Top 10 Hotels in Iceland


Top 10 Hotels in Iceland

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Iceland offers a visual treat of volcanic landscapes, the spurting geysers, and Northern Lights. These sights are great to stop over for the tourists in Iceland. These have contributed a surge to hospitality in Iceland for the opening of more and more hotels. But still, the demand is more so the prices of hotels are high in Iceland. Iceland tourism is growing day by day and it is in its initial phase. Iceland offers a huge list of accommodation options for tourists. The best options of accommodation are concentrated in Reykjavik and the west, but due to the popularity of outdoor activities in Iceland and the tourists increasing interest in the exploration of remote areas of Iceland, accommodation is now spreading far and wide. Many of the hotels are built in prefab style, but remote designers are coming with different styles of architecture. So here is the list of top 10 hotels in Iceland, where your stay will give you an unparallel experience.Read more:-The 10 Best Things to Do in Iceland
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavk Marina

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The prime location of this hotel has made it positioned at number one among the top 10 hotels of Iceland. This hotel is set in the landmark historic building on the harbor. This hotel has good mountain and sea views. The major cultural sites like Harpa Concert Hall a 10-minute walk and the shops, restaurants, and galleries including the Reykjavik Museum of Photography are situated at the strolling distance from the hotel. The interior of the hotel is both quirky and comfortable. The mesmerizing colorful artworks, nautical knick-knacks, and bright designer furnishing will steal your heart. The hotel basic amenities include a lobby with a cozy fireplace, welcoming bar and restaurant. The room sizes are relatively small and the new addition of 39 rooms was done in 2015. These new rooms come with a mini bar, a phone and some rooms have balconies looking over the city or the bay. Reykjavik Marina Residence contains several large apartment-style suites all with private balconies installed in two renovated historical houses. These style suites are more spacious and intimate. The main eating area is Kaffislippur which is also used for hangouts.Rooms: Standard, Superior, Studio, Attic Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, and Marina Suite. Breakfast is included in all prices.Price - Double rooms from 80 in low season; rising to 120 in high. Breakfast is included in the Deluxe and Suite categories. Breakfast price from 14 (cheaper if pre-booked). Free Wi-Fi.Location - Myrargata 2, Reykjavik, Iceland
Sigl Hotel

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Siglo Hotel is built into the harbor in Siglufjordur. This hotel is opened around the year. The hotel offers 61 classic rooms each room offering views of the beautiful surrounding mountains and marina. The classic rooms relaxing window seats, 4 deluxe rooms with upgraded amenities and 3 suites with private balconies. All the guests have access to the outdoor spas and the spa located inside the hotel too. The architecture of the hotel aims to provide a relaxing and romantic environment for its guests. At the ground floor of the hotel, a relaxing room is located with a cozy fireplace. The lobby bar and Sunna restaurant are located within the hotel itself. This hotel is the only hotel in north Iceland with dock entrance. So try a new entrance, if you will arrive with the boat, you will have a private harbor. The hotel is situated within the Marina Village, along with the neighboring restaurant Hannes Boy and the caf Rauka.Rooms: Classic, Deluxe, Junior Suite and Suite. Breakfast is included in all prices.Price - INR-14,032 per night.Location - Snorragata 3, 580 Siglufjrur, IcelandRead more:-The First Game of Thrones-themed ice hotel in the world
101 Hotel

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This hotel is located in the center of downtown Reykjavk. This hotel is one of the stylish boutique hotels in Iceland. This hotel is having a charming interior. The dark glossy furnishings, modern lines, and the local artwork from some of the prominent artists of the country are a distinctive feature. This hotel is very popular among business travelers and high style couples. The guest room is equipped with cozy fireplaces, heated wooden floors, and Italian linen. This hotel also offers temporary art exhibitions in the hotels public area. The interior of the hotel is designed by the owner. The common amenities of the hotel include basement gym and spa with steam bath, bar, DVD library and round the clock reception services. Free parking and Wi-Fi too. This boutique hotel offers 38 rooms including 6 suites. All the rooms are conspicuously smart, featuring mellow color-schemes complemented by stylish rugs on wooden floors and beds with Quagliotti linens. The kitchen offers Icelandic dishes as well as casual international dishes such as gourmet hamburgers. Room services are available till midnight.Price - Double rooms from 280 in low season; rising to 400 in high. Breakfast excluded (16.50).Location - Hverfisgata 10, 101 Reykjavk, Iceland
Hotel Borg

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This hotel is Reykjavks first luxury hotel built in 1930. This hotel is located in the most scenic place in Iceland. The hotels prestigious neighbor includes Icelandic parliament and Reykjavik cathedral. Tough the hotel has gone renovated so many times due in its long lifetime, but it has managed to maintain its original Art Deco ambiance. This hotel offers meeting rooms and housework center for business travelers. All the 99 rooms of the hotel are equipped with comfort-minded amenities. The breakfast served in the handsome vintage-modern Borg restaurant features abundant high-quality hot and cold dishes. Lunch and dinner are lip-smacking.Price-Double rooms from 190 in low season; rising to 300 in high. Breakfast excluded - priced at 14. Free Wi-Fi.Location - Posthusstraeti 11, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland.
The Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland

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Those who plan a trip to Iceland must have a fantasy to retreat in Blue Lagoon. This is a luxury hotel in Iceland offering 62 rooms, and the hotel is set along the lagoons milky blue waters. The geothermal spa in Iceland is attracting a huge number of tourists to this place. The interior and furnishing of the hotel are purely Icelandic in touch, subtle Italian influences too. The resorts star amenity is its cavernous spa, a world-class wellness facility segmented by multiple relaxation zones. Rooms and suites are set over two floors and split into three categories: ground-level abodes that directly about the lava fields and lagoons (with a smattering of the latter providing direct access to the water) and first-floor rooms that offer sweeping views of the moss-covered lava fields. The spa restaurant offers sushi, salads and the like is compromised by the setting.Price - Double rooms from 1,029 in low season; and from 1,285 in high. Breakfast and spa access included. Free Wi-Fi.Location - Nordurljosavegur 11, 240 Grindavk, Icelandread more:-GIETHOORN: The Village Without Roads
Ion Adventure Hotel

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This hotel has one of the most eye-popping settings in Iceland. The surrounding landscape is dotted with captivating natural attractions waterfalls, the Silfra diving area, and Kerid, a volcanic crater. The interior of the hotel depicts typical Scandinavian style, with wooden floors and a black-white-and-grey palette. The use of Icelandic wool and occasional wall-sized photos of horses are the prime added cozy factor of the hotel. Geothermally heated outdoor pool and spa area offer massage through Icelandic herbs. The hotel has 18 standards (called deluxe) rooms, 24 twins and two single sub parterre rooms. Some rooms have industrial feelings due to the presence of the grey concrete wall. The common in-room amenities include large televisions, iPod docks, coffee- and tea-making facilities (kettles in single rooms; coffee machines in larger ones). Minibars are also available in deluxe rooms and suites. The hotels restaurant and bar are decorated with minimal furnishings. Sweet Black Death is the finest drink served in the bar.Price - Double rooms from ISK 55,000 ISK (390) in low season; and from ISK 64,000 ISK (453) in high. Breakfast ISK 2,900 (20). Free Wi-Fi.Location - Nesjavellir 801, 801 Nesjavellir, Iceland
Hotel Ranga

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Hotel Ranga is a 51 room luxury hotel situated about 75 minutes south of Reykjavik. This hotel is famous in Iceland due to its spectacular views of the northern lights and even has its own observatory with high-end telescopes for serious stargazers. This hotel is among the top list of celebrities and honeymooners. This hotel is built in a log cabin style. The architecture of the hotel is truly idiosyncratic style with a 10 ft bear statue in reception. The signature suites of this hotel are themed according to the seven continents. The hotel is run by the owner himself and his staff, so the guests have homely feeling in this hotel. The prime attraction of the hotel includes large second-floor lounge-bar with views across the river, a games room with pool table, and an upstairs balcony that serves as a great spot for stargazing and if you are lucky then you may have a view of northern lights too. A sumptuous Royal suite is also available, and the newly opened Icelandic Suite offers some beautifully handcrafted furnishings. This hotel offers Nordic cuisine and the dishes are cooked with predominantly local ingredients.Price - Double rooms from ISK 45,300 (329) in low season and from ISK 61,500 ISK (446) in high. Breakfast included. Free WiFi.Location - Sudurlandsvegur, Hella, 851, Iceland.
Kvosin Downtown Hotel

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This small boutique hotel is located in a historic building that dates back to the 19th century. Kvosin is the name of the area that constitutes downtown Reykjavik (otherwise known colloquially as 101). So this hotel is situated right in the middle of the city. This hotel was renovated and truly depicts the unbeatable feeling of Scandinavian style with moderate furnishings and documentary style photos of local life. The staff of the hotel is friendly and helpful. There is also a Kvosin Kiosk, which sells gifts like linen, teas, and toiletries. The hotel is having 24 boutique apartments, which are separated into usefully straightforward categories such as Big, Bigger and Biggest. All rooms are equipped with in-room amenities. The rooms are lighted and spacious. The restaurant of the hotel which is located on the ground floor offers a Mediterranean menu and specials each day. In breakfast, the hotel offers fruits, beverages and cold cuts, freshly baked oatmeal cookies and sourdough bread. The Klaustur Bar which is run by the hotel has a great selection of wines, whiskeys (over 40), and gins (including Taiwanese and Belgian) that can only be found in Iceland.Price - Double rooms from ISK 22,500 (160) in low season; and from ISK 55,600 (395) in high. Breakfast costs ISK 2,110 (18) per person. Free Wi-Fi.Location - Kirkjutorg 4, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland.Read more:-Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die
Deplar Farm

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In the early 18th century, this was a sheep farm. It has now been converted into a luxurious heli-skiing and salmon fishing retreat in Icelands isolated far north. Deplar ranks as one of the most isolated, yet most luxurious hotels in Europe, perhaps even the world. The region receives some of the highest snowfall of the country making the surrounding of the hotel perfect place for exhilarating skiing and snowboarding. The style of the hotel is delightfully fresh. The hotel offers a high-end gym and yoga studio. Theres so much to do here, from heli-skiing in the winter months to kayaking, mountain biking, salmon fishing and hiking in the summer. The hotel offers 12 bedrooms and one bunk room. All rooms are elegant, stylish and comfortable. The beds are covered with super soft reindeer skins so that guests can feel warm. The large windows of the room offer breathe taking views across the valley. The small team of chefs prepares meals according to the guests preferences. The bar of the hotel offers an extensive range of wines.Price - Doubles from 1,373 per person, per night, based on double occupancy; including full board, private concierge, full guide service, custom adventure itineraries and airport transfers from Akureyri Airport. Free Wi-Fi.Location - 570 Fljotum, Iceland.
Radisson Blu Saga Hotel

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The Radisson Blu is one of Reykjaviks most comprehensive hotels which offer a spa, three restaurant areas, comfortable rooms with stunning views and hair salon too. Radisson Blu is located at 10-minute walk from city center. The interior of the hotel is a mixed blend of stylish chic, corporate sterility and contemporary too. There are many in-hotel facilities ranging from on-site banking to the gift shop. The hotel comprises of 208 rooms and luxury suites too. the distinctive in-room amenities include Nespresso machines and private balconies. The food available at the restaurant inside the hotel is a perfect blend of continental and local cuisine. The stylish Mimisbar & Lounge serves cocktails and Icelandic beers.Price - Double rooms from 110 in low season; rising to 250 in high. Breakfast excluded - priced at 19 per person. Free Wi-Fi.Location - Hagatorg, 107 Reykjavk, Iceland.There are different reasons why the wonderland is on the radar of every tourist. The reason varies from glacial lagoons, award-winning restaurants. But I am sure once you check in any of the top 10 hotels in Iceland listed above, this could be an add on reason to visit Iceland again. So check in to these hotels and have a lifetime experience.Read more:-Stay At This Beer-Themed Hotel Inside A Brewery