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The location of each and every Hotel Edda offers endless possibilities for outdoor activities, both on and off site. There are always places of breathtaking natural beauty to be enjoyed in the vicinity, an abundance of hiking trails and sightseeing tours to suit every interest.

Hotel Edda is the oldest group of hotels in Iceland. With decades of experience in providing comfortable refuge for weary travellers, we know exactly how to help you wind down at the end of a busy day.

The Hotel Edda chain is owned and operated by Icelandair Hotels and is committed to outstanding service at a reasonable price.

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In South Iceland

Hotel Edda ML Laugarvatn

In South Iceland
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.
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Hotel Edda IKI Laugarvatn

In South Iceland
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.
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Hotel Edda Skogar

In South Iceland
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.
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Hotel Edda Vik

In South Iceland
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.
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In East Iceland

Hotel Edda Hofn

In East Iceland
In the next vicinity of the largest glacier in Europe - Vatnajokull. Skaftafell and Jokulsarlon are in a short distance.
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Hotel Edda Neskaupstadur

In East Iceland
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.
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Hotel Edda Egilsstadir

In East Iceland
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.
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In North Iceland

Hotel Edda Storutjarnir

In North Iceland
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.
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Hotel Edda Akureyri

In North Iceland
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.
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In Westfjords

Hotel Edda Isafjordur

In Westfjords
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.
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In West Iceland

Hotel Edda Laugar in Saelingsdal

In West Iceland
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.
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