Akureyri Hotel Edda

Iceland’s second city and “capital of the north”, Akureyri is a great base for touring the rugged northern coastline, with idyllic Lake Mývatn an hour by car and the Hrísey Island bird sanctuary is just a short ferry ride away. Nearby are Kjarnaskógur and Vaglaskógur woodlands and top salmon, trout and sea fishing. In early summer, the sight of the sun hovering over the horizon at midnight is unforgettable. The comfortable guestrooms offer a cozy bed, TV and telephone. The hotel’s restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner serving delicious cuisine.

  • Standard (Shared Facilities)Standard (Shared Facilities)
Standard (Shared Facilities)

Standard rooms are located in a charming old building featuring double or twin beds, wash basin and shared bathroom facilities. Amenities include: desk and chair and toiletries from Soley Organics.

  • Standard PLUSStandard PLUS
Standard PLUS

The Edda Plus guestrooms are bright and comfortable, with all the amenities you would expect, including private bathroom. Amenities include: desk and chair, TV and telephone, and toiletries from Soley Organics.

    Standard (Shared Facilities) w/Child

    Standard rooms are located in a charming old building featuring double or twin beds, wash basin and shared bathroom facilities. Amenities include: desk and chair and toiletries from Soley Organics.

      Standard PLUS w/Child

      The Edda Plus guestrooms are bright and comfortable, with all the amenities you would expect, including private bathroom. Amenities include: desk and chair, TV and telephone, and toiletries from Soley Organics.

        Akureyri Hotel Edda Restaurant

        The hotel has a Café and is open for breakfast and dinner.

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