Kea Hotels

Keahotels was established in 1999 when the company took over the restaurant in one of the currently Keahotels, Hotel Kea. In May 2000 Keahotels took over the whole operation of Hotel Kea and Hotel Harpa. Only two years later the Keahotels became five when Hotel Norðurland in Akureyri, Hotel Gigur in Lake Myvatn and Hotel Björk in Reykjavik where taken over. In the spring of 2005 Hotel Borg, one of the most elegant and historic hotels in Reykjavik became the sixth Keahotel.

Today the Keahotels are eight. Five of them are located in Reykjavik. They are Hotel Borg, Apotek Hotel, Reykjavik Lights, Skuggi Hotel and Storm Hotel. Hotel Kea and Hotel Nordurland are in Akureyri and Hotel Gigur is located in Lake Myvatn.

Welcome to Keahotels.

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Hotel Gigur

Hotel Gigur is situated in one of Iceland’s most popular and beautiful tourist attractions, on the southern shore of Lake Myvatn. The hotel has 37 comfortable rooms, all with private bathrooms. Hotel Gigur has magnificent dining rooms for up to 250 guests, with a fantastic view over the lake. Hotel guests and other diners can choose from a number of delectable meals from the a la carte menu. The hotel also has a bar and a lounge.

Storm hotel

Storm Hotel is a 93 room hotel in Reykjavik city centre offering stylish and comfortable quality accommodation. The hotel is located between Reykjavik’s main business district and Laugavegur shopping street.

Storm Hotel offers a Nordic-inspired designed combined with functionality, quality and style. Every guestroom has a sleek bathroom and an ultra-comfortable luxury bed as well as free Wireless internet connection.

 

 

Welcome to Storm Hotel.

 

 

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Fosshotel

Fosshotels are friendly, and personal hotel accommodations spread around the country.

Our hotels have a warm atmosphere with a variety of services, suitable for individual travellers and groups. Most of our hotels are open all year round while others have limited opening periods. Fosshotel is a non-smoking hotel chain.

At all Fosshotels, you can expect a good night’s sleep and a wonderful breakfast. Then, at the various hotels, there are special features depending on the location. We believe that the small things are really paramount, so we try to provide them to make your stay more comfortable and satisfying.

 

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Visit Reykjavík

Visit Reykjavík is the marketing office for the greater Reykjavík area, working closely with all the surrounding municipalities in promoting the area as a destination.

Visit Reykjavík runs the Official Tourist Information Centre in downtown Reykjavík. Visit Reykjavík promotes the city area through channels such as visitreyjavik.is, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Additionally, Visit Reykjavík offers the Reykjavík City Card for visitors. Furthermore, Visit Reykjavík operates and runs 5 of the largest festivals in Reykjavík, such as Winter Lights Festival, Children’s Cultural Festival, Culture Night, Illumination of the Peace Tower and December in Reykjavík.

Visit Reykjavík’s focus in development is to strengthen the brand Reykjavík Loves, in collaboration with the Reykjavík area municipalities; as well as using the Reykjavík City Card as a tool of destination management. Furthermore, the development focus is to re-enforce the Official Tourist Information Centre with emphasis on the brand, Reykjavík loves. Visit Reykjavík is also focusing on strengthening the cooperation with the foreign embassies in Iceland and the European City Marketing collaboration.

 

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