AddressFjorukrain - Viking Village, Strandgata 55, Hafnarfjordur HafnarfjördurSee nearby area
Lonely Planet review
This over-the-top Viking village has over 40 rooms and 14 turf-roofed cottages at the back. The 1st-floor rooms are wholly Viking in theme – battle-axe murals and all – while the top floor has traditional bed-and-board rooms.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Viking and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Hafnarfjörður.
Description provided by property
This Viking-themed hotel is housed in the same building as the West Nordic Culture House, in the seaside town of Hafnarfjordur. Parking, Wi-Fi and access to a sauna and hot tub are all free.
Décor and furnishings in Hotel Viking’s guest rooms are inspired from Iceland’s history and culture. Satellite TV and a coffee/tea maker are found in each room. Some also offer sea and harbour views.
Traditional, regional cuisine is served in the cosy Valhalla Restaurant. An old-fashioned Viking feast can be enjoyed in Viking Restaurant.
The Keflavik International Airport shuttle bus stops directly in front of Viking Hotel. Reykjavik’s city centre, 10 km away, can be reached in less than 15 minutes by bus.
Please let Hotel Viking know your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property.
Rates on this website are quoted in EUR. Guests will be charged at the hotel in ISK and the exchange rate from EUR to ISK will be calculated based on the daily exchange rate.
Please note that in case the bill is settled in local currency or by credit card, there might be a difference in the room rate due to the currency exchange rate changes.
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