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Hotels in Iceland

Hotels in Iceland

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Iceland has something to offer every discerning traveller

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Iceland has something to offer everyone

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Iceland Key Facts

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Icelandic.

Fun Facts

There's lots of wide open countryside in Iceland - 60% of the population live in the capital, Reykjavík.

Currency

Icelandic Króna

Local Time

No time difference

Frequently Asked Questions

Iceland is certainly an all-year-round destination. That said, if there are particular things you want to do or see, you may have to go during certain months. To explore uninhabited inner Iceland, you’ll need to visit during July or August as the highland tracks are closed outside of these months. For a chance to see the renowned Northern Lights, visit any time from September to April.
Reykjavik is a famously quirky city with a buzzing nightlife and bar scene. A winter holiday would be incomplete without stopping off at a hotel in Iceland that puts you near this colourful city. You can explore the National Museum of Iceland to get an overview of the area’s history, or delve into its Viking past at the Settlement Exhibition and the Reykjavík Maritime Museum.One of the most romantic sights in Iceland is the Northern Lights, a unique natural light display that turns the sky blazing green, red or blue. Couples might like to choose from hotels in Hella, where you can keep updated with aurora alert services – and enjoy the show from an outdoor hot tub, or Skógar, where the rays are reflected in the Skógafoss Waterfall.To tour the famous Golden Circle route – a circuit of Iceland’s most beautiful natural landscapes – set up your base in a hotels in Reykjavík. From here, take in the cliffs and valleys of Thingvellir National Park, the bubbling hot spas and geysers of the Geysir Geothermal Area and the Gullfoss Waterfall’s spectacular rushing rapids.To introduce children to Iceland’s stunning landscapes, families should go for hotels in Grindavik. From here, it’s a short 6.5km drive to the Blue Lagoon. This geo-thermal spa is always warm, so can be enjoyed on the chilliest of days. Whale watching tours also depart from Grindavik – head out on the ocean to see if you can catch sight of an Orca or two.
With a great range of hotels in Reykjavík as well as spread through northern and southern Iceland, you won’t be short of choice. On our website, you can choose the star rating, location and price bracket that you’re after to help you narrow down your search.

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