsewhere.
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