Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Laugarvatn, Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants, Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn makes it easy to enjoy the best of Laugarvatn.
Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn features 24 hour front desk, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn, free parking is available.
While in Laugarvatn, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn, including Restaurant Lindin Bistro Cafe (0.3 mi), Cozy Cafe in Galleri Laugarvatni (0.6 mi), and Laugarvatn Fontana Cafe (0.4 mi).
Laugarvatn is also home to The Cave People, a popular history museum that is not too far from Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn is sure to make your visit to Laugarvatn one worth remembering.
2 single beds in dorm room, large space for dorms, very basic furniture, shared bathrooms that were very well maintained (several for a hallway), breakfast ok but crowded, dinner was good. Stay overall was ok for a one night stop in area. Good wifi, no tv,
This hotel was extremely basic. It's a boarding school during the year and it has that kind of feel. We reserved a room with a private bathroom, but most of the rooms have shared facilities. The room was so small that we didn't even have room to open our suitcases. The breakfast was okay, and the wifi works fine.
Came to Hotel Edda ML Laugarvatn with a large group. Rooms are basic but very clean and more than adequate. Food is much better than expected, dinner especially. Hotel is conveniently placed for the Golden Circle sights and has a picturesque position over looking Lake Laugarvatn.
Great Breakfast too! Loved the cheeses. Hosts were very welcoming and it is a great experience to stay in a local school turned into a hotel with all its commodities during the summer. Good use of space
It is 3 years since we were last here and things have improved. We have blackout curtains and free wifi in the rooms. The breakfasts are better with croissants and waffles and butter pieces and good instant coffee and tea. The beds were comfy and the showers were good although the floor did get very wet. There is no coffee nor a kettle in the room so we brought our own. The room rate is not too bad compared to other Eddas. If we come to Iceland again we would probably stay here again because it is very convenient. The staff were very friendly too and at our request we got a ground floor room as there is no lift.
Location is pretty good for sightseeing if you are passing through, nothing fancy with the rooms, they are good sized, but comfortable enough. I would recommend for a one night stay if you are in the area
The Hotel Edda flags greeted us when we arrived - otherwise, it would have been a bit confusing as this used to be a school. Interesting set-up and we did have to fight with 2 busloads of other tourists. The room was sterile but the largest we had stayed in during our entire trip. And the bed and bedding - fantastic! Breakfast was found in the main building. A bit of a chaotic event as although we did try to avoid the bus occupants, it was to no avail as they pushed and shoved their way through the buffet. But that did not truly distract from our overall stay. Dinner is offered at the Hotel however, again because of the buses, we chose to eat close to the Laugarvatn geothermal spa (Fontana Spa) at a place called the Héraðsskólinn Hostel which looked like a wonderful place…
We had a decent sized room - once you get over the school feel it is great. Convenient location for the area, although there are limited options for eating in the evening. Breakfast was good, and free wifi worked well.
More of less between the National Park of Thingvellir and Geysir, this accommodation is conveninently located if you drive, as you will be at 30 minutes of both attractions. The hotel is likely a dormitory for students the rest of the year, and open to guests on Summer. Rooms are very basic, but clean. Bed and sheets are of good quality. Probably not the nicest place to stay in Iceland, but excellent quality-price ratio. The staff is very nice and very helpful. Free wifi all around the hotel. Breakfast is also quite basic.
The hotel looks what it is from September to May, a boarding school. It even smells like one when you enter the lobby. The room we where allocated was large, but bare. Linoleum floor, 2 beds, 2 small desks plated by linoleum, and 2 hard backed chairs. It look all worn down. As we wanted to have the window open to get some fresh air, the wind was hauling in the cracks around the door, so we had to tape it over with gaffe tape to stop the noise. The breakfast buffet was really fine, with a good variety of choices, compared to other hotels in Iceland we have visited.