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11 hotels around Iceland

Wherever you are in Iceland there is always a Hotel Edda nearby, ready to serve either as a pit-stop or a comfortable basecamp on your adventure tour of discovering Iceland’s wonders of natural beauty. You can rest easy that your nearby Hotel Edda can offer you everything from en suite rooms to sleeping bag accommodation and a great breakfast.

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Hotel Edda ML Laugarvatn In South Iceland Hotel Edda ML Laugarvatn is located in a beautiful setting and is the perfect base for touring the Golden Circle – the mighty Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot springs and the ancient Thingvellir National Park. Read more
Hotel Edda IKI Laugarvatn In South Iceland Hotel Edda IKI Laugarvatn is a small hotel in a picturesque setting with glorious panoramic lakeside views. In an area rich in Iceland’s religious history, it is located near the 12th century Skalholt Cathedral. Read more
Hotel Edda Skogar In South Iceland Hotel Edda Skogar is based on an ancient settlement, with stunning coastal scenes contrasting against beautiful greenery. Nearby attractions include glaciers and waterfalls and black sand beaches that contrast with the green beauty of the Skogar forest. Read more
Hotel Edda Vik In South Iceland Hotel Edda Vík í Mýrdal is set in a haven of rugged beauty with ocean views. The area is a bird lover’s paradise and Mýrdalsjökull glacier towers over the town. Read more
Hotel Edda Hofn In the next vicinity of the largest glacier in Europe - Vatnajokull. Skaftafell and Jokulsarlon are in a short distance. Read more
Hotel Edda Neskaupstadur In East Iceland Hotel Edda Neskaupstadur is built towards Iceland’s easternmost point and, now accessible by road, the area sees visitors flocking to it. Museums, a fjord and an outstanding nature reserve are all close by. Read more
Hotel Edda Egilsstadir In East Iceland Hotel Edda Egilsstaðir is in the “capital of the east”. Among the nearby attractions are Iceland’s biggest forest, the extinct Mount Snæfell volcano, Atlavik’s sandy cove and Lagarfljot river, home to one terrific but shy monster. Read more
Hotel Edda Storutjarnir In North Iceland Hotel Edda Storutjarnir is surrounded by whales, woodlands and waterfalls – including Dettifoss, Europe’s most powerful cascade. Whale-watching cruises and the idyllic Lake Myvatn, with its bird life, fjords and volcanic craters, can be enjoyed from here. Read more
Hotel Edda Akureyri In North Iceland Hotel Edda Akureyri is located in Iceland’s second city. It’s a great base for touring the rugged northern coastline, and Hrísey Island bird sanctuary is just a short ferry ride away. Read more
Hotel Edda Isafjordur In Westfjords Hotel Edda Isafjordur is situated amongst the wonders lighting up Europe’s westernmost point – the perfect base for adventure. The region’s capital boasts Iceland’s oldest buildings. Read more
Hotel Edda Laugar in Saelingsdal In West Iceland Hotel Edda Laugar in Saelingsdalur is located in a region rich in Icelandic sagas. Warm springs are in the Snæfellsnes peninsula’s unspoiled surroundings and another attraction is the Leifur Eiríksson museum, dedicated to the first old-world man to discover America. Read more

Old School Hospitality since 1961

Dorms become quality hotels

This year we celebrate the 55th anniversary of Hotel Edda. It is a unique story of practicality and hospitality towards travellers in Iceland as boarding schools in the countryside, vacant during summer breaks, would assume a new role as hotels offering a good place to stay while enjoying the spectacular nature. Read more.

Reviews

""A lovely stay at Hotel Edda Akureyri""
On the ground floor there is a bar and a lounge area with a piano and a TV and a pool table. On each floor there is a sitting room with lovely sofas. Everything is up to par in this hotel. And I will definitely stay there again next time I visit the lovely town of Akureyri.
Regina1965
""Excellent service!!!!""
The hotel is very comfortable and has a great view of the mountains. The staff is the best part, they are all really nice people and make you feel like home.
Oscar C
""Exactly what we needed""
Granted it's not a luxury hotel but the staff were extremely friendly, the breakfast was excellent, and it was only few minutes walk out of town. Would definitely stay there again.
JatLondon
""Cosy with excellent service and spectacular views!""
If you are thinking of heading to Iceland, then I recommend you go to a gorgeous little town; Vik. If you're going to Vik, then I highly recommend you stay at Hotel Edda!
steph N
""Great views""
This was the best place we stayed in Iceland this year. Our room had a huge window with an amazing view of the fjord.
Andy Nash
""Split-level family rooms - best lamb dish in Iceland!""
The biggest surprice was the hotel restaurant, which we chose only due to lack of other options in the area. The lamb main course was the tendrest, most tasty lamb dish we have ever tasted!!
Bina8
""Such a great start to my trip""
it's a great place to stay that is situated after the National Park and a short ride from the Geysir and Gulfoss -- the spa/baths/hot springs next door are an absolute MUST SEE –
DS77771
""Surprisingly delightful""
Our room was nice and spacious and very very clean. Most of the furniture looked fairly new. The staff was very nice and helpful. Something I found exciting about the Edda hotel chain is that they were all former schools, so the layout of the hotel is a little odd (but fun).
twopeasonepod
""Under Eyafjallajokull""
The most known volcano in the world which blocked lots of flights across the world this year is just behind your window. Hotel is located in the school as all edda hotels. Rooms are spacious, shared bathroom…I recommend this place for every nature lover.
aaroundtheworld
""We loved it and we´ll be back again""
A really practical, clean and comfortable hotel with no fuss, everything we required, bathroom with shower very good and very good dinner and breakfast and not too expensive. Staff extremely friendly and helpful…
David5457