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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Geysir Selfoss
Travel Blogs from Selfoss
... geyser, which is now dormant, but which has been replaced by Strokkur "the Churn", which erupts at 5-10 minute intervals.
• Ţingvellir National Park – perhaps Iceland's most important historical area, it is full of geological and cultural interest – both as the site of the first parliament and the meeting point of two tectonic plates
• Gullfoss – Iceland's most famous waterfall thunders into the Hvítá river with ...
... every 5-10 minutes and is called Strokkur. Much like Rotorua in New Zealand, there was steam pushing up from the ground all around and bubbling water pools with water around 80-100 degrees. Unlike Rotorua, the sulphurous smell was barely noticeable. Only a few minutes down the road from Geysir, was one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland, a double waterfall known as Gullfoss (or Golden Falls in English). One of the very first things we learnt ...
... the Visitor's Center was open (it opens at 10:00am after September 15). We had the pleasure of exploring the geothermal sites of Geysir pretty much all by ourselves. It was lovely! Imagine being at Old Faithful in Yellowstone without another soul around! It's unheard of! To see these world-famous sites up-close and personal, just the two of us was a real treat and made the visit so much more intimate and special. We really got a ...
Got up slowly this morning and had a leisurely breakfast of
croissants and coffee. It was a cold night but a lovely morning again which made packing up a less arduous task. The American family were already packed up and ready to go off hiking in the mountains- they have a lovely small tent as Nick and Tom were quick to point out to me. (there was a little controversy about which tent to bring and as usual it turns out that Nick was right and we should have ...
... this year. Dinner in the fancy Lava restaurant then back to our own private lagoon at the clinic for another long float in the perfect warm water. The ground underfoot was SO soft with thick grey/green mud that you almost couldn't feel it. This was our last day in Iceland & it's been the most magical place. We're so glad we decided to add this amazing week to our holiday & will certainly consider returning here in the ...