Icelandic Hotels and guesthouses

Hotels in Iceland generally follow a high standard. In Reykjavik you can find several high quality hotels, most of them conveniently located within easy walking distance of the main shopping district. In downtown Reykjavik, there are luxury hotels with great facilities, spacious rooms and first-class service, that cater to businessmen and discerning tourists. There are also attractive and comfortable hotels located in quiet residential areas, offering friendly service and relaxed atmosphere, and there are small, friendly hotels and student dormitories.

Visiting Iceland, whether as a professional or a holidaymaker, your will find your best accommodation on  Rooms or apartments for any budget. Check our availability and look for your dream accommodation in Iceland.

Hot Springs of Iceland

Swimming is popular in Iceland both by Icelanders and visitors. For more than 70 years swimming has been included in school curriculums so every Icelander is required by law to learn to swim.

There is a great number of high quality swimming pools in Iceland, mostly due to the wealth of geothermal heat. Most of the pools that are not located in geothermal areas are indoors. The number of open air pools is far greater and those can be found all over the country.  They are open year-round, regardless of weather.

Using open air swimming pools in Iceland is a unique experience, particularly when the outside temperatures are a few degrees below zero.