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On the up side, this hotel serves breakfast very early and the transportation to the airport is free and convenient. The room itself wasn't bad and there is a nice bar in the lobby. On the down side, the building used to be military barracks...More
Easy check in and check out. We arrived at Keflavik after 12pm so we had to wait a little to catch the free shuttle to the B&B ( ~ 10 minutes to drive). Check in was quick and easy within 5 minutes we had our...More
This is a very good functional hotel if you're catching an early flight out of Iceland. Rooms are _very_ spacious, so no problem in preparing your suitcases, unpacking, packing, sorting stuff etc. Breakfast begins at 04:00 - also very convenient. And a pretty good breakfast...More
The bed room was quite large. Bed room and bath room look dated but are clean. The receptionist was helpful and friendly. The surprisingly good breakfast buffet starts early enough for having breakfast before an early morning flight. Free shuttle to the airport.
US$112 - US$388 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Our suite had 2 single beds in one room and a double and single bed in the other. There was a doorway between the rooms that was the right size for a normal door but there was no door in it. So the rooms were somewhat... More
Our suite had 2 single beds in one room and a double and single bed in the other. There was a doorway between the rooms that was the right size for a normal door but there was no door in it. So the rooms were somewhat separate but not really private.