Icelandair Hotel in Keflavik
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIcelandair Hotel in Keflavik Keflavík
sauberes Hotel, ruhig, gutes Frühstück, alles ok .....................................
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After breakfast, we headed to Reykjavik botanical gardens, a statues museum, the famous viking ship statue on the beach and the cathedral. We then hurried to Keflavik, checked in the hotel, and went on a drive in the area - the bridge between two continents, a lighthouse, lava fields and the stunning Blue Lagoon. We then returned to the hotel and …
... area is about 25 km2. Most international journeys to or from Iceland pass through this airport.
The main carriers at Keflavík are Icelandair and WOW air, who make the airport their main hub. The airport is almost exclusively ...
... I'm not good at sitting down and doing nothing. Relaxing. Its kind of boring. Although I was enjoying my nice quiet spot until several families decided to turn it into play time.....great.... After sitting around for about 90 minutes, I was totally bored. So went back inside to shower and change. By now the place was heaving. A long queue for a shower. Chaos in the changing area. It was awful. Like a public ...
Today we tried out the Reykjavik bus system and headed over to pickup the race kits and go out for a day of swimming at Laugardalsvollur pool.
The race kit pickup was well organized, with t-shirts for all of us and excellent goodies. In a sense, it was like a visit to Costco, as there were samples of popcorn, chocolate, Powerade and more. Salinda became an icon at registration as she ...
At our lunch stop for a fish buffet, Gummi led us across the street to the studio of Dagni, a local glass artist. Besides her studio and gallery she operates a bakery and restaurant in the same building. She used a lot of volcanic ash for the color in her glass pieces. She showed us the trophies she makes for ...