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Myself and my boyfriend stayed for a week. Upon arrival the centre looked quirky and presentable on the inside, an interesting building, from the outside it is quite unkept and run down. There is no buffet breakfast as stated on booking.com the kitchen is badly...More
On arrival, from the exterior, it was apparent that the place was in a poor state of repair.
On entering fears were well founded..there were many aspects that caused concern. The odour of the manager's cigarettes wafted throughout the building. Temporary repairs had been effected...More
We were greeted by Siggi the friendly manager and the initial impression was a very interesting building with plenty of space and books.
I was not impressed when in my bedroom I could write my name in the dust, it was generally grubby and during...More
Siggi managed to meet us on the road while we were trying to figure out where to go. Not sure how he knew we were looking for the Peace House! Decent place to stay...a few things could improve. I didn't have a pillow in for...More
Cool, unique spot near a sculpture garden. Very mellow and off the beaten path. The best thing about this place was the INNKEEPER SIGGI! After 2 days in Iceland there wasn't much contact with the locals, the only person that was generous enough with his...More
US$110 - US$189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, My husband and I are interested in staying at the Peace Center. This is our 1st time in Iceland and a little confused about accommodations. Are there rooms and baths we wouldn't have to share? I have stayed in hostels, but my husband would not go for it easily. What is the difference in a "Guest House" and a hostel? Thanks for info.
19 February 2017|
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If you book the superior room you have a bathroom next to it on a separate floor that normally nobody else uses.
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