Iceland Hotel Reviews
Hotels in Reykjavík and larger towns usually offer standard amenities: hair dryer, trouser press, telephone, and satellite TV. Unless otherwise noted, assume rooms listed have bath or shower. Breakfast is usually included in the hotel price, but inquire to be certain.
Many travelers find simple guesthouses adequate, whereas others prefer a bed-and-breakfast in a private home. Icelandic farm holidays have been growing in popularity, even among Icelanders. On about 140 properties—half of them working farms—you can come in close contact with the country, its people, and the magnificent natural surroundings. Accommodations vary widely: you might stay in a separate cottage, in a bed in the farmhouse, or in a sleeping bag in an outbuilding. Some farms have cooking facilities; others serve full meals if requested. Make reservations well in advance.
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