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There’s only 37 rooms in total in this hotel and the rooms are spread out in different blocks.
One needs to drive to the main building that houses the restaurant and this is the only restaurant in Hali.
There’s no heater in the rooms but...More
I stayed at the Hali Country Hotel for 2 nights as part of a recent tour of the south coast of Iceland.
It's basically a motel of abut 30-40 rooms with a central restaurant which serves dinner and breakfast. The rooms are fairly basic but...More
Booked this as it was where our ice cave tour started from. Rooms clean and had most facilities - tea/coffee provided in small lounge area in bedroom block, but has limited tea options, and wasn't working at all in the morning. Restaurant is in another...More
We stayed in the newer building and had a window that faced the mountains and it was just beautiful! The bed was comfortable, very clean, flat screen TV worked great and even had a little sitting room with tea and snacks at the end of...More
I booked this accomdation primarily for its fantastic location to the glacier lagoon (7 minute drive), knowing my photographer Husband might loose track of time I wanted the closest hotel possible. We checked into the lower floor of an incredibly cute, bright yellow cottage, located...More
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We left very early for our ice cave tour. It takes roughly an hour and a half to get there. If you are leaving later in the morning expect to a lot of inconsiderate people around you. You will not be able to get great shots... More
We left very early for our ice cave tour. It takes roughly an hour and a half to get there. If you are leaving later in the morning expect to a lot of inconsiderate people around you. You will not be able to get great shots of the cave without 50 or so people in your picture.
We travelled to Hali Comfort Hotel in January this year - in a hired Toyota Landcruiser. We had no problems - weather was not that cold - so we didn't have to deal with snow or difficult conditions. But I don't think this... More
We travelled to Hali Comfort Hotel in January this year - in a hired Toyota Landcruiser. We had no problems - weather was not that cold - so we didn't have to deal with snow or difficult conditions. But I don't think this would have been a problem - may have slowed things down a bit
if it was snowing. We loved having our own car (we were seven) - it allowed us to drive to the glacier lagoon when we wanted - we drove out at night to see the Northern Lights - it was amazing! It is a long drive to do in one day, particularly if you stop at one or two waterfalls along the way - but completely doable - leave Reykjavik early in the morning. We stayed two night at Hali and then one night at Vik on the way back up to Reykjavik. We booked an ice cave tour separately from an operator that picked us up at Hali Hotel.