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Viking Village Hotel Questions & Answers

Bath, United Kingdom

We are planning a trip to this hotel arriving boxing day to celebrate a 50th , 16th and 13th birthdays. Is the hotel very accommodating in helping celebrate birthdays.

over a year ago Answer

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Víkingur K
Reykjavik
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Dear Jane R,

I honestly recommend contacting the hotel via email (booking@vikingvillage.is) if there are any special requests/questions you might have. For an example, if you want a room with an ocean/city view, or just anything that comes to mind that could make your birthdays more enjoyable, we would gladly help you with that.

We have a hot tub and sauna which is free of charge for our guests.

We have restaurant which is open 18:00-22:00 sometimes we have entertainment there. I recommend asking us via email (booking@vikingvillage.is), what days the entertainment will be and let us know that you'll be celebrating your birthday. That way I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

Please note, that Hafnarfjörður is not like Reykjavik, it's much smaller. But there are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes all in 5-20 minute walking distance from the hotel.

I sincerely hope this helps.

Best regards,

The receptionist.

over a year ago
Redditch, United Kingdom
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Even though it is a very busy hotel I would have thought they could accommodate your request send them an e mail they all speak very good English

over a year ago
Isle of Arran, United Kingdom
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contact Hotel direct

over a year ago
Barnsley, United Kingdom
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I couldn't say for sure but the chap running the restaurant (and made my husband an honorary Viking) seemed focused on customer satisfaction i'm sure if you get in touch before they would be happy to help you all celebrate .

over a year ago
Huddersfield
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The hotel consists of a small reception desk (not always manned) a breakfast room, the hotel rooms and a bar come restaurant. The restaurant and bar are expensive because of the weak pound and also because Iceland is expensive.

We didn't eat in the restaurant so can't give you a definitive answer but all the staff were very friendly.

over a year ago
Newcastle, United Kingdom
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There was a wandering minstrel in the. Restaurant who no doubt oblige

over a year ago
essex
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Hi

Definitely not as it's more like a motel

The best parts of the hotel are the 10 log cabins they are nice

I watched an elderly chap try to take a coffee from the machine just after breakfast finished and the young lady ran over to turn the machine off

So no not very accommodating also this is on the outskirts with not many restaurants nearby

Hope that helps

over a year ago
Royersford, Pennsylvania
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There is a restaurant on the Hotel’s grounds, separate building. We ate at the restaurant and found the food very good. As the people at the hotel and the restaurant was very accommodating I would think they would be helpful. I would check with the hotel manager, very nice lady.

over a year ago
Royersford, Pennsylvania
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There is a restaurant on the Hotel’s grounds, separate building. We ate at the restaurant and found the food very good. As the people at the hotel and the restaurant was very accommodating I would think they would be helpful. I would check with the hotel manager, very nice lady.

over a year ago
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