• Serving Reykjavík - Keflavík / Iceland
    Keflavík International Airport
  • Icelandair Hotel in Keflavik

    Hafnargata 57, Keflavík, IS

2 mi from KEF airport

Guest Score:based on 2 reviews
  • Amenities: Restaurant, Room service, Meeting/banquet facilities, Bar, 24-hour front desk, Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Airport shuttle, Business centre, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Facilities for disabled guests, Breakfast in the room, Ironing service, Bridal suite, Free parking, Internet services, Lift, Safety deposit box, Currency exchange, Massage, Gift shop, Bicycle rental, Library, Hiking, Packed lunches, Car hire, Cycling, Tour desk, Heating, Fax/photocopying, Ticket service, Luggage storage, WiFi, Allergy-free room, Free WiFi, Non-smoking throughout, ATM/cash machine on site, Restaurant (à la carte), Snack bar, Concierge service, Shuttle service (surcharge), Special diet menus (on request), Trouser press, Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), Airport shuttle (free), On-site parking, WiFi available in all areas
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About the Icelandair Hotel

The Icelandair Hotel in Keflavik is part of the Icelandair chain of hotels. The hotel is located on the Reykjanes Peninsula. There are 60 rooms available across four floors that are linked by an elevator. The Keflavik Airport is just 2.2 miles away. A free airport shuttle is available in the early mornings. Guests who are driving have free access to a heated indoor parking garage. Smoking is not allowed in or around the property. Every room in the hotel comes with satellite television, a mini-bar and an in-room safe. Some rooms also contain large tables and extra chairs for working or dining. Guests can request an ironing board, hair dryer and cribs for infants. Wireless Internet is available in the rooms and the hotel for a fee although there is a single computer in the lobby that is free to use. The hotel contains a sauna, a library and a fitness center. The hotel maintains a restaurant called Vocal that serves a very diverse range of cuisines from around the world. There is also a bar and cafe attached for less formal dining. The main attraction in the area is the Blue Lagoon. This natural hot spring attracts people from around the world who want to bathe in the warm outdoor waters. The Viking Museum is nearby celebrating the history of the country. Active travelers who want to spend time outdoors can explore the many trails and fishing villages on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The Reykjanesviti Lighthouse is located on the peninsula and provides views of the ocean.