Hotels in Iceland

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Hotels in popular cities in Iceland

Below are the most popular cities in Iceland to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Iceland

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Low seasonMarchcheapest month to stay
High seasonAugustmost expensive time to stay
66%expected price decrease
37%expected price increase


€54 - €252

Cheapest day of weekSundayis the cheapest day of the week to book
Highest day of weekSaturdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
€148is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
€218is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

Useful insights on Iceland hotels

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The Reykjavik Edition

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Average Length of Stay

8 days
The cheapest price for a room in Iceland found in the last 7 days is €27/night. This rate is available with Kex Hostel Reykjavík, a 2-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with The Reykjavik Edition, the most popular 5-star hotel in Iceland (9.1/10 rating - based on 416 reviews).
There are 167 hotels in Iceland close to Reykjavik Keflavik Intl. Bank Guesthouse By Kef Airport is the nearest with a distance of 1.8 km from this airport.
On average, people stay for 8 days when lodging at hotels in Iceland. The average accommodation price for 8 days in Iceland in the past week is €1,345.

Information about staying in Iceland

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What cities in Iceland are best to stay in?

If you seek convenient and reliable connections to attractions in Iceland, consider finding accommodation in Reykjavik. The city boasts a good public bus system featuring frequent services to various metropolises and attractions in the country. Whether you need to access a specific destination or wish to explore Reykjavik like a local, the city's public transportation system is a cost-effective and enjoyable option. If you look to explore the city via public buses, consider purchasing the Reykjavik City Card. The card entitles you to unlimited rides on city buses and access to main sites and discounts at stores and restaurants. Alternatively, you can purchase a single journey ticket, which equates to a single fare within the city. Some of the best Iceland hotels in Reykjavik include Grand Hotel Reykjavik and Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel.

What are the best things to do in Iceland?

The Blue Lagoon is arguably the most popular paid attraction in Iceland, located in the Reykjanes peninsula. This attraction's proximity to Iceland's capital makes it an ideal pit break even if you are in the country for a brief stay. The Blue Lagoon boasts awe-inspiring scenery, featuring a unique combination of steaming milky blue water with the black lava rock backdrop. Soaking in the lagoon's warm, soothing waters can be an exhilarating experience, especially between June and August. Some of the best hotels in Iceland near the Blue Lagoo are Northern Light Inn and Hotel Volcano Grindavik. Another popular option is Vatnajökull National Park, the largest in the country. This park offers stunning landscapes formed by rivers, glacial ice, and natural phenomena, including volcanic and geothermal activity. The dominant features of the park are vast canyons, spectacular waterfalls, and lush wilderness. The park is busiest during summer when visitors flock to enjoy its thrilling outdoors. Finding cheap hotels in Iceland close to the park is well recommended. Some of the great options include Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon and Hali Country Hotel.

What cities in Iceland have the best nightlife?

If you are in Iceland for wild nightlife and food, Reykjavík is the place for you. The city may seem quaint and laidback during the day, but it comes to life once the sun goes down. During the night, the streets of downtown Reykjavík fill with party-hoppers and remain wild throughout the night. The city features several nightlife venues, from dancing clubs to bars, cafes, restaurants, and lounges. The venues are close as the city is relatively small, and they don't charge entry fees. Therefore, you can easily bar hop without any difficulties, making it easy for adventurous spirits. Also, the city boasts a vibrant, diverse culinary scene, featuring a plethora of dining options, from fine dining establishments to informal café services. Try out innovative seafood cuisine at Fish Markt or savor classic Icelandic delicacies with a contemporary twist at Apotek. For traditional Icelandic dishes, check out Matur og Drykkur, right at the heart of the city center. Some of the best hotels placing you within walking distance to the city's nightlife include Apotek Hotel by Keahotels and Kvosin Downtown Hotel.

What cities in Iceland are best for art and history?

If you seek to immerse yourself into Iceland's history, head to Reykjavík, where you can stay at hotels like Reykjavik Centrum. The city features various historical sites and attractions narrating the stories of the countries past. At the Saga Museum, you may discover much about the Norsemen and their effects on Icelandic history. The museum features exhibits that bring the Norsemen's early occupation of the region to life. You will encounter wax sculptures of these ferocious warriors and costumed Norsemen walking through the grounds. Another great historic site in the city is the National Museum of Iceland. The museum focuses on the Settlement Era, explaining the story of the chieftains and showcasing artifacts like swords, Viking drinking horns, and a bronze sculpture of Thor. Entry to the museum requires a small entry fee, and the museum is busiest between September and mid-April.

When is the least expensive time to stay in Iceland?

Visiting Iceland in March would make for the least expensive trip at just €54 per night on average. To save on your trip, avoid planning it during December, as this is the most expensive month on average.

Where do most people stay in Iceland?

There is little doubt that travellers enjoy various cities in Iceland, but the majority of travellers who visit Iceland tend to spend the most time in Reykjavik.

Which city in Iceland has the most expensive hotel rooms?

At €247 per night, Vik is the most expensive city in Iceland to book a hotel room in. The average cost of €247 is about 53% above the country's average price per night.

Which city in Iceland has the least expensive hotel rooms?

Snæfellsbær currently offers the lowest nightly rates of any city in Iceland at just €24; a price that is 73% lower than the average rate per night in Iceland.

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