As part of the winter student residence at Akureyri High School, this large hotel found near the centre of town offers 204 basic but comfortable rooms to summer travellers. Found in Iceland's second city and 'capital of the north' of Akureyri, it is a great base for touring the rugged northern coastline.
Situated close to Laugavegur, the main shopping street of the city, Fosshotel Raudara's hallmark is friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere. Centrally located, many of the city's museums, galleries and theatres are within easy walking distance and there is ample free parking available for self drive clients.
A lovely Guesthouse set in the pretty village of Grundarfjordur on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, this is a good accommodation choice for those who would like to explore Snaefellsnes while still being within reach of a town with amenities.
A comfortable, family-run hotel, named after Laki volcano nearby, which is located close to many of the south east’s natural wonders, including Skaftafell National Park, Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon and Ingólfshöfði nature reserve.
Overlooking the harbour in Raufarhofn (Iceland’s northernmost village), Hotel Nordurljos makes an ideal base for exploring the wild and forgotten peninsula of Melrakkasletta in the far northeast of the country.
Set in a rural location west of Hofn and within easy reach of the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, this friendly farm hotel offers a wide selection of well furnished, mostly modern rooms, with private bathrooms.
Only an hour from Reykjavik, Icelandair Hotel Hamar has 54 rooms found in the beautiful western part of Iceland. With the sparkling glaciers and stretching coastline of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula within easy reach, the hotel is ideally placed surrounded by mountains and set in the middle of an elegant 18-hole golf course.
Set in the centre of Akureyri with plenty of bars and restaurants nearby, the Nordurland has 32 en suite rooms that are ideally located to experience northern Iceland's cultural and environmental highlights.